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Track Santa with the Norad Santa Tracker and Bake Him Some of These Fabulous Cookies

Santa’s coming to your town and your house tonight! Santa has already began his 24-hour flight of delivering presents to all the children of the world. You can track his progress on Norad. Norad is able to track Rudolph’s nose by satellite to determine where Santa is at any given time. However, Santa has no flight plan, so they don’t know where he will be and when. By looking at previous years, they think he usually arrives on Christmas eve sometime between 9 and midnight, but if the children of the house are awake, he skips the home and comes back later in the night. So let’s all try to get our little ones to bed early tonight, so Santa only has to make one stop. And don’t forget, Santa’s going to be expecting your best cookies when he arrives at your home. Here are some of our favorite Santa cookie recipes at the Family Kitchen:

Pictures above are Snicker’s Filled Sugar Cookies

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Classic Sugar Cookies

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Gingerbread Snowflakes

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Christmas Tree Spritzer Cookies

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Stained Glass Cookies

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Lady Gaga Gingerbread

Skinny GingerBread Men

Gingerbread Cookies that Perch on the Edge of a Mug

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