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    This is my very favorite gingerbread cookie recipe. The dough is so firm and nice to work with and is so wonderful smelling that it is almost like a stress reliever. These disappear in lightning speed in my house! This recipe is adapted from a recipe in the Joy of Cooking and according to the entry they only have 3 grams of fat per cookie! If you want crisp cookies roll out very thin. Thicker cookies = softer cookies, thinner cookies= crisper cookies. If the dough is too sticky, chilling should help. **I noticed a lot of people have been having some sticky dough issues. You need to make sure you let the dough rest at LEAST two hours. For some reason this helps make the dough more workable. I live in FL and we have terrible humidity, but I have never had a problem with sticky dough in this recipe.

    Recipe #80156

    This is my mom's recipe that just can't be beat. I don't know where the recipe came from, I just know they're good! I like them plain with raisins for decoration, but you can go all-out if you want! Have fun and enjoy!! *I used this recipe to make my gingerbread house, but the directions are slightly different for this. **See bottom of page.

    Recipe #135524

    These pretty, pink and white swirled, iced almond cookies came from the Woodbine Cottage in Granbury, TX (via my friend, Victoria!). They have a nice almond flavor, they keep well, and they look so pretty! I think they'd be nice for a baby shower, or for Valentine's Day, because of their pink color. (Note: I find this dough to be rather stiff, and recommend using a heavy-duty mixer.)

    Recipe #343328

    No baking necessary and always a big hit!! My niece made these last year for the holidays and I thought they were adorable. We don't like red hots, so I use mini M&M's. This also allows you to use various colors for the eyes and nose.

    Recipe #103175

    This is from the "Dining In" kosher cookbook; these cookies turn out really pretty. As a general rule, I hate working with dough that I need to roll, but I found this one very easy to deal with. I'm copying the recipe verbatim from the cookbook, but I really do not recommend mixing all the ingredients at once!! -- I did that and created a great big floury mess. It's probably a better idea to cream the margarine and sugar, and then alternate between gradually adding the flour and liquid ingredients. As for crushing the lollipops, I put them in a freezer bag and whacked at them with a rolling pin... triple-bagging is probably a good idea! It would probably work to crush them in a food processor, too. With the leftover dough from the cutouts, or if you just don't feel like cutting out shapes in the first place, you can make a "thumbprint" type cookie and fill the "wells" with the crushed lollipops.

    Recipe #271337

    6 Reviews |  By blucoat

    These dense and chewy cookies are made without butter or flour, and have an intense chocolate flavour. This recipe is from the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen (Bon Appétit Magazine, June 2008). Can also roll cookies in sugar prior to baking.

    Recipe #329345

    This dough is very easy to work with. We use this gingerbread to make our annual gingerbread houses. One recipe makes 3 fair sized gingerbread houses. This is also works excellent for gingerbread people. From Good Housekeeping Dec 94

    Recipe #149257

    This recipe is quick, easy, dries hard and shiny and tastes good too. I originally got if from Allrecipes.

    Recipe #64015

    You will not find a better sugar cookie anywhere you search, this will most likely be the only sugar cookie you will use, not only are these cookies buttery delicious, the dough is an absolute dream to work with, it rolls out easily and is easy to handle, also the cookies hold their shape when baked something many sugar cookies do not do --- make as many different colors as desired in separate bowls with the icing, the cookies must be completely cooled before icing --- plan ahead the dough must be chilled for at least 2 hours before rolling -- since these are topped with icing they are not a sweet cookie if you want a sweeter taste then increase the sugar amount

    Recipe #261889

    Sugar and spice and everything nice! That's how you'll find these really good old-fashioned molasses cookies adapted from a recipe by the Naborhood Bakery located in Gardner Village of West Jordan, Utah

    Recipe #155374

    This recipe has been handed down from my great grandmother in Germany. We've had these every Christmas since I can remember and I now make them every year with my kids. They are so delicious.

    Recipe #104197

    I love tart lemon desserts. This is a recipe I found on Betty Crocker that looks very good.

    Recipe #266248

    Homemade Oreos! Courtesy of my friend Sam on LiveJournal (http://copperbadge.livejournal.com).

    Recipe #320293

    I just came up with this one after basing it off several recipes. I had 2 use up some extra banana and was in the mood for cookies and chocolate, and a healthier alternative. These fit that bill and taste great, like a chocolate covered banana!!

    Recipe #89977

    This is a different twist from the ordinary peanut butter cookie, rolled up with melted chocolate in the center....delicious! (note: the cookie dough has to chill for 30 mins)

    Recipe #76501

    If you love cinnamon then you will love these cookies, bake them longer for a more crispy cookie, this makes a lot of cookies but they freeze well --- Source; Taste of Home Magazine :)

    Recipe #73205

    These are the most amazing sugar cookies. They bake out to a perfect round shape and are crispy around the edges! do not sub the Crisco butter flavor with regular butter, the cookie just will not have the same texture, and bake out very flat. If you are making these for Christmas, use red and green sugar, you can omit the cinnamon if desired and just roll in the sugar. I have even added 1 cup mini chocolate chips to the batter.... these cookies are fabulous!! Note, this recipe makes tons of cookies, so no need to double the recipe.

    Recipe #116883

    These cookies are so easy to make and so rich and fudgy :)

    Recipe #80441

    These cookies taste more like a mocha brownie...so fudgy and yummy, if you want a more crispier cookie, then bake a couple of minutes longer, for a chewy cookie, bake as stated...this recipe only produces approx 25-30 cookies, so double the recipe, but prepare the exact recipe in two separate mixing bowls.

    Recipe #78235

    When you bite into these rich, chocolate cookies, you'll think it is a brownie!

    Recipe #79159

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