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    Cookie Tray Book

    Every type cookie imaginable for the holiday cookie tray, or just because! A collection of bars, brownies, chews, drops, fudge, rolled, and squares with traditional classics for the Holiday Christmas Cookie Tray, Easter, Weddings, Valentine's, Halloween, and after school treats to be gobbled down with a glass of milk! Includes long-time treasured family favorites, as well as cookies waiting to be tried...
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    From Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book. A woman in my husband's office makes these for him at Christmas time. He just loves them.

    Recipe #103227

    This recipe is originally from McCall's magazine, over 20 years ago. The apricot filling is lovely, & worth the effort.

    Recipe #86796

    Recipe #5029

    These look like mini haystacks thus the name. Kids and adults love them. Very "Harvesty" when served on dish with the mini pumpkins or candy corn, etc.

    Recipe #39870

    Originally from "Better Homes and Gardens" magazine

    Recipe #5076

    89 Reviews |  By Bergy

    These balls are so quick and easy to make. They make a nice addition to the baked goodies that you give as gifts. Make these about a week before you want to serve them as they mellow and the sharp strong alcohol taste blends in more with the other ingredients. Store in a tin with a tight lid. This year I couldn't find the Vanilla wafers so I used chocolate and I like them even more. To form the balls I use two teaspoons as the dough is quite moist. I store them in the freezer - they don't go hard and they are so good ice cold

    Recipe #13214

    8 Reviews |  By BarbryT

    From Gourmet, October 2004. These are just wonderful. Some recommend adding a second teaspoon of fleur de sel at the very end "as the caramel is cooling so the crystals don't completely dissolve, providing the occasional salty crunch in the final product." Others recommend adding a teaspoon and a half of vanilla or a couple of tablespoons of dark rum. Or, someone suggested dipping in dark chocolate and sprinkling with fleur de sel. Very versatile. Perfect for holiday gifts. Cooking time includes two hours of cooling.

    Recipe #263984

    I know, I know... I thought the same thing. *lol* Domestic Blue cheese gives cookies a clean flavor, color and texture. Use less flour with a Stilton-style cheese and more flour with a French-style Roquefort.

    Recipe #341102

    1 Reviews |  By Nikoma

    These are a family favorite for the Holidays.

    Recipe #327656

    I made these for a Christmas party and they were so pretty on the holiday tray. I love the combination of white chocolate and raspberries. I am posting the recipe as I found it and am not sure of the number of cookies this will produce as written. I made these much smaller than the recipe states so I am estimating the yield.

    Recipe #202769

    At Christmas time we love to serve our visitors these tiny Christmas cakes, baked in muffin tins. They're easy to make, dark, moist and full of flavour. Start this recipe at least one day ahead as the fruit needs to soak overnight. Preparation time does not include this step.

    Recipe #105332

    I made this cookie last year for the holidays and everyone asked me to make it again this year.

    Recipe #272001

    Great recipe my mom got at her office! It's an easy way to get the delicious taste of a buckeye with a little less work. I usually keep these in the fridge to keep them from getting too soft or melted.

    Recipe #219436

    42 Reviews |  By winkki

    Originally from a peanut butter company, these no-bake treats are easy and oh-so-fun for the kiddos! :o)

    Recipe #87879

    From Marshalltown Iowa cookbook

    Recipe #48185

    My Great Grandmother brought this recipe with her from Scotland to Boston, MA in 1903. I learned how to make it from my Grandmother. To this day, we would not be caught without having this on hand during the Holidays. This recipe is not for the faint at heart. It is a labor of love. The hand kneading process can take up to 20 minutes (really) due to the ingredient ratios. The true keys to the success of this simple, rustic recipe are that the butter needs to be at room temperature (limp) and that you need to use the warmth of your hands to get the entire ball to a glistening stage. The flour needs to melt into the butter and sugar. You need to work it to the point that when cut in half, the interior of the ball glistens like the exterior. I know it sounds like a lot of work but the end results are well worth it. Put on some holiday music and share the process with people you love. Pass the ball around and take turns kneading it. Make some special Holiday memories with your family. I hope you enjoy making, eating and giving this shortbread as a small gift as much as we do... Enjoy!

    Recipe #299917

    A melt in your mouth mixture of dark chocolate,Scottish shortbread,and whisky, this is the easiest truffle recipe I've ever made...the Drambuie is subtle so if you prefer a strong taste of it, double the measurement.Chocolate should be 55-70% cocoa solids. This recipe is from "Scot's Cooking" by Sue Lawrence.

    Recipe #122062

    30 Reviews |  By JulieS

    This is an old favorite of my mothers. She made it every Christmas time. So it holds good memories for me. Besides, it's out of this world.

    Recipe #145346

    A FAMILY FAVORITE that is requested by my relatives each winter. They are pretty in gift boxes and are easy to make. Nothing is better than the combination of chocolate and peanut butter! Yield depends on size of ball you make.

    Recipe #342601

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    My son-in-law to be wanted this for x-mas cookies and it's been requested since. And now my son fights him for it. Option as in picture I posted-After baking brownies sprinkle cooked hot brownies with mint chips let melt then spread to make a even layer. Cool then slice.

    Recipe #48272

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