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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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    From Daisy sour cream. Yummy!

    Recipe #178432

    These cookies come from Camilla Saulsbury's Cake Mix Cookies book. My son (age 9) actually made these and they are VERY rich. Kinda a cross between a chocolate cake and a brownie. Perfect for your chocolate lover and very easy to do. Uses a chocolate cake mix.

    Recipe #170616

    These cookies are a chocolate lovers dream! When you make these cookies you will know why I have named them the best! To achieve the perfect texture both margarine and butter should be used and the dough has to be chilled for a minimum of 5 hours. These cookies have both flavor and the perfect texture! This will make quite a lot of cookies depending on the size that you make them, I make mine very large so I use about two tablespoons of batter for each cookie. Make certain to sift the cocoa powder first! Yield is only estimated depending on the size of cookies.

    Recipe #153500

    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

    Huge, soft, chewy, I just can't say anymore. I've been making these for years and everyone loves them, young and old.

    Recipe #142029

    1 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This cookie is a bit healtier than some others but still delicious. I love putting a healthier variation out for my family that they still love -- and this one tops all. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (December 1986)

    Recipe #141688

    This recipe came from the inside of a Land O Lakes butter package.

    Recipe #140991

    Recipe #134138

    I *love* these cookies! They are chewy, chunky, spicy, and delicious! The recipe originally came from Betty Crocker's Cooky Book and were listed as "The Best Cooky of 1900-1910". For a change, try substituting cut-up dates or other dried fruits for the raisins. NOTE: If you replace the shortening with butter as many reviewers have done, you will probably get a crispier vs. chewy cookie.

    Recipe #126445

    3 Reviews |  By pansies

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

    Recipe #126363

    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

    (No Wheat / No Egg) Cookies in five minutes! No wheat or egg so these are great for wheat or egg free diets. A friend gave me the original recipe that called for white sugar and they were great that way. I tried it with brown sugar and that is the ONLY way I'll fix them now! Totally a new level. Only takes 10 minutes total to prepare these.

    Recipe #125209

    10 Reviews |  By LizCl

    Easy to make and delicious. Children love them.

    Recipe #120903

    Recipe was posted in the Carbo Canteen at www.coolrunning.com. I have made both the banana and the pumpkin versions.

    Recipe #120753

    These are always a good pick for bake sales, school treats, picnics, etc. It's a slightly "lighter" (lower in fat) than other whoopie pie recipes.

    Recipe #116992

    The secret to these cookies is baking them at a low temperature.They are dense like a scone, with a cake-like inside. Recipe from "The Market" in Denver. My teenaged son LOVES these! Tip: I flatten the cookies slightly with a greased bottom of a measuring cup, about halfway through baking, which produces a flatter cookie.

    Recipe #113637

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

    Recipe #112194

    Got this from a girlfriend who had just made them and loved them. As written, this recipe makes rather large cookies as they spread to about 2 1/2 inches. If you try to make traditional size Oreos, cut the baking time back significantly. At 12 minutes, my smaller cookies were burnt, so next time I'm going to check them at 5-7 minutes. My dad and DH, both huge Oreo fans, said they didn't taste just like the store-bought version, but they tasted better. :) They are best chilled.

    Recipe #109802

    10 Reviews |  By pinkie

    If you like peanut butter, give these a try. Great cookie recipe!

    Recipe #106215

    I felt rather dubious when my wife first told me about these, delighted when she first made them for me, and now she makes me beg when I want some.

    Recipe #103882

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