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    Heavenly is all I can say!! I had these cookies on a trip many years ago while staying at a Doubletree Hotel (they left one on each pillow each day after cleaning the rooms) and always thought they were "THE BEST" chocolate chip cookies I had ever eaten! I have searched High and Low for a recipe for anything similar to what I had eaten at the Doubletree and recently found this recipe (unfortunately I can't remember where I got the recipe from)and have made them several times since. They are a little more time-consuming than regular chocolate chip cookies but well worth the extra time! This recipe makes extra large cookies. I'm not sure as to the exact prep time and I don't always chill the dough overnight) From Even More Top Secret Recipes.

    Recipe #48943

    Perfect for those after school or late night snacks.

    Recipe #21770

    This is an easy recipe that produces a tart and soft cookie. I believe that it was clipped from a Taste of Home magazine several years ago.

    Recipe #77971

    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

    Remember those flat peanut butter bars you used to get in your school cafeteria lunches? Well, here they are!

    Recipe #28201

    My mom used to make these every Christmas for us when I was growing up, and they bring back special memories for me, especially around the holidays. We have been eating these for 50 years! These are my all time FAVORITE cookies :) They make a lot of cookies, and the amount really depends on how thick you actually roll the dough, and how thin or thick you cut the cookies. The cooking time is for EACH batch of cookies, and the prep time does not include time to chill dough.

    Recipe #271158

    12 Reviews |  By *Z*

    This is a little different than the other smores bars I checked out, so I thought I would post it. I haven't made it yet.

    Recipe #180649

    Sweeten up any graduation celebration with these clever grad caps.

    Recipe #169141

    I cut this from the Winnipeg Free Press Food section on February 25, 2004 and decided to post it here for safe keeping! I plan to try this soon! Cook time does not include the 1 hour chill time for the dough.

    Recipe #85600

    9 Reviews |  By Karamia

    These pb sandwich cookies are very yummy and so easy to make. For a softer cookie, bake on a "lighter" colored pan as opposed to a dark baking pan. This recipe comes from a December Family Circle magazine from a few years back.

    Recipe #200331

    I made these for a Christmas party and they were so pretty on the holiday tray. I love the combination of white chocolate and raspberries. I am posting the recipe as I found it and am not sure of the number of cookies this will produce as written. I made these much smaller than the recipe states so I am estimating the yield.

    Recipe #202769

    9 Reviews |  By Bayhill

    These cookies are so easy to make because there is no baking. I always include these on my Christmas cookie tray that I take to work, and they are one of the first to disappear.

    Recipe #142063

    9 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This is one of those "I've been meaning to try" recipes, so if you do try them, let me know what you think.

    Recipe #217476

    9 Reviews |  By Mirj

    My friend Judy Montagu has a cooking column in the local English paper (I may have mentioned that before). Baking well without margarine has become something of a holy grail here in Israel, and we're always on the lookout for a recipe without those bad-for-you fats that actually works. In Judy's last column she's finally found a cookie worthy of posting. She credits her friend Alice Jonah for the recipe.

    Recipe #217721

    So easy and yummy! I received this recipe from a church friend and fell in love with them! You may use other flavors of cake mix.

    Recipe #247019

    Flourless, extra peanutty and dipped in melted chocolate, this recipe rules! Adapted from Food & Family magazine.

    Recipe #145227

    Yummy! Hope you like these!

    Recipe #207671

    7 Reviews |  By jswinks

    These are so yummy, and best with butterscotch chips (but you can try chocolate or peanut butter too!)

    Recipe #219778

    Recipe #381419

    The perfect Christmas cookie! A MUST for eggnog lovers! A soft, buttery, eggnog cookie with a luscious dollop of creamy, pudding-like eggnog filling. Please note: cook time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #140158

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