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    Christmas Gifts - Baked goods

    Wonderful gift ideas for Christmas and year-round gift-giving!!
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    Delicious Scones from the prestigious Culinary Institute of America. Scones aren’t just for tea anymore. Like the humble all-American biscuit, they offer a satisfying addition to almost any meal. These light, flaky crumb and tender texture scones complement any dish. Scones have gone from the classic teatime essential to a trendy and sophisticated anytime snack. These are hands down the most tender and delicious scones I have ever eaten. (The scone dough must be frozen for up to 12 hours before use). For tender, flaky scones refer to these guidelines: 1. Do not over mix. If you work the dough too much, your scones will be tough and chewy. 2. Roll or pat the dough so that it is at least one-half inch thick. Thicker dough results in a better shape and lighter texture. 3. Watch the clock when baking. Like most baked goods, scones continue to bake as they cool.

    Recipe #129195

    6 Reviews |  By *Z*

    This is an adopted recipe. I will post an intro after I make it!!

    Recipe #42798

    I would assume you could use this recipe for almonds too.

    Recipe #1157

    These are so fast and easy to make and look so pretty in a nice candy dish. This recipe only makes 1/2 pound (the program will not allow me a 1/2 so I put 1 pound...please ignore) so prepare to make a couple batches. They will go very fast.

    Recipe #15362

    A great gift jar for any occasion!

    Recipe #48502

    11 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is a really simple way of making nut brittle, without using a candy thermometer or doing any of the stage tests. A trick that I use is to line the cookie sheet with parchment paper so there's no sticky stuff to pry off and then wash up.

    Recipe #54557

    Why not have a chocolate butter? Can you imagine how wonderful it will taste on a slice of egg bread toast? I tasted it as I made it but from then on I resisted.

    Recipe #157501

    That's right... Chocolate Butter! Excellent on bread, muffins, scones - anything you would normally spread butter on. While not exactly healthy I can't help but love this on toast with peanut butter.

    Recipe #140711

    These are my family's favourite holiday treat. Where we live the kids call them "Moose Droppings", but don't let that keep you from trying them...they are decadent! Cook time is the time it takes to dip them in the chocolate.

    Recipe #73503

    This recipe is from Quick Cooking - September/October 2001. I use the paper liners for the jumbo muffin pans because it makes for easier transporting of the cupcakes. They seem to stay fresher, too. These are great for a bake sale or even for a Halloween party.

    Recipe #39180

    These bars are EXTREMELY RICH and not for people with a fear of CHOCOLATE and PEANUT BUTTER (if those people actually exist)!!! Very easy no bake 5 ingredient recipe!

    Recipe #29679

    Perfect the Christmas season. TOH Holiday and Celebrations

    Recipe #138765

    Brownies to go or to dress up: Without glaze, very portable and easy to serve, with glaze, yummy elegance!! These can even be frozen up to a month, then glazed. Great for bake sales!! Got recipe out of a Betty Crocker cookbook.

    Recipe #85813

    This is a quick recipe from "Better Homes and Gardens Christmas Cookies Special Publication 2000". I've made it a million times and my family thinks it takes alot of work to make them. SHHHHH!! I usually double the filling recipe and I pipe it into the tarts with my pastry bag (star tip) to make them look even more elegant. I also make them in advance and freeze them.

    Recipe #49467

    Caramel, chocolate, and pecans on a cookie -- yum!

    Recipe #144518

    What could be a more romantic way to end a dinner than with truffles. I came across this quote recently- "The truffle is not exactly an aphrodisiac, but it tends to make women more tender and men more likeable." - by French gastronome Brillat-Savarin

    Recipe #131413

    I walked in my kitchen while this was baking and I thought I would melt and run down in my shoes. It smelled SOOO good in there...the apples..the cinnamon...HEAVEN! I cannot take credit for this, however. I got it from an e-zine I get in the email. I immediately got in my car and bought the ingredients, came home, and whipped this up. Since I'm diabetic, I'll be sending it off to Pop's for the shop monkey's (the shop mechanics/my taste-testers) approval. If they like it, it's a keeper!

    Recipe #137524

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