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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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    I have to make this for school and was surprised that it wasn't listed here yet.

    Recipe #168408

    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

    Perfect for my roll- out cookies or any other of your favorites.

    Recipe #19649

    A variation of Kellog's Rice Krispies Treats Original recipe. Just the added dash of vanilla and almond extracts makes these scrumptious!

    Recipe #19556

    This recipe makes delicious little fudge squares that would be excellent on a holiday cookie tray. They are SWEET but really flavorful. Perfect as small squares. If you like Chocolate and Cherries this recipe is for you. The candy bar was originally called Cherry Chase, and then Cherry Chaser, before becoming known as Cherry Mash. It can be found throughout the Midwest in most grocery and convenience stores and mass-merchandise outlets. I made them with pecans b/c I did not have peanuts and they were still delicious. I found the cherry chips at our Super Walmart next to the chocolate chips.

    Recipe #190639

    I'm posting this recipe in response to a request. It would be great for decorating holiday cookies! Thank you "Family Fun" magazine!

    Recipe #63718

    This is a quick put-together frosting that I found in a cookie cookbook. You don't have to wait for the butter or margarine to soften before you make it so you can make it on a whim and it spreads on nice and thick without that store bought taste. I also like the way you don't have to wait all night for it to harden up. Easy ingredients makes it a real keeper!

    Recipe #99708

    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

    3 Reviews |  By Jaylee

    I made the Pound Cake Cookies also listed on this site, which were said to be like Lofthouse cookies. Thus, I wanted a frosting to match and this is what I came up with. It's not an exact match, but I think it is pretty good. It's not really for "decorated" cut out cookies, but more a schmear for plain round ones. Add sprinkles for fun & crunch! (It makes exactly enough to generously frost the large 25 cookies I got from the Pound Cake Cookie recipe.)

    Recipe #226371

    I have been making ever since my son was small and even though my son is all grown up now they are still requested --- these bars are best if eaten the same day.

    Recipe #72608

    So called, because there is a piece of caramilk bar hidden in the middle of each cookie. I've adapted the recipe from Canadian Living. The picture was taken while they were still warm.

    Recipe #113050

    Make one of your favorite candy bars at home!

    Recipe #70274

    This is a quick and easy sugar cookie perfect for your favorite cutout cookies.

    Recipe #82945

    17 Reviews |  By Leta

    My dad brought this recipe home from the Navy nearly 50 years ago. I have been making them since I could stand on a chair by the stove and stir. The peanut butter in this recipe makes these cookies a little different than similar recipes I've seen here.

    Recipe #43061

    19 Reviews |  By ciao

    Fast, easy, and so yummy! I had a brownie mix to use up, and my 4 year old was sick and needed a pick me up. Thank you Duncan Hines! These would be great for kids to make. Just 5 ingredients, and you've got great chocolate-chocolate chip cookies. And don't forget the ice cold milk to have with these!

    Recipe #90683

    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

    Using unsweetened chocolate gives these treats a really chocolate-y taste. The marshmallows add plenty of sweetness to offset the unsweetened chocolate. I made these every year for my students, cutting them into owl shapes, and they would gobble them up! If you want to go chocolate all the way, use Cocoa Rice Krispies.

    Recipe #140025

    Add an adult twist to a childhood favorite!

    Recipe #223875

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