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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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    Another twist on the good old "Rice Krispie Treats" but much easier and much yummier according to my family. I made these for camping last summer and they disappeared in no time around the campfire. These make terrific chocolatey, chewy, last minute, throw together bars for any occasion. Please note that cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #113061

    6 Reviews |  By Lawsome

    One of the best cookies I've had. Got great reviews from my family!

    Recipe #229859

    This recipe is a favorite from the Pillsbury Bake-off. It is a simple cookie recipe that always pleases my family. It is also much more economical than buying those sprinkle cookies from the grocery store.

    Recipe #93732

    I love this recipe because it got me an "A" one week in my "Newspaper In Classroom" class back in high school. If we made a recipe we found in the newspaper, and the teacher liked it, he'd grade us well. My teacher's questionable grading practices aside, this is a great recipe!

    Recipe #91934

    I love these cookie bars, could eat a whole pan in one sitting. The raspberry preserves taste just right in this recipe, but while eating them I fantasize about trying them out with blueberry.

    Recipe #88383

    24 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Easy summer dessert from Kraft. I actually made these as blackberry, rather than blueberry, and substituted a 21-ounce can of blackberry pie filling I had on hand for the jam and the blueberries.

    Recipe #125735

    Fresh strawberries and chocolate baked in a delicious oatmeal batter that bakes out crispy on the outside and chewy inside. These are really big cookies! You can also cut the strawberries in quarters, depending on how large your berries are, also these oatmeal cookies are still delicious without using the strawberries.

    Recipe #121747

    Easy, quick, moist, gooey blondies! No matter how complicated or nice a dessert I make, my husband's friends always request this one. From the Alabama Chapter of the Bell South Pioneers. Edited to add: Just like chocolate chip cookies, they will firm up as they cool. Don't cut them or take them out of the pan until they are cool.

    Recipe #221953

    A must try. The butter and brown sugar give the cookies a caramel-like taste that is pure heaven when paired with the apricots and white chocolate. Source: The Neighborhood Bakeshop by Jill Van Cleave

    Recipe #26712

    These are very good and pretty simple. I've served them instead of pumpkin pie for a large group. Also nice for potlucks.

    Recipe #219105

    The title says it all: these are rice krispies candy bars kicked up with chocolate and caramel. "Yum-mo" as Rachael would say! The recipe comes from Chocolatier magazine.

    Recipe #177862

    We love the Food Network show "Ham on the Street" in an episode we watched Chef made Rice Krispies squares with coffee on the trunk of a NYC cab with a hot plate. We decided to try them, in the kitchen of course, and they were SUPER! What a great change from the average krispie treat! NOTE: This is a recipe that I inherited from the Zaar Account and it has been drawn to my attention that the origonal recipe contains 10 oz of marshmellows, and that 16 oz might make it a little sticky. Since this hasn't been a problem so far with most reviewers and indeed some had success when adding even more marshmellow, I won't change the ingredients as stated but will mention it here in the description. I think that maybe the brand of Marshmellow you use might make a difference ? I have also added Chocolate as an optional extra for drizzling over the top, but quantity given is a "guess-timate" becuase personal preference in how thick you wish to make it, is everything!

    Recipe #153590

    This recipe is VERY rich, but very delicious

    Recipe #114943

    I found this recipe while surfing the web, in a moment of madness, and found this raspberrydelicious recipe. Cake mix, raspberries and cream cheese in wonderful bar recipe. Yes the raspberry preserves are listed twice.

    Recipe #100983

    These cookies are a HUGE hit and never last long. Another winner from "Emeril's There's a Chef in My Soup! Recipes for the Kid in Everyone" (2002). We bought this book for our children when they were younger, and it played a key role in their now blooming passions for food and cooking. Of course, the apple never falls too far from the tree! :D You'll notice that the directions are written with children in mind, which makes this a wonderful recipe for beginner chefs! Enjoy!!

    Recipe #223761

    Add an adult twist to a childhood favorite!

    Recipe #223875

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