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    This has become one of my family's favorite cookies. I found the recipe in a magazine but it's been so long I don't remember which one.

    Recipe #136125

    Easy and wonderful. Never any leftovers.

    Recipe #227754

    Green Tea, Chamomile, and dry milk make this a very soothing bath mix. Chamomile flowers can be found in the bulk mexican herb section of your market or simply use commercialy packaged chamomile tea.

    Recipe #346013

    Cooking time is refrigeration time

    Recipe #490478

    This is a great cake at Christmas....looks so "snowy". It is important to frost this cake while it's still warm so that the cake will absorb moisture from the frosting as it cools.

    Recipe #343159

    1 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From a national supermarkets Christmas magazine. They suggest filling with gold truffle balls but any sweet/lolly/chocolate would do, I also think this would be a good one for Easter and filled with mini Easter eggs.

    Recipe #468951

    Ready, Set, Cook! Reynolds Wrap Contest Entry. My version of a favorite bakery treat, a butter-rich crust is topped with an almond-scented cream cheese filling, topped off with dark chocolate ganache and toasted almonds.

    Recipe #486857

    I've been making these at Christmas time for years. My family demands them and they are wonderful gifts, much appreciated by all my co-workers. They are firm, but melt in your mouth and don't stick to your teeth. They are somewhat time consuming but worth it. I buy the red and green wrappers or you can cut up and use regular wax paper.

    Recipe #143615

    2 Reviews |  By Chesska

    The combination of salty and sweet in this tasty Christmas treat is fantastic! This is a perfect recipe to make with your kids over the holidays.

    Recipe #489926

    Yummy brittle....just don't try to make it on a day with high humidity. It will turn out too sticky. Also, if your cashews aren't roasted, be sure to throw them in the oven for a adds a great deal to the taste! The 20 minute prep time is the time to roast the cashews if necessary.

    Recipe #480340

    This comes from Taste of Home's Healthy Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #472999

    3 Reviews |  By AshleyP

    OMG! These are SOOO GOOD! Its ridiculous how good they are. I cant get enough.& they're pretty easy. Found it while searching for inspiration for christmas cookie exchange.

    Recipe #470271

    These heart-shaped German cookies are so delicate and delicious. I got this recipe over 25 years ago and have been making them for holiday gifts every since. They also are a lovely treat on Valentine's Day. I usually make them with the liqueur, which makes them extra-special. The cookie dough does need to be refrigerated for several hours, which is not included in the preparation time, so plan accordingly. Because these cookies are quite fragile and no one wants a broken heart, package them in metal cookie tins lined with large paper doilies. Decorate the tops of the tins with familiar small candy hearts inscribed with romantic messages for a unique Valentine's Day gift.

    Recipe #403236

    The Day of the Three Kings, January 6, is set aside for exchanging Christmas presents, since it was twelve nights after the birth of the baby Jesus that the three wise men arrived bearing gifts. For this occasion a loaf of bread is baked in the shape of a crown, flavoured with lemon and orange zest, brandy and orange flower water, decorated with candied fruits and flaked almonds. A silver coin, a china figurine or a dry bean are also hidden in the cake. From: Worldwide Gourmet

    Recipe #229293

    This is my lightened version of pattikay in L.A.'s outstanding Recipe #234744.

    Recipe #339390

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