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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 have had this recipe for so long that I can't remember where it came from, but I think I got it out of a magazine or newspaper. I like it because you can use the dough in so many different ways. For the Holidays, you can press half of a candied cherry in the center of unbaked cookie, and then after baking drizzle with either white or dark chocolate, melted.

Recipe #18307

The perfect Christmas cookie! A MUST for eggnog lovers! A soft, buttery, eggnog cookie with a luscious dollop of creamy, pudding-like eggnog filling. Please note: cook time does not include chill time.

Recipe #140158

From Pillsbury.

Recipe #158831

This is a family favorite that I have been making for years. It's the most requested oatmeal cookie recipe I've ever made. I found it somewhere years ago, but have lost the source. The secret is soaking the raisins which makes all the difference.

Recipe #54351

This is one of the few recipes of my mom's that I have in her own handwriting. My husband was scarfing these one Christmas at my parents's house, so she sent home the recipe. She states this makes 5 dozen cookies, but she made them bigger, so got about 30.

Recipe #56118

These are from the Barefoot Contessa by Ina Garten and they are outrageously good--the best brownie I've ever had.

Recipe #59895

1 Reviews |  By Annacia

A very tasty recipe from my archives. It's a giant cookie that's topped with coarsely crushed peppermint candies and melted white chocolate, then broken into irregular pieces. *Note: The recipe asks for a baking time of 30 mins. I find that far to long, it's going to burn at that time. Start checking it at 12 mins. I'm happy with the results at 15-16 mins.

Recipe #189308

This is my "go to" cookie recipe! I got it from Pamela Lanier's Bed & Breakfast website. I love them because they are delicious! They have oatmeal in them which I put through the blender until fine-this way I can slip it to my picky eaters!!!

Recipe #166881

These are really fun to make for a party or informal get together. I made them for New Years' Eve this past year and wrote my own fortunes. The guests were totally impressed with them! They are a little tricky to work with--you have to be fast and shape them while they are still warm so they don't set. Recipe courtesy of Gale Gand's show "Sweet Dreams."

Recipe #36175

My grandmother came from Sweden and made these for me. They were the only cookies she made besides gingerbread. I have revised to be sugar free and gluten free using Splenda and rice flour.

Recipe #165968

I got these as part of a bake exchange. A perfect addition to holiday baking tray.

Recipe #148368

Great for Christmas Bake Exchanges! From Parents Magazine December 2003.

Recipe #142910

this makes 12 huge cookies..with an abundance of chocolate chips...some chips are melted and mixed in the dough and some are chips...the result is a dark chocolate cookie with a heap of chocolate chips..from Elinor Klivans...

Recipe #129896

I received this as part of a Christmas Bake Exchange. These look so pretty on a cookie platter.

Recipe #106195

This recipe is a great one to make for Christmas Cookie Exchanges. These colorful cookies add a real festive treat to any holiday platter. I made these for the first time for a cookie exchange and I made a double batch of green and a double batch of red.

Recipe #104700

Another inexpensive alternative to prepared mixes. These ingredients are always a staple in my house and therefore we are always ready to bake in the Easy Bake!

Recipe #61259


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