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    Cookie Collection (D)

    My dessert cookbook finally "ranneth over" w/RZ sweet treats & so the former "evil sin & smile" had to be divided. - The cover photo is 1 taken by me of Lemon Tea Cookies by Lavender Lynn .

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    Southern Living; kid favorite

    Recipe #25655

    These are an elegant addition to a Christmas cookie plate.

    Recipe #15364

    A soft, chewy flavorful cookie. If you like sugar cookies, you'll love how easy this is. You have to let the dough refrigerate a while, but it's worth the wait!

    Recipe #188916

    This cookie comes from British Guyana. The recipe is from "The Joy of Cookies" by Sharon Tyler Herbst. You can also add 1 cup of toasted almonds or grated coconut to the dough before rolling it into balls if you wan't something a little different. Prep time is a guess.

    Recipe #190039

    A Greek style butter cookie. You can easily replace the cognac with water or milk. Posted for 'Zaar World Tour II. Time includes chill time.

    Recipe #170037

    21 Reviews |  By Calee

    Is it a cookie or is it a tart? My favorite is lemon. I have made these tarts filled with recipe #213080. Also banana cream or coconut pie filling will work nicely to.

    Recipe #215530

    12 Reviews |  By Derf

    Melt in your mouth, tangy lemon taste. Hard to resist!! Freezes well I've never made these with the poppy seeds, only with the lemon rind, we love it, nice tangy taste and melt in your mouth. They have become a traditional Christmas item paired with the traditional shortbread.

    Recipe #13801

    3 Reviews |  By SharonP

    I love the flavor of lime and this recipe caught my eye...I haven't tried it as yet, but fully plan on it...this recipe is from an older edition of Family Circle.

    Recipe #59871

    A spritz or Piped cookie

    Recipe #200397

    6 Reviews |  By LA28

    I found this recipe in a newspaper. It makes very soft, lime flavored cookies. You might want to taste the lime juice you're using - I think the strength can vary, because, once when I made it, I couldn't taste the lime at all! The other times it has come through just fine. You can also substitute lemon juice. Note: I just made these cookies again and ended up with wonderfully soft, fluffy sugar cookies (read: no lime flavor at all). I'm hereby considering this recipe under construction, and may edit it to reflect some tinkering (with extracts or concentrates).

    Recipe #115571

    A great cookie that's both sweet and creamy!

    Recipe #123812

    1 Reviews |  By caramel

    something extra special added to the everyday holiday treat. buttery and crunchy and so melt in your mouth delicious. it will a big hit!! it was for the church tea i made them for.

    Recipe #78139

    This is a quick and easy not-too-sweet cookie, shaped by rolling into balls rather than rolled out and cut. The dough will keep in freezer for up to a week. The baked cookies will keep in an airtight container for up to 5 days.

    Recipe #49335

    A very typical cookie in Germany for Christmas.

    Recipe #147934

    Fluffy, mouth watering, worth the calories. I have been cooking these cookies for about 9 years now. I bring them to christmas parties and yet to come home with any leftover. Need I say more. Hope those who try them enjoy them as much as my friends, family, and co-workers have.

    Recipe #172679


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