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    55 Reviews |  By nnreq

    Yummy version of the candy bar.

    Recipe #34569

    This simple candy shows up at all of my family gatherings .This recipe is quick and easy. The saltines may sound like a strange addition to something sweet, but I have never known anyone who made this recipe just once!

    Recipe #272158

    These are great for parties or to put in gift bags during the holidays. Recipe is from Family Circle.

    Recipe #339304

    Another popular name for this favorite mix is "puppy food". Chow down; it's doggone good!

    Recipe #310186

    These are just delicious and I'm asked for the recipe constantly. Can't just eat one!!

    Recipe #107266

    This is by far the BEST Almond Roca imitation that I have tasted! You don't have to be a pro at making candy to make this. If you like Almond Roca, you just gotta try it!!

    Recipe #102480

    This recipe is from Great Nana. She said it was originally from her best friend, Jean, and tastes exactly like the ones her mother-in-law always made, so it became her preferred version. You need a pizelle maker in order to make this recipe. I accidentally added almond extract and thought it tasted great, but Nana did not use it.

    Recipe #150685

    88 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    Great gift idea that I saw this on T.V. and put here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #367414

    What fun! The kids can help with this. Pep up your hot chocolate, coffee, apple cider, etc. with marshmallow swizzle sticks! You can change the colors to suit the occasion! Adapted from BH&G magazine(December 2008).

    Recipe #375908

    These are very popular all over Britain and can often be found in cafes, served with morning coffee or afternoon tea.

    Recipe #19221

    Making for my friends for the holidays...

    Recipe #273209

    This is one of my favorite cookies. It's from my Swedish Grandma. They are very simple, but I think that's what I like about them. Very tender and rich.

    Recipe #128617

    Also sometimes called 'Mexican wedding cookie', 'Russian tea cakes', or 'butterballs', can also be shaped into crescents. You can also substitute pecans and they are very good as well. This is the best version of these I have ever seen, it was given me by a friend who grew up in central Europe.

    Recipe #3711

    So yummy and quite healthy: 84 calories each, 1 g of fat. From Cooking Light's November 2000 issue (my favorite issue)

    Recipe #90003

    11 Reviews |  By s'kat

    Chocolate and powdered sugar together in one delicious cookie! Thanks Mom!

    Recipe #15139

    This is Grandma Rose recipe. It has been in the family before my time, so I put down 1927 since thats my moms age. Simple and we have tried other recipes, but this is still the best. The recipe can be doubled. The photo is the amount of a doubled batch using 12 eggs, and yes I do get 12 dozen cookies very easily.

    Recipe #124297

    mama always made these at christmastime

    Recipe #311010

    9 Reviews |  By winkki

    My daughters and I make these every year. You can change the look of the crystals by using different color and textures of pipe cleaners (chenille stems). Just choose your color and choose your shape: stars, snowflakes, trees, gingerbread men. The girls especially love using glittery white and silver ones to make 'snowflakes'. We don't just do these at Christmas, either We've used them on our Christmas tree, to hang in our windows, to decorate packages and gift baskets, for grandparents, initials (fun to spell out the kids' names), mobiles, etc. One year we found red and white striped pipe cleaners and made really cute hearts for Valentine's Day to take with a plate of cookies to some shut-in's. They make darling flowers, too. The only limit is your imagination. :o) They are fairly sturdy but the crystals can be knocked off if hit too hard so we spray ours with clear acrylic spray paint/shellac when they're dry (especially the ornaments that we want to use year after year). We haven't tried adding food color to the water yet, but that's on our list of possible variations to see if it works the same. We have also tried reheating and reusing the solution, but with mixed results and you would need to dissolve more Borax in if you do that.

    Recipe #145914

    45 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    Like most Italian cookies, these lemon drop cookies aren't too sweet. The perfect summer-time treat or a great addition to your holiday cookie tray!

    Recipe #104852

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