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    My grandma was born in West Virginia and loved old fashion candies. This is one of my grandma's favorites that my mom and I would make for her. Grandma preferred her potato candy with a grape jelly filling. *You may need to use up to 3 lbs of powdered sugar.

    Recipe #323449

    6 Reviews |  By Kay14

    This recipe was passed down through the generations from my Great Grandmother. It has been a tradition in our family to make them every Christmas and it becomes an all-day event where we make cookies all morning and decorate them all afternoon. The recipe is pretty simple and the most time-consuming part of the process is decorating, especially when you're in my family and it becomes an artistic competition!

    Recipe #277848

    A holiday favorite in my house - another one of my grandma's recipes. I use the star pattern of a cookie press to make the wreaths. I shape them into circles then decorate them with sprinkles and candied red cherries which stands in for the bow. What's great about this recipe is that you can modify it to your likes, change the color or press out different cut outs such as trees. NOTE: When measuring out your flour make sure your flour is sifted first, then measure out 3 1/2 cups.

    Recipe #491782

    Traditional European Christmas cookie. Eat-em-by-the-handful. Bagged attractively they make nice gifts. But be sure to make enough for the family. They keep well in a cool place. Make an ice-cream bucketful of each kind, and you can enjoy them well into February.

    Recipe #491107

    I make these for my dad all the time, he generally burns his tongue on them because he can't wait to taste them! I got this recipe from the Betty Crocker Cookbook.

    Recipe #176092

    Delicious crescent shaped cookies. Hungarian cookies. Very Good and you can use any kind of jam or preserves as the filling.

    Recipe #267860

    I started making brownies from scratch a couple of years ago and this one is easy and yummy. :) It is a versatile recipe! I put a variety of different chips or nuts in or on top of it. I use it for any recipe that calls for brownies.\

    Recipe #235379

    I grew up with these being served at teatime. This is the simple way my grandmother made them

    Recipe #488135

    Light and very tasty! These cookies were made by my mother, and much loved by my family. You can either make them with green food coloring, or you can put the meringue mixture in a pastry bag that you have put three lines of red food coloring in, and pipe them onto the cookie sheet, and then they look like little peppermints (I leave out the chips when doing this).

    Recipe #272563

    19 Reviews |  By Julie*

    I have made these numerous times and have been asked for the recipe every time I have made them. They are one of the best things I have ever had and they freeze beautifully.

    Recipe #93539

    If you like lemon and you like cookies, this recipe is for you! I discovered it on Pinterest and it won the "Top Cookie Award" on an LDS food blog. I've been baking and making cookies for 40 years and haven't stumbled upon a better cookie than this one. It's very refreshing and light, but the texture is what really makes this cookie stand out. Crunchy on the outside and just the right chewy softness on the inside. Wonderful!

    Recipe #473806

    4 Reviews |  By Manami

    Paula's Home Cooking, Episode: Winter Warmers. These were enjoyed by all! Many different layers of taste.

    Recipe #206967

    My grandmother's recipe for vegan brownies. She says she gave them to a bunch of her friends, and none of them ever guessed that they were vegan. They must be good!

    Recipe #172138

    2 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Team up two familiar treats—a rich chocolate brownie and a chewy coconut macaroon—and indulge in a decadent sweet.

    Recipe #312749

    These melt in your mouth cookies will please everyone. They can either be baked and dry on the outside or refrigerated and moist through and through.

    Recipe #487630

    Santa's helpers can make this for any children, teens or adults who need coal in their stocking. Or it can just be a humorous offering at a Christmas party or dinner. Be sure to use the black icing color, not just cocoa crispies...otherwise you will have reindeer patties.

    Recipe #487631

    The final dough will be slightly softer than most cookie dough. For the best results, handle the dough as briefly and gently as possible when shaping the cookies. Overworking the dough will result in flatter cookies.

    Recipe #487000

    Macaroons must be baked on parchment paper. They will stick to an ungreased sheet and spread on a greased one. You need a slightly less stiff dough if piping the macaroons, so add water, as needed, to make a pipeable paste.

    Recipe #487001

    Either Dutch-processed or natural cocoa works well in this recipe. These brownies are very rich, so we prefer to cut them into small squares for serving.**Take out Espresso if you want just chocolate brownies.

    Recipe #486983

    So good and easy to make! My siblings and I made huge batches of these cookies Sunday afternoons, and they were usually gone by Tuesday! The time for boiling the mixture is listed at 5 minutes, but if you cook it a little less, the cookies are chewier.

    Recipe #106005

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