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    These are recipes that have either been tried, or have caught my attention, and are soon to be tried. There are all kinds here, and I hope to sort them soon!
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    Great with coffee.

    Recipe #12454

    A lighter version of Recipe #3564. I also usually add a tsp or 2 of vanilla.

    Recipe #2509

    All you have to do is melt the butter and let the kid go to town making the buttons. To explain, I have sort of defatted it for our use. However here is the Taste Of Home version. It all started when I wanted some fudge and I can't make fudge worth a hoot. I used Peanut Butter extract instead of the real thing. As good as my version is, I am betting this one is better. Not going to be the most glorious thing you ever made, but I bet the kid will be proud of it. Note I added a drop of vanilla to mine.

    Recipe #141516

    I came up with this version incorporating my favorite ingredients! Tastes even better than Chunky Candybars!

    Recipe #101148

    6 Reviews |  By Bergy

    I have never made this recipe. I posted it in answer to a request. Please post a review if you try it.

    Recipe #17720

    Posted in reply to a request for a Danish butter cookie recipe. This recipe is from my old (1973) "Common Market Cookbook/Denmark." The yield for this recipe isn't given in the book and its been so long since I've made them, I really don't remember how many cookies it makes. PLEASE NOTE: This recipe uses vanilla essence which is much stronger than triple-strength vanilla extract! If you are using regular strength vanilla extract, then 1 Tablespoon (or a bit more "to taste" ) should do it.

    Recipe #89068

    Moist and spicy. Requested by my Mom. She had me leave the nutmeg out as she could not eat that, so I heaped the measures of the other spices.

    Recipe #89512

    Recipe #126648

    The rice flour in the mixture gives more crunchiness:

    Recipe #5371

    I can't remember exactly where I got this from (the web) and have not tried it ... yet but you can see this usually being sold during cultural activities or exhibitions. They are not cheap to buy. The 30 - 45 mins time given is a guide.

    Recipe #84453

    Amazingly rich and chewy, you would never know these are low fat. I have people asking me for this recipe whenever I make it. The applesauce is the secret ingredient in these delicious brownies! One suggestion I have to make them fudgier is to use a very high quality cocoa. I usually use Watkins or Epicure Selections and found a big difference from that and the kind you can buy in the store. It makes them a real dark chocolate in the middle and they are rich and chewy! This recipe also doubles well and will fit into a 9x13 pan.

    Recipe #116119

    Better than storebought

    Recipe #117852

    This delicious and easy-to-prepare recipe was shared by Ron Zimmerman of The Herbfarm with Susan Herrmann Loomis and published in the "Farmhouse Cookbook." I recently enjoyed a rosemary shortbread at Seattle's Gypsy by Chef Gabriel Claycamp, and wanted to try making some at home - since Gabriel is acquainted with the Zimmermans, I chose this recipe. :) I've adapted it a bit for my own use. The Herbfarm Restaurant is located in Woodinville, Washington. Each week, the award-winning restaurant chooses the best from farm, forest, and sea to create thematic 9-course dinners showcasing the Pacific Northwest.

    Recipe #121006

    My mom made this, minus the apple chunks, when we were sick or as a special treat. The applesauce adds a great texture, kids love it, and if they don't like fruit, they'll still usually eat this! In fact, without the chunks or the cinnamon, it's a great treat for toddlers. I make it with cinnamon applesauce and the apple chunks as a side for holiday meals.

    Recipe #84501

    PA Grange Fair Winner 2000. The chef's name was Amy Packer and she called it Black Bottom Brownies. Check the review to see results.

    Recipe #140366

    This cookie recipe is a definite must have in your recipe box!! Warning! once you start eating these... it's really hard to stop at just two.. or three.. or.. well, you get the picture. :) My Grandmother gave me this delectably delicious recipe and Everyone who has ever tried them has asked me for the recipe! After trying these, my husband doesn't want any others. And, If you are going to take these cookies, for a treat, anywhere, be sure to have the recipe with you! You WILL definitely be asked for it. They are truly the most excellent, best ever, soft oatmeal raisin cookies I have ever had!

    Recipe #67478

    Very fudgey peanut butter muffins!!

    Recipe #134006

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