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    Recipe #4695

    A soft chewy cookie that is not too sweet. Seconds to make!

    Recipe #59792

    From Alton Brown on Food Network. Sounds easy and good!

    Recipe #189680

    A very easy cookie to make.

    Recipe #9143

    With three ingredients, these are so simple and the sweet and salty go so well together. These are something I plan to give as Christmas gifts or take to our Christmas shindig at church. We usually have cookies, coffee, and punch after and I'm sure these will be the hit of the party! Chill time is not included

    Recipe #191491

    5 Reviews |  By ShaGun

    Wow these are good for being low-fat! Sometimes to make them even healthier, I replace half the flour with whole wheat flour, and I use 1/4 cup honey to replace half of the light corn syrup. These do not spread out at all. They are wonderful things to pop in your mouth when you want something sweet. This is a variation from Tribole's "Healthy Desserts"

    Recipe #115778

    Easy to make and wonderful flavor. I make these every Christmas for friends and family. I think I found this in Taste of Home many years ago.

    Recipe #199807

    2 Reviews |  By Mesomar

    I love these cookies since they are moist and soft... plus they are a hit at any party!

    Recipe #213906

    This is my mother-in-law's recipe.She was always baking and this is one of my favorite recipes she had.

    Recipe #205890

    Once I tried these, I never bothered making 'traditional' sugar cookies again. A soft, flavorful cookie that is a MUST for me at Christmas. Note, the original recipe said they were cut-out cookies but I never was able to get them to work well that way. That is why I make the round ones as described.

    Recipe #102727

    These cookies weren't supposed to be! A Zaar chef, who shall remain nameless, ;) posted a recipe for a chocolate cookie with pb chips in it. But instead of listing butter as the first ingredient, she accidentally listed peanut butter. After I had mixed everything together, I knew something was wrong because I ended up with a bowl full of crumbs, not dough. To try and salvage the ingredients, I added the milk, left out the pb chips and formed them like traditional pb cookies. Thankfully, the resulting cookies were soft and tasty so I decided to share. :)

    Recipe #217965

    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

    For a Christmas look, add chopped coloured red and green maraschino cherries if desired. these cookies will be sure to become a favorite of yours!

    Recipe #78129

    I made this recipe when I was craving peanut butter cookies. Everyone who tried them loved them because they were so soft! I made mine tiny bite size cookies and the recipe made a bunch.

    Recipe #216619

    51 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I had these sweet and salty saltines covered with chocolate and topped with nuts which I tweaked at a friend's house. Very addictive little treats.Use topping to suit the occasion.

    Recipe #134153

    I found the recipe itself on the net about two years ago. To my taste it is very sweet cookie, but it is an an easy cookie to make and quick.I make this in a two in one by halving the dough and adding chocolate or peanut butter chips to one half.

    Recipe #67579

    Another great recipe from my ex-MIL. I love this recipe because I always have these ingredients on hand. I know the recipe calls for cornflakes, but any unsweetened cereal will do. Nice krispie cookie. Cook time is per cookie sheet. This recipe yields 10-12 doz, so you will be cooking cookies for a couple of hours.

    Recipe #66589

    These are basically a soft ginger snap. I made them for my 8 year olds class and they were fighting over the extras. I also made them for a very sweet older friend who said she hadn't tasted these since her mother made them when she was little, They make a ton and stay fresh for quite awhile. This works perfectly for Christmas or large amounts of company!

    Recipe #125055

    These cookies really do stay soft! They are rolled in sugar and the tops crack while baking. I often double the recipe because they go so fast. I think this recipe came from Canadian Living magazine.

    Recipe #137042

    These cookies are to die for. Like the potato chip slogan...."Bet You Can't Eat Just One". The use of coarse salt in the final mix, goes extremely well with the sweet chocolate. This is adapted from a recipe found on Cooking Light.

    Recipe #217314

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