This cookbook consists of all different kinds of cookie recipes. Please note that I have separate cookbooks for the following types of cookies:
1.) Chocolate Chip
2.) Peanut Butter
These are chocolate cookies with just the right amount of mint! These cookies usually pleasantly surprise people when they have never had them before. I can only find the green bags of Andes mint baking chips at Wal Mart, and I usually stock up on them, because this is fast becoming our friends' and is already one of my husband's favorite type of cookies. This recipe also doubles well.
This is a Hannah Swensen recipe direct from The Cookie Jar in Lake Eden, Minnesota to you! If you want to change these up a little you can also put a small nugget of chocolate in the center of the balls!
This is another Hannah Swensen recipe direct from The Cookie Jar in Lake Eden, Minnesota to you! These cookies freeze well and since the recipe makse so many you might want to do just that. Roll them up in foil, place the rolls in a freezer bag, and they will last up to 3 months!
This is a Hannah Swensen recipe direct from The Cookie Jar in Lake Eden, Minnesota to you. If you want to make these cookies taste slightly different instead of water use coffee. Also if you don't like walnuts you can use pecans instead!
History of these cookies goes back to Renaissance times. It is traditional Croatian Christmas cookie. We usually use wooden mould with various characters. You can buy these moulds in Croatia, but I do not think you can purchase anywhere else. These cookies are also a traditional souvenir and if you are flying Croatia airlines I am sure you will get one cookie ï¿½ just one, it is airplane catering what do you expect (this is not a commercial!).
This recipe is from an OLD betty crocker cookbook and is my absolute favorite Christmas cookie. My MIL sends a batch every year and is one of my favorite things of the season. DO NOT overbake these or they will become so hard that you might need to have dental work done (lol) If the cookies are too hard she suggests placing them in an airtight container with an apple slice. I did not include chilling time in the recipe.
This is a Hannah Swensen recipe direct from The Cookie Jar in Lake Eden, Minnesota to you :) Also note if you can't find the cranberries or want to try something different you can substitute any chopped dried fruit like dates, apricots or peaches! Also this recipe makes a ton of cookies, they freeze well if you roll them in foil and put them in a freezer bag.