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    cookie monster's dream

    cookie monster is my hero. he is blue and fuzzy and cute and loves cookies, just like me. I am not blue or fuzzy but I do love cookies. All kinds of cookies, but especially cookies that are delicious and easy to bake.
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    This recipe was part of an article about Julianna Margulies in Good Housekeeping May 2013. Searching for it online did not give me a recipe to save - so I am submitting it to keep ! They just sounded so good and easy enough that I could make them. I hope so ! Original recipe stated use 1/4 Cup - People who tried stated a Tablespoon or Scoop makes the 18 macaroons.

    Recipe #499517

    This cookie is the number one favorite in our family. The recipe originated from the back of a package of Barg and Foster Cherry Chips, probably in the early 1960's. The chips are very hard to find where I live, but if you are lucky enough to find them in your area, these are wonderful!

    Recipe #23559

    3 Reviews |  By Emjay99

    This is a popular after school or lunch bag treat for all South African kids. Most South African baking is done using self-rising flour - and I highly recommend using it! The kind we get here in Canada is Brodie's.

    Recipe #229159

    As I child, I was a big fan of Nabisco Brown Edge Wafers. Their simplicity and subtle buttery flavor seemed very "adult" to me. But in 1996, Nabisco stopped making them. Now I have to really be an adult and make my own. Fortunately, these elegant cookies are simple to create.

    Recipe #513917

    My mom has used this recipe for 40 years now and it is the best chocolate chip cookie recipe I have ever had. The cookie is crisp around the edges and yet chewy at the same time. I will occasionally omit the nuts due to food allergies for those I'm feeding. I get alot of people questioning how all my cookies are the same size, I'm old school and will still use a teaspoon or tablespoon and my fingers to slide the cookie dough off the spoon. No need for fancy ice cream scoops if you don't want to. :) This will surely become a favorite of yours once you give it a try....

    Recipe #378778

    A friend posted this recipe today on my FB page (I think from Allrecipes). Just had to make them. I took a picture of them and wanted to it put on someone's recipe for it and lo.......no recipe....so here it is!!! ENJOY!!! Happy Thanksgiving too!!!

    Recipe #469167

    Recipe courtesy Melissa Stadler for 2011 Cooking Channel, Show: The Perfect 3 Episode: Cookies

    Recipe #481146

    62 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    I found this recipe on recipe archives and have made it several times. They are great cookies and we love them.

    Recipe #66546

    This is best made the day ahead. I like to make it later in the evening and enjoy the next day.

    Recipe #512563

    Love these! So easy to make--so tasty! I often double or triple the recipe. The dough is VERY stiff. Kids love to help-make sure they wash their hands well, and use hands to mix the dough. So fun!

    Recipe #436261

    This is from the re-print of the Toll House 1948 cookbook, originally called Chocolate Crunch Cookies. Ruth Graves Wakefield had some wonderful recipes. This is the latest in my search for her original recipe that was the first chocolate chip cookie.

    Recipe #114707

    8 Reviews |  By Caryn

    These are a most unusual cookie in that the cookie dough is wrapped around frozen miniature marshmallows. I have made this for teachers, my husbands co-workers, funeral food, etc. and haven't had anyone not love them. The recipe comes from Mrs. Fields Cookie Book (1992).

    Recipe #19595

    Recipe #511711

    Butter mochi is a beloved dessert here in Hawaii. It is essentially a baked custard. Mochiko sweet rice flour provides its unique, soft, chewy, sticky consistency. As one reviewer noted, it may be a little sweet for some tastes, but I recommend using no less than 2 cups of sugar. I originally put down 375 degrees as the baking temperature because in my gas oven, it saved me 10-15 minutes of baking time and still came out exactly the same way. But most butter mochi recipes will call for 350 degrees. Mochiko flour can be found in the Asian/Oriental aisles. The brand I use comes in a white box with a blue star on the front.

    Recipe #125421

    My DD got this recipe from her GM when she was visiting last year. They made these together then GM gave DD the krumkake iron to take and make them at home.

    Recipe #261218

    17 Reviews |  By anme

    A simple and crisp oatmeal cookie

    Recipe #239768

    From an old German cookbook. Layers of gingerbread, black currant jelly, optional marchpane (almond paste) and gingerbread, all cut into small squares and glazed with dark chocolate. Have not tried it so far because I usually buy them (with marchpane). If you make them, let me know how it worked. - The measurement for cloves and cardamom is actually 1 tip of a knife each. I guessed the amount of almond paste needed as well as the prep time. Posted at a forum request.

    Recipe #186197

    Growing up in Iowa, you become accustom to the seasonal trips to Pella and the delicious Dutch Letters from Jaarsma Bakery. This recipe lets you replicate the Dutch Letter with out the trip. This recipe appeared in the Des Moines Register a number of years ago.

    Recipe #511042

    2 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    I've just discovered the best oatmeal cookie recipe ever. Nothing like pecans, oatmeal, and a hint of maple. I used pure maple syrup. Recipe courtesy of relishmag.com and Julie Hession (Celebrating America's Love of Food).

    Recipe #443995

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