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    From Northpole.com. These look great. Planning for holiday cookie tray. Prep time doesn't include chill time.

    Recipe #263119

    4 Reviews |  By MsSally

    Super easy PB cookies from a cake mix. I've adapted the recipe to make it low-fat. Very good and moist.

    Recipe #262922

    This recipe came from my grandad's girlfriend Kay. I've had this recipe for many years now, and I make it every year. Kay's original recipe was to roll cherries in the dough then frost after baking. To much work for me, I wanted simple and fast. So here it is no setting time or sifting. Usually I press with a cookie press but I have decorated them with slices of red and green cherries to look like holly. If I make them for home I use 1/8 cup but if I put them on a cookie tray for a party I make them smaller 1 tablespoon.

    Recipe #226288

    Using half shortening and half butter for this recipe is the true ingredients that make the cookie yummy!

    Recipe #236650

    136 Reviews |  By Betty

    I received this recipe from a friend

    Recipe #13307

    Biscotti means twice baked. Packed with hazelnuts and chocolate chips, these are perfect with coffee or a cappuccino.

    Recipe #219096

    1 Reviews |  By KelBel

    A quick coconut cookie made with refrigerated sugar cookie dough.

    Recipe #219166

    This classic Austrian cookie is typically made with almonds and a raspberry jam, but a different nut or jam will also work.

    Recipe #219213

    3 Reviews |  By momstar

    Just made these for a bake sale, very soft and delicious. Got the recipe of the heath bits pkg. A very easy recipe to make and not time consuming.

    Recipe #219235

    This recipe was found in an old cookbook title "Cooking With Pioneers", published in Tennessee. Very easy cookie recipe made with easily found ingredients. Recipe says it makes 6 dozen, but I got about 40 cookies out of it.

    Recipe #219257

    1 Reviews |  By Olha

    Millionaire means rich—exactly what these squares are!

    Recipe #219263

    I've had this recipe for over 20 years? I just dug through my recipe box and re-located it, and made it. It is a yummy one. One bowl in the microwave makes clean-up quick. Definitely a working mom's dream bar!

    Recipe #219265

    5 Reviews |  By fawn512

    Posted by Chef #446736 on zaar forum: "This recipe appeared in our newspaper several years ago. It was from the "Dear Ask-it" column with this introduction: This is for M.F. of Canandaigua. It is a very close substitute for Sibley's original Chinese Marble Cookies. I make them all the time. It was submitted by K. L. from Hilton, NY. These are very crisp and delicious." NOTE FROM DES: One suggestion you might want to make if you decide to post this recipe is not to use a cookie scoop. By using a cookie scoop it will cause the chocolate to blend into the dough more than what is desired.

    Recipe #213700

    From "The Ultimate Cookie Book" by Catherine Atkinson. These are rolled in confectioners' sugar before being baked. I can't wait to try them!! Times are estimates. Chill time included in the cook time.

    Recipe #195091

    From "The Ultimate Cookie Book" by Catherine Atkinson. You can substitute vegetable oil for the sunflower oil and sour cream for the creme fraiche.

    Recipe #195097

    With a taste of orange and chocolate. How could you go wrong. Try using colored sugar to dip these into instead of just white. I've dipped them in red and green sugar for Christmas and orange sugar for Halloween.

    Recipe #194695

    3 Reviews |  By poo235

    These cookies are chewy, and the glaze is just the right amount of sweet. It's a great peanut butter cookie recipe by itself. The glaze is an extra touch for something original!

    Recipe #194669

    Very easy and Yummy Recipe!

    Recipe #194046

    This is a good biscotti base to use for various types of biscotti--just add your favorite ingredients.

    Recipe #193989

    This recipe is so easy and requires so few ingredients that many doubt how good it will be. Well..I'm here to tell you that these are one of the best chocolate chip cookie bars you can make! No eggs, so the dough is great to eat as well :) Give it a try...I know you'll love them!

    Recipe #99184

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