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    Christmas cookies

    Check out this for information on cookies http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=232832 Go ahead and freeze assorted cookies to keep yourself supplied with yummy goodies throughout the holidays. BUT! Don't try to freeze soft meringue-type cookie dough! Freezing Cookies & Freezing Cookie Dough Looking ahead to the holiday season I know you can get all the baking done, you can achieve this by freezing your cookie dough or fresh baked cookies ahead of time. Cookie dough will freeze well for 4 to 6 weeks. Chocolate chip, brownies, peanut butter, and sugar cookie dough (or anything similar) freezes well. Rolls of dough should be double sealed tightly in plastic wrap. Other kinds of dough should be stored in airtight containers or double ziplock freezer bags. Drop cookies (unbaked) may be frozen on cookie sheets and then transferred to freezer bags. Let stand at room temperature for about 30 minutes before baking or defrost in the refrigerator for about 2-3 hours. Please do make sure to label the container with the date and type of cookie dough. I forget and then it`s surprise cookies! As the holidays get closer you can get that last bit of shopping done or last home made gift made instead of spending all your time in the kitchen. Like we don`t like too! I prefer to Freeze Baked Cookies (get it done)! Almost any baked cookie freezes well. Let cookies completely cool before freezing. Wrap cookies individually in plastic wrap then store them in a Ziploc freezer bag or storage tins. You can also just layer the cookies between layers of waxed paper in the container, but the individually wrapped ones will store longer. Freeze frosted cookies uncovered in an odor free freezer first until they are firm. Then pack them in airtight container lined with plastic wrap or foil. Make sure to label the container with the date and type of cookies. Unfrosted cookies can be frozen up to 6-12 months (frosted, about 3 months). Frozen cookies thaw in about 10 minutes at room temperature (if you can wait that long). If cookies should be crisp when thawed, remove them from the container before thawing. Double-wrap the cookies securely and write the date, if they need to be dipped or decorated, and the type of cookie on the outside of the package. When you are ready to eat your frozen baked cookies, just let them come to room temperature. Enjoy!”
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    My niece made these for our 4th of July party and they were gone before dessert was even served! Everyone loved them and kept going back for one more of "those pretzel things"! So easy to make- a definite for my Christmas cookie baskets.

    Recipe #95220

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A crisp cookie on the outside and chewy inside. Can be made with any nut you desire like pecans or almonds. Store the macaroons in an airtight container. Do not refrigerate or freeze macaroons.

    Recipe #197864

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This recipe can be used for cookies or for making a gingerbread house! Have fun and be sure to have lots of time if making the house.

    Recipe #204233

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I made these cookies for Recipe #395680. You can use all raisins or all chips.

    Recipe #395870

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I had leftover melted chocolate, cherries, toffee bits and pine nuts. So walla it became this yummy candy to go on the christmas cookie trays!

    Recipe #149172

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This bark is so yummy flavored with orange zest and candied ginger use store bought or Recipe #102933.This is a good way to use left over melted chocolate. 2009 I added 2 ounces of caramel squares that I diced to the semi sweet chocolate. Toffee added to the white chocolate in 2009 as well. As you see this is a very flexible recipe. Swirling is key for the bark look. Taste is all up to you!

    Recipe #49326

    11 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Chewy sweet and festive! You can use Recipe #47707, prepared pineapple filling, or pineapple preserves.

    Recipe #47625

    35 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is quick and easy! Chilling makes handling these easier. Option for a lemon glazed cookie--all you have to do is in place of the water use the frozen lemon concentrate for a real tart cookie and/or use lemon cake mix. Then mix a bunch of powdered sugar with the frozen lemon contentrate thats at room temperature for a nice tart icing! Pictures uploaded here on Nov 27 using carrot cake mix, 1/4 cup coconut, 1/4 cup chopped nuts then sprinkled with cinnamon sugar before and after baking. Dec 10 used chocolate cake mix and chocolate mint chips.

    Recipe #77465

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Make sure to chill this dough before baking. These will wake your taste buds up.

    Recipe #77469

    16 Reviews |  By Rita~

    These I make my request of my sis Lydia. Her favorite! I've also use walnuts. The food processor make this so very easy!

    Recipe #77472

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    These I found on line at webterrace.com sounds yummy! Tweeked a bit!!!Lemon curd (before filling cookies) can be made 1 day ahead and chilled, covered.

    Recipe #77475

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Chewy yummy Christmas cookies! Bring these to your next Party!

    Recipe #77456

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Check my Vanilla sugar recipe out or just use plain sugar.

    Recipe #77464

    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Soothing cookies!

    Recipe #63381

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I found this at a Creme de Menthe sight! Quick and easy! Great for St. Patty's Day! If you use white creme de menthe Just add green food coloring. But I make them during Christmas!The picture shows them rolled in 1/2 cup pwdered sugar and 1 tablespoon cocoa.

    Recipe #55227

    13 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This recipe is from Hershey's. Yummy! I also made a glaze for them with 1 cup Powdered sugar and enough Butterscotch schnapps to spread on the cookies.

    Recipe #48976

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    These were a big hit for christmas. I don't recall how many they made I'm thinking 40. These are moist little morsels of nuts flavored with apple and buttershots liqueur. These are better as they sit in an air tight container.

    Recipe #82467

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    You won't miss the butter when using the shortening because the chips and buttershots liqueur adds to it! The shortening keeps these cookies nice and full.

    Recipe #108042

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I saw all these warming spices and I knew I'll like this recipe. I just enjoy Cardamom. Found at: http://www.webterrace.com/christmascookies/recipe2.htm

    Recipe #77477

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Here you have a rich chocolate cookie rolled in nuts (pecans or walnuts) filled with creamy caramel then drizzled with chocolate.

    Recipe #112741

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