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Christmas Goodie Plates

Clockwise from center front, Marvelous Macaroons, Five-Minute Fudge Wreaths, Almond Roca, Paula's Loaded Oatmeal Cookies, Mom's Peanut Butter Cookies, Butterscotch Haystacks, Raspberry-Filled White Chocolate Bars, Coconut Snowflake Cookies

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If you love caramel candies, this recipe will be like heaven to you! It is soft and wonderful. I use it to make homemade turtles candy, but you can use it to make anything you want. It is EXCELLENT!! Note: I like to use a metal spatula to stir with so it helps keep it from burning.

Recipe #102501

13 Reviews |  By Gerry

This recipe was passed along many years back and has been the recipe I have used for carrot loaves ever since. By adding an additional cup of mixed glaced fruit it makes for a special holiday loaf come Christmas. If adding the additional fruit you may need to add approximately ten to fifteen minutes to the baking time. Icing with your favorite cream cheese icing adds to this delicious loaf. I also use this recipe to make Christmas Muffins - using holiday muffin cup liners. Before baking I press a cherry in the centre and make petals by using 5 blanched almonds (pointy end to cherry) Makes for great presentation. Served in a footed server with the glass dome lid has you getting raves before they take their first bite!

Recipe #188927

Macaroons with chopped almonds. I have had this recipe in my file for years. Try it drizzled with or bottoms dipped in melted chocolate. This cookie is my personal favorite!

Recipe #15461

Saw Rachael Ray and Oprah make this on an Oprah holiday party show. It took me 7 minutes, but who's counting! To give as a gift, wrap in cellophane and tie with a bow. Add an ornament or candy cane to make it festive. Variations include Recipe #146386 and Recipe #146387.

Recipe #146361

A delectable confection from the kitchen of June Oaks, wife of Brigham Young University president Dallin Oaks. This was surprisingly easy to make and an absolutely delicious addition to my goodie plates for Christmas.

Recipe #148551

I love this yummy little oatmeal cookie packed with nuts and raisins and a wonderful combination of spices and then topped with a drizzle of brown butter glaze. It is another of my favorite Paula Deen (FoodTV) recipes. If you can keep yourself from eating them all the day you make them, they are even better the next day (stored tightly wrapped).

Recipe #114298

My mom used to make this recipe all the time. The cookies never lasted long when Dad was in the kitchen! They're easy to make, and soft and chewy. Where's the milk?

Recipe #137244

A yummy treat kids love. You could also add a few salted peanuts or cashews to the mix for a tasty variation.

Recipe #17331

My friend Jen (www.jenscakes.com) and I made desserts for over 200 for a Christmas party. This was an exceptionally big hit. We used the large baking chips and raspberry filling available from cake supply. The large chips worked especially well because they had a better tendency to stay intact (rather than melt and disappear into bar). Double or quadruple recipe and bake in larger pan for bigger batch. We used jelly roll pans with 1" sides. Highly recommended! Adapted from a Pillsbury Bake-Off recipe.

Recipe #29736

This is a wonderful no-bake cookie ball with a crispy peanut butter, Rice Krispies and nut center covered with coconut. Maybe more a candy than a cookie. Very tasty!

Recipe #21781

My sister's co-worker brought these to a party and they were quite a hit. I don't know where the recipe came from originally. "Bark" is an artificial chocolate or vanilla candy coating/confectioner's coating used to make a treat called almond bark and can be found at most grocery stores near the chocolate chips. You can use chocolate chips and white chocolate chips if you don't have almond bark, but I have found that almond bark melts better and is easier to work with.

Recipe #52035

111 Reviews |  By Bec

This is the recipe for the original rice krispies treats squares...It never fails! Plus, it is a great way to use up a box of cereal! For best results, use fresh marshmallows. I have replaced the butter once with Mott's Healthy Baking butter or oil substitute (it was basically an unsweetened apple sauce) and they still turned out great!

Recipe #96111


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