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    C is for Cookie!!!

    Cookies are what I do best, so I'm always in the market for new ideas. These are recipes that have caught my attention, and are on my to-do list!
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    2 Reviews |  By Potluck

    I've been making these wonderfully light cookies since 1964. I found the recipe in a old Robin Hood Flour cook Book.

    Recipe #147631

    This is adapted from marthastewart.com. This is an amazing cookie dough--it is so easy to work with, roll out and cut into shapes. Also extremely flavorful--I especially love the addition of freshly ground black pepper! I added a bit more ginger and cloves, since we love spicy gingerbread. I did cut these into snowflake shapes.

    Recipe #147322

    3 Reviews |  By pansies

    Gingery! Yeah! Original found in Canadian Homemakers Magazine in 1999.

    Recipe #126363

    This recipe will make two pans of the most delicious flaky buttery shortbread and may I add these travel well for shipping ;-) --- using a food processor insures that you will have a very tender flaky cookie, plus they take only minutes to make, these may be made up to 2 weeks in advance and store at room temperature in an airtight container, but they won't last that long lol! and they only get better with time! If you are using unsalted butter then increase the salt to 1/4 teaspoon --- make certain to slice the cookies while it is still warm and then cool completely --- while the baked cookie dough is still warm you can cut into small shapes or circles if desired --- you will *love* these!

    Recipe #147093

    We love this recipe. Great copycat of the original GS cookie.(Prep time allows for time needed to toast coconut in the oven).

    Recipe #37459

    Nothing goes better together like orange and chocolate. These soft drop cookies are a scrumptious blend of those two flavours.

    Recipe #112194

    This is a better version of a granola cookie recipe. It uses Sucanat (an unrefined sweetener--you can find it at Wegmans or at health food stores) and Hemp Plus granola, which is a lighter granola with puffs in it, and flaxseed. (Don't worry, it's safe to eat, even for children). These cook up light and airy, and taste heavenly. Note: they're a little less healthy if you eat the whole batch...*burp*

    Recipe #113158

    My DH loves amaretti, I haven't tried this recipe yet but hope it will be a favorite. It come from the Joy of Baking. After reading the review I added the choice of Amaretto or almond extract.

    Recipe #123582

    my aunt sent me the recipe because i had no flour and needed to make a lot of cookies this has almost everything you could find in your kitchen in it

    Recipe #124822

    10 Reviews |  By LizCl

    Easy to make and delicious. Children love them.

    Recipe #120903

    This was originally a salted peanut cookie recipe. I didn't have everything on hand for them so I adjusted a few things and came up with these.

    Recipe #126206

    A delicious cookie recipe!

    Recipe #121541

    my husband loves cashews and these cookies fit the bill

    Recipe #126204

    These cookies are soft and very addictive, the pecans is what gives these cookies their special something. Found this recipe on another e-zine. The family favourite for chocolate chip cookies !

    Recipe #57889

    Amazingly soft, delicious cookies! When I made this, I used Ghirardelli chocolate and was just short on the called-for amount of pecans. The dough was really hard after refrigerating overnight, and I found it easier to roll it into balls by hand rather than the ice cream scoop. I adopted this recipe after its original poster, Mean Chef, departed the site. Mean posted the recipe on Feb 12, 2003.

    Recipe #53892

    Originally from "1001 Cookie Recipes"

    Recipe #117

    This is an adopted recipe originally posted by MeanChef. I haven’t made this yet but I plan to soon.

    Recipe #75756

    4 Reviews |  By L DJ

    These are yummy and quick to make. I buy bananas while on sale, let them ripen, then freeze them in their own skins. when I am ready to use them I just thaw and pop them right out of their skins

    Recipe #27790

    I fill my cookie jar frequently with these delicious cookies. They're a perfect treat for an afternoon cup of coffee or to tuck into a loved one's lunch. If you don't care for raisins, these cookies are equally good without them.

    Recipe #37398

    1 Reviews |  By Dorel

    This recipe originated on the back of a Kellogg's Corn Flakes box years ago. A good way to use up any extra cornflakes you have hanging around. I just made these yesterday and got 45 cookies.

    Recipe #101058

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