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    I love these simple little cookies with my afternoon tea. Very versatile too since you can color them or use whatever press attachment is appropriate for the occasion. For a super dainty cookie, use the bar plate in the press and press a long ribbon of dough onto a cookie sheet (ridged side up). Score the cookie dough at 2 inch intervals. (I use a pizza cutter, much easier than a knife) Once cool, drizzle melted chocolate coating over them in a zigzag pattern and dust with confectioner's sugar.

    Recipe #98883

    A friend brought these to a picnic. After one taste of the warm-from-the-oven cookie, I knew I had to have the recipe. These are now the most requested cookie by my family. The recipe makes a HUGE batch of big cookies, but they do freeze very well. The 5 dozen amount is a guess, I've never counted! We love these and hope you will too!

    Recipe #241166

    With molasses, oatmeal & chocolate, these cookies, when made correctly, are a deliciously soft & decadent treat! The recipe was found in The Ultimate Chocolate Cookie Book, 2004. Cooking time is based on baking a dozen cookies every 10 minutes.

    Recipe #334307

    4 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A few teaspoons of instant coffee crystals or instant espresso powder go into these sugar cookies that are also topped with coffee icing.

    Recipe #303316

    from darlene kossman baked down at lensers telephone office meadow grove ne 1941 . she says they are very good

    Recipe #337879

    This is so easy and impressive. It's a great dessert for kids to help with and easy to dress-up for grown-up taste buds. You could substitute apricot jam, strawberry jam, or add some chopped semi-sweet chocolate chips or a couple tbs of Nutella for a decadent raspberry chocolate pastry. There are tons of possibilities! :-)*edited to include reviewers suggestions*

    Recipe #174796

    This recipe originally called for lemon in place of the orange but orange and chocolate translates to Christmas for me. Found the original in The Washington Post who attributed the Ghirardelli Chocolate Cookbook. In homage, consider using Ghirardelli chocolate for this recipe. Whatever chocolate you use, use block chocolate, not morsels. ****dough needs 30 to 60 minute minimum chill in the fridge (good for making the day before)**** These turned out to be the star on the Christmas platters. Several folks would not believe these were not purchased! They are that good with bittersweet chocolate & about 3+ teaspoons orange zest. Will make next with tangerine zest!

    Recipe #403230

    1 Reviews |  By WeeMep

    These are different from the elephant ears you would get at the fair. These are baked in the oven, not fried. They come out nice and crispy.

    Recipe #177926

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Cookies made with the Swiss chocolate Toblerone that are resonably low fat.

    Recipe #457801

    I have been mad about these cookies made at my local Earthfare store for three years, and this week I was finally able to weasel the recipe out of their baker!! These little gems are excellent for folks who have wheat allergies, and they are vegan (if you don't consider honey an animal product). I hope you enjoy these little goodies as much as I do! Be forewarned: the number of servings is an estimate from their baker, as at the store they make about 30 cookies the size of your head from this recipe. I HIGHLY recommend cutting it down some for your first try.

    Recipe #315101

    These cookies are a stable at any Danish baker's shop. We always make these as part of our Christmas cookie selection. They are small and yummy. If you can you should weigh the ingredients instead of using cups, as the original recipe is measured by weight. Prep time does not include 30 min for cooling of the dough. When buying the marzipan try to look for Danish 'Odense' marzipan in your baking isle. Marzipan from other countries, such as Germany, tend to be sweeter than the ones from Denmark. The marzipan makes the difference in this cookie and adds to the wow factor. You can also make 20 larger hats instead of 40 mini

    Recipe #391095

    These cookies come from my godmother. I made them a few times when I was a teen and living with my parents.

    Recipe #431914

    These sparkling Scandinavian style Christmas biscuits-cookies look just magical, especially when hung with ribbon from the Christmas tree! You need special snowflake biscuit-cookie cutters, and also edible glitter or sparkling silver or white dusting powder. If you cannot source edible sparkle or glitter dusting powder, they still look beautiful if decorated with white royal icing, piped into trellace work patterns to enhance the snowflake shape. These magical snowflakes make ideal Christmas gifts, and can be packaged in cellophane bags with a pretty and seasonal ribbon attached. They last for up to 14 days in an airtight tin & stored in a cool place, assuming they last that long!

    Recipe #266727

    5 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From Good Taste November 2008. Haven't tried this one yet but hoping to do so before the end of the year for the DS's recreation group. Times and quantities are as per recipe posted in the mag.

    Recipe #337410

    These cookies are seriously addicting. They go great in lunch boxes, mail well, and are appreciated by candy lovers.

    Recipe #285142

    Keep not only your eyes open for these but your stomach too ... you will need it because you will be filling it with these great cookies.

    Recipe #206301

    I got this recipe from an old church cookbook I found. It has never made sense to me because it does not call for flour but I have used it several times and it works.

    Recipe #233313

    From recipegoldmine.com For ZWT#6

    Recipe #425813

    These cookies can also be given as a gift. To create a cookie kit, layer dry ingredients in a mason jar, cover the lid with gingham fabric, attach a wooden spoon and a copy of the recipe, and tie with raffia.

    Recipe #200188

    6 Reviews |  By Ennoia

    This is a fantastic cookie recipe that I found in the LCBO Holiday 2003 Food & Drink magazine. I've been making these cookies for a few years now, but I've had a lot of requests for the recipe recently! I hope you enjoy them too!

    Recipe #274251

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