Butter, flour and sugar are the main components of these blue Christmas butter biscuits. After you eat these biscuits, your Christmas will not be blue!


Dear readers, do you know what day is today? Yes, this is the second day of Lord Byron’s 24 Christmas biscuits, but it is also something else. Yes, today is Ping An Night, and it is also known as Tab’s Christmas Eve!

Tib’s Eve is likely to have never heard of it, if so, it doesn’t matter. Tibb ‘S EVE is not a nationwide or global festival like Christmas. Tabo’s night originated from the south coast of Newfoundland, and it is still widely celebrated.

It has not extended outside the island, and only people know it through Newfoundland.


Tibb ‘S EVE is sometimes called Tipsy EVE, which is a celebration held on December 23, and is widely recognized in the province. This kind of carnival began at some time in the mid -20th century, when it was the first night of the coming, it was just a drink.

The coming festival is a serious religious festival of the year. Traditionally, people have to drink until Christmas earlier. This day became an excuse for drinking two days ago.


Few people feel melancholy while on vacation on Newfoundland. Christmas is welcomed by young people and elderly people, and almost everyone celebrate Christmas. Family and friends gathered at Christmas together, giving each other a small gift, eating, drinking, and fun, but more importantly, these are legends many years ago. The best Christmas in my life spent in Newfoundland!

Speaking of blue, look at these blue Christmas butter biscuits! Similarly, they are not blue, but like most Christmas biscuits, sprinklers always make the biscuits look more festive. John bought 4 packs of Wilton’s blue candy dandruff. I know this is very suitable for cream biscuits.

This song may be one of my favorite Christmas songs. Although many artists have recorded this song, none of them can be comparable to the version released by Elvis Presley in 1957. This song is about a great song during the holidays, but it is still a great song!

I often want to know where these things come from, and the word blue Christmas is no exception. Well, a song, yes, but is there anything else? I remember my grandfather stood by my mother and said, “Today is the blue Christmas”, but I don’t know what this means. ) I dare not ask him because he scared me! That was another story.

The blue Christmas is a season for the longest night. On this day, some churches held a ceremony to commemorate those who lost their loved ones. Traditionally, the holy meal is part of the worship of this day. This day falls around December 21, the winter solstice.


I think we are now ignoring the Christmas tradition and the meaning and origin of things like blue Christmas. I know I have a 15 -year -old daughter. She does not like the tradition and celebration of Christmas like me. She likes food and gifts, but tradition is not so important to her. I really hope that with the growth of her age, it will change.


I remember that Christmas was celebrated for a long time. The decoration never hangs up prematurely, but the Christmas light in the house was on the first week of December. My classmates and I will be busy memorizing the lines a few weeks in advance and prepare for the school’s Christmas activities.


There is a Christmas song club in the church; there are also dinner with Santa Claus in the city hall; I can’t forget that people in the town participated in the Santa parade before Christmas last Saturday. Oh, and the annual Santa Claus throw candies, he stood behind a small tank! Those days are amazing, and I will never forget it!


Dear reader, what about you? What are your best Christmas memories? Do you remember some celebrations and traditions of childhood? Share your story with me; I want to listen!

During this period, I will leave you the recipes of these blue Christmas butter biscuits. Hope you can like it!



> 14 ounce sweet milk


> 1.5 cup of butter, softened

> 3 cups of flour

> 4.5 teaspoon soak

> 1 cup of sugar




1. Use the blender to hit the butter until soft.

2. Add alcohol, make the butter, and stir well.

3. Add flour and film flour. Add the avocado mixture and mix well.

4. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 30 minutes.

5. At the same time, preheating oven to 325 degrees. Wrap the baking sheet with pine leather paper. spare. Finally, sprinkle these in a shallow bowl for rolling noodles. (If you use more than one sprinkler, each one must be used with a separate bowl.)

6. Take out the dough from the refrigerator and scoop out 1 tablespoon of dough with a small spoon. Roll it into a smooth ball, and then roll it into powder.


7. Put the sweet cake on the baking sheet, and leave a 2 -inch space between each small sweet cake.

8. Bake for 12 minutes. Take it out of the oven and transfer it to the metal wire cooling rack for 2-3 minutes to complete the cooling rack.


Calories: 120kcal | carbohydrate: 13g | protein: 1g | fat: 6g | Saturated fat: 4g | cholesterol: 18mg | sodium: 61mg | Potassium: 78mg | Fiber: 0g | Sugar: 7g | Vitamin C | Vitamin C | Vitamin C : 0.3% | calcium: 4.3% | Iron: 2.3%