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    1067 Reviews |  By Bev

    You've made oatmeal-raisin cookies before, so why try these? Because they're moist, chewy and loaded with raisins - and they're better than any you've tried before! From Cuisine Magazine

    Recipe #35813

    These gingersnaps are super easy and super tasty. I brought these to work for a cookie exchange and everyone raved about how wonderful they were. I found the original recipe in my daughter's 'Taste of Home' cookbook and it is definitely a keeper! I have made a few changes and added a few tips to guaranteed success. Enjoy!

    Recipe #274188

    I was planning to make recipe#113299 for a Christmas party and wanted a chocolate tart as well so I just made it up as I went along! They turned out great!! Half way through the party they were all gone, people were hoarding them because they were disappearing so fast! They taste alot like Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies, can't go wrong there :)

    Recipe #404336

    My husband can't boil water, but he can make these cookies. Go figure. They are really good. My kids and husband love to eat the raw dough, so I am lucky to get half it baked. So when I say it makes 24 cookies, maybe.

    Recipe #399030

    I worked in medicine 40 years. Every Holiday a man I worked with would bring these in. I begged for years for the recipe to no avail. When he retired he gave me the recipe on the condition I would continue the tradition. I did. Now I am retired and these are too good to be a secret so I post them here for everyone to enjoy and to continue his tradition on a larger scale.

    Recipe #399199

    17 Reviews |  By Manda

    The name comes from my tendency to "sneak" just one more while nobody is watching;) These are an easy, chewy bar cookie that reminds me of my favorite candy bar...Snickers, of course!!! You must try this one, but be careful!!! They are addicting!! It is also fun to get the kids to help with this one (i.e. unwrapping caramels, sprinkling on the choc. chips. Prep time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #53505

    These wonderful buttery cookies come from "The Divine Miss M" an up and coming young cook I work with.

    Recipe #63027

    4 Reviews |  By SugaJ

    This was a cookie recently shared at my friend Donna's annual cookie exchange. Kelly is our friend who brought the cookie that had everyone asking "Who made this?" "Can I have the recipe?" "Are there anymore???". I looked on the Zaar and didn't see any quite like this one. Hope you enjoy this delight. I would caution that you keep these separate from your other cookies otherwise everything will taste minty.

    Recipe #407271

    Christmas is coming and everyone wants cookies and treats. I love these simple cookies that taste so festive and bright looking. They taste like a hot spiced tea, which is my favorite holiday drink.

    Recipe #335637

    This candy is always made for Christmas at our house. They taste a bit like Almond Joy candy bars. They are very yummy. I really don't have any idea how many this recipe makes, but I know it is a lot. These make great gifts placed in a Holiday tin.

    Recipe #104222

    This is my husband's grandmother's recipe that is cherished by the family. They are the best cookie that melts in your mouth. They don't have the normal peanut butter fork crossing...but more of a crackled sugar type cookie... My husband comes from a huge family - and these are one of the cherished recipes!!

    Recipe #66703

    This cookie recipe is a definite must have in your recipe box!! Warning! once you start eating these... it's really hard to stop at just two.. or three.. or.. well, you get the picture. :) My Grandmother gave me this delectably delicious recipe and Everyone who has ever tried them has asked me for the recipe! After trying these, my husband doesn't want any others. And, If you are going to take these cookies, for a treat, anywhere, be sure to have the recipe with you! You WILL definitely be asked for it. They are truly the most excellent, best ever, soft oatmeal raisin cookies I have ever had!

    Recipe #67478

    I got this recipe from my best friend, and we sat down and ate quite a few. You can not stop at one, they are very chocolaty and additive. YUMMY!

    Recipe #53301

    16 Reviews |  By seesko

    A easy and unique cookie that will impress all. I hope you enjoy these as much as my family does.

    Recipe #126443

    For many years these cookies have been our favorite 4th of July picnic cookies . . . soft and moist!

    Recipe #366553

    This is my favorite cookie-- it's hard to eat just one! The cookie is not too sweet or too chocolatey; they're soft and crumbly with the perfect amont of sweetness

    Recipe #444176

    This recipe is from Cooking with Paula Deen, Paula Deen's Christmas 2006. I just came across this recipe, and look forward to trying them... I love my grandmother's old fashioned cinnamon rolls, so these sounded like cookies I would absolutely love. What is better than cinnamon and nuts :) I plan to add these to my Christmas cookie trays next year, so you can bet I will be making them soon! Please Note: Preparation time is time making and refrigeration time and is just a guesstimate since I haven't made them yet.

    Recipe #447591

    if your looking for an everyday run-of-the-mill cake-style brownie then pass this by, this is a a moist chewy extreme chocolate bakery-style brownie that takes little time to make and tastes even better the next day, it's everything a good brownie should be! --- I have even made these using half brown sugar and half white sugar, the amount of sugar listed will give you a sweet brownie you may reduce the sugar by 1/4 cup or more if desired or if you have a sweet tooth use amount stated --- add in a couple of tablespoons of coffee-flavored liqueur in place of the vanilla if desired -- according to a reviewer oil may be used in place of the butter successfully --- these brownies freeze very well, they are so simple to make just mix everything by hand, they bake out so rich and sinful! --- see recipe#89207

    Recipe #87925

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    We bought a bunch of dark chocolate covered raisins from the candy bins where you scoop out what you want. So my DH scooped up a lot! I hid half of it till I tossed this recipe together. The outside is crunchy, but the center will be moist and chewy. This recipe has two methods of directions so it's not a hard recipe to put together. Your choice.

    Recipe #148620

    Source: Rachael Ray magazine

    Recipe #310995

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