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    The Cookie Jar

    Telling someone to keep their hands out of the cookie jar is pretty much pointless. If the openings were larger, our heads would be in them.
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    What a nice change from oatmeal CHOCOLATE chip cookies. These ones use butterscotch chips!

    Recipe #63047

    I got this recipe from a novel I recently read. It's just a yummy cookie that kids especially love!

    Recipe #108475

    This was e-mailed to me the other day out of the blue from an old college friend. Sounds tempting enough to whip up right away! *Prep time is just an assumption.*

    Recipe #70567

    3 Reviews |  By dojemi

    These are the most fantastic cookies. They are gigantic so be sure to only place 6 on each baking sheet.

    Recipe #26102

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    One of my vices. If you eat these on a regular basis don't forget to visit your dentist!

    Recipe #108153

    These date squares are a childhood favorite.

    Recipe #87722

    These are very similar to those "butterball" Christmas cookies that I always remember around the holidays. However, these use CASHEWS, which really add a wonderful flavor! I made these for Christmas cookies in 2003, and they were, by far, everyone's favorite!

    Recipe #85646

    Iv'e had this recipe for years and I am not even sure where I got it, but this cookie is so tasty just one WON'T do.

    Recipe #107091

    I found this recipe in a local church cookbook. If you like a softer cookie bar, then this is the recipe for you! A definite crowd and family pleaser. I frequently give out this recipe. Also a great midnight snack IF there are any left!

    Recipe #100666

    These are wonderful and oh so chocolaty! The toffee adds a really nice flavor to the cookies, too. These are big cookies--probably 4" diameter. So, you can make them smaller if you prefer. Prep time doesn't include time to chill dough.

    Recipe #60439

    4 Reviews |  By Nana RJ

    This is truly a different type of cookie. When mixed with a plate full of cookies at a luncheon, these disappeared first and my guests all went home with the recipe.

    Recipe #106960

    These cookies melt in your mouth. The pudding makes the texture so smooth and delicious. It's funny, these cookies were originally suppossed to be made with vanilla pudding, but I made a mistake and put in chocolate pudding and they were wonderful! If you're in the mood for chocolate then makes sure to use chocolate pudding instead of vanilla!

    Recipe #78350

    31 Reviews |  By najwa

    Colored sugar to top cookies with, or roll them in .. sometimes I use it to top muffins when I make them for kids .. I usually use coarse sugar, and it works well ..

    Recipe #79278

    This sensational sugar cookie is one that I found in "Taste of Home". The combination of extracts and the addition of cream cheese make them the tastiest and tenderest of treats! I was always a "cookie klutz" when it came to cut-out cookies, but with a few chef tricks up my sleeve and a darn good recipe, I made some cookies last Christmas that looked and tasted as if they came from the bakery. The frosting is from my Good Housekeeping cookbook. The recipe may seem long but that's because I've added some notes along the way. They're really very easy to make! I'll definitely be baking them again this season, so Santa won't be skipping my house-naughty or not!

    Recipe #100944

    When I see a holiday cookie platter, I usually grab the powdery snowball cookie first cuz it's my favorite. This was the recipe my grandma used for as long as I could remember, and I think they're the best I've had! I make them now, but yummy as they are, I must admit I enjoyed them much more when grandma was here to bake them for us.

    Recipe #104837

    5 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is from Fine Cooking. These are so buttery, crisp and delicious! The key to the crispness is the ratio of more white sugar than brown, the proportion of butter to the rest of the ingredients, and the fact that the butter and egg are at room temperature (the butter is soft). Edited 5/22/06: I added tips in step 10 and 11 to help make sure they turn out thin and crispy. Another tip might be to warm the cookie sheet before adding the dough (I don't do this, though). Maybe the tips will help. As you can see in the picture, mine come out thin, and I think they're very buttery and crispy. Chocolate chip cookies were first served at the Tollhouse Inn in Massachusetts.

    Recipe #84067

    This recipe is quick, easy, dries hard and shiny and tastes good too. I originally got if from Allrecipes.

    Recipe #64015

    Clever cinnamon-bun cookies that taste like a cross between cinnamon toast and the ever-popular mall-bought dessert! Very addictive! Serve along with my Perfect Cream Cheese Frosting for dunking.

    Recipe #86195

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