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    Fri Oct 24, 2003 4:56 pm Groupie

    I think these are my absolute favorite cookies.
    Fri Oct 24, 2003 5:11 pm Groupie
    Jeanette G
    Fri Oct 24, 2003 5:39 pm Groupie
    I always get requests by my husband, friends and co-workers to make this cookie recipe. It's so simple and taste heavenly!

    Surprise Kisses#46689[/url]
    Vicki G.
    Fri Oct 24, 2003 5:42 pm Groupie
    love4culinary wrote:
    I want to go ahead and make a list of the christmas cookies i plan to make.

    SO......... give me your best recipes... I make a BUNCH of cookies every year to give away... and i make new kinds every year icon_smile.gif I cant wait!!!!

    Ruby's Fruitcake Cookies

    If I only could make one Christmas cookie this would be the one. It is a bit labor intensive (cutting the fruit and baking) but it is a great 'give-away' cookie... especially considering the recipe makes approximately 360 cookies !!! and they can be made ahead of time and frozen.

    I always give a mixture of cookies but this is the one that gets the compliments.
    Jenny Sanders
    Fri Oct 24, 2003 10:55 pm Groupie
    Hey, Love4culinary;

    I was reminded in another of your posts that you do better without dairy procducts, so I want to mention that the following recipes are dairy-free, in case you would like to eat any of them yourself icon_biggrin.gif :

    Moderate Madeleines
    Dairy Free Brownies

    Chocolate-Peanut Crisp Bars
    Chocolate Almond Crisps
    Fri Oct 24, 2003 11:28 pm
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    Oh My Chocolate Bark recipe #49326
    Three Not So Blind Micerecipe #47819 so cute
    Chocolate Dipped Krispy Peanut Butter Balls recipe #47637 These are made for my DH
    Chocolate Surprise Drops recipe #47643This I make with the left over chocolate from dipping the cookies
    Chocolate Chip & Dipped Almond Fingers recipe #72118An updated version of recipe #47545
    Chrusciki- Bow Knots recipe #56742 Lots of work but worth it
    Creme de Menthe Balls recipe #55227
    Walnut Crescents recipe #50963 My Granma`s recipe
    Cinnamon Chip Apple Cookies recipe #48976
    Fudgey Minty Brownies recipe #48272 these are made for my son
    Almond Fingers recipe #47545 My DH favorites
    Pineapple brown sugar cookies recipe #47625 Everyone likes these. festive icon_exclaim.gif
    Angela hope you enjoy these. icon_wink.gif
    Fri Oct 24, 2003 11:57 pm Groupie
    Neopolitan Cookies.. recipe #47503
    layered choc, van, straw
    Shawn C
    Sat Oct 25, 2003 12:13 am Groupie
    I made peppermint patties one year.

    I got some white chocolate morsels and melted them down and put in crushed up star brite peppermint candies in it. place spoonfulls on waxed paper until hardened then dip in melted chocolate morsels that are melted.

    (tip you need to add some shortening to the morsels to get them "creamy". You can even do it in the microwave.)

    for added treat make them on a stick (popsicle or whatever) like lollipops.

    my mother in law makes these simple treats by melting chocolate cihps and putting in peanuts (or almonds or what ever nuts you like) then placing on waxed paper until hardened. they are so good!

    Another thing you could try is peanut brittle: I have posted the recipe but it is in submission process still so here it is.
    peanut brittle
    2 c sugar
    1/2 c hot water
    1 c light corn syrup
    1 lb shelled roasted peanuts
    1/2 t baking soda
    Sauce pan:on low heat cook water, sugar and syrup until spins threads when spoon is lifted. Add peanuts , cook until brown, add baking soda. Pour into greased cookie sheet let harden at room temperature.
    heather in Ont,
    Sat Oct 25, 2003 12:44 am Groupie
    This became our favourite last year.

    Cherry Cardamon Cookies recipe #73763
    William (Uncle Bill) Anat
    Sat Oct 25, 2003 9:47 am Groupie
    Hi love4culinary;
    This recipe has been a Christmas favorite for umteen years:
    "Uncle Bill"
    Sat Oct 25, 2003 11:25 am Groupie
    Be on the lookout for one of my absolute favorites, Black Pepper Butter Cookies, which I submited but it hasn't posted yet.

    Here are some of my favorites already on Zaar:

    RitaL's Pineapple brown sugar cookies recipe #47625 (I used pineapple jam for the filling) - these were so good, they became THE one recipe I added to my permament holiday cookie list. I only add one or two recipes to the permanent list every year and they have to be good enough to bump something else already on that list to my secondary cookie list. They were great cookies!

    Unchilled Spritz Cookie Dough recipe #49250
    Iced Italian Cookies recipe #22989
    Chinese 5-Spice Oatmeal Cookies recipe #41788
    Sat Oct 25, 2003 1:35 pm Groupie
    Hi! Here are three of my favorite holiday cookie recipes:

    Butter Cookies
    Hungarian Nut Cookies
    Candy Cane Cookies

    Have fun! ---Martha icon_razz.gif
    Sun Oct 26, 2003 10:26 am Groupie
    Christmas is my favourite time of year; I could practically write a book about holiday cooking and baking! icon_biggrin.gif

    Here is my absolute number-one recommendation; I hope you have a food processor! This one is not only easy, but absolutely delectable!!

    Lennie's Special Shortbread
    Sun Oct 26, 2003 10:32 am Groupie
    Oh, who am I kidding? I have more recipes to recommend..... icon_lol.gif

    I hope this link works:

    All of Lennie's Christmas Cookies
    Sun Oct 26, 2003 9:25 pm Groupie
    it worked, lennie!

    Both I and my cookbook have put on a few pounds just looking through your list. icon_biggrin.gif
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