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    44 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    Like most Italian cookies, these lemon drop cookies aren't too sweet. The perfect summer-time treat or a great addition to your holiday cookie tray!

    Recipe #104852

    I adopted this recipe in 9/2006. The name alone was enough to get my attention as I love lemon. These have a VERY subtle lemon taste - they more like a sugar cookie actually.

    Recipe #75755

    Small, light delicious, easy to make cookie. You can make two ways, either with anisette extract or lemon extract, depends upon your preference. Note: this is a dry type cookies, but delicious

    Recipe #151607

    I had these at a friend's little girl's birthday party. I don't normally rave about a cookie. And, it takes a special dessert to get my attention. These cookies were amazing. I like my cookies soft. This fit the bill. Plus, they decorated beautifuly. They reminded me of the look of a Cookie Bouquet cookie with a lot better taste. The icing is Wilton's buttercream icing. A thin layer of this made for an amazing cookie.

    Recipe #336918

    Recieved this from KA Flour and decided to add them to my Holiday Cookie tray as in this house we are major chocolate fans. The description is what made me want to make them. "Chewy, rich chocolate cookies with no added fat and no gluten. They get texture from the egg whites and flavor from cocoa powder (which represents the only fat in the recipe) Plus easy to make, just stir together scoop and bake for 8 minutes. I did add about a cup of cappacino chips and chopped walnuts to mine which did take away from no added fat but it was sure good. The yield depends on the size of your cookies

    Recipe #469503

    Seriously - if you love peanut butter and chocolate these cookes are a MUST try. Imagine a wonderful chewy chocolate cookie with a creamy peanut butter filling - it is as good as it sounds. The recipe is from Toronto Star. We made them today and they will be on our cookie tray for years to come - for sure! The recipe mentions that the cookie does well with a 15 second reheat in the microwave on day 3. I don't think we will get to try that in this household.

    Recipe #444449

    A rich brownie that is mixed in a sauce pan on the stove. Easy, dense and SOOOOOO good!!

    Recipe #118242

    I'm not sure where I got this recipe from originally but the combinations fascinated me. When I went to make them I didn't have any cardamom (and almost past out when I saw the price of a little bottle!) so I used 1/4 tsp. nutmeg and 1/4 tsp. ginger in place of it. I loved the results! If I every can afford the cardamom (ha ha!) I'll try the recipe again as written.

    Recipe #3560

    Untried. Putting it here for safekeeping

    Recipe #271889

    This recipe is inspired by a similar version of a recipe from Julie Van Rosendaal's "One Smart Cookie." Perfect with a cup of coffee. Be certain that you like hazelnuts before preparing this recipe; the nutty flavor is distinct!! If you want a stronger coffee flavor, use espresso, otherwise I recommend a strong dark blend

    Recipe #159532

    These festive low-fat biscotti are another twist on Julie Van Rosendaal's low-fat biscotti recipe. With only two tablespoons of butter for the entire recipe, you can enjoy your favorite treats this holiday without feeling guilty. Don't forget to divide the dough into two separate loaves or the cookies won't cook evenly. Also, the dough may be more crumbly than traditional biscotti dough. Just use your hands to work it into a log, but be careful not to compact the dough too much. These can be made year round by replacing the colored sugars with white sugar and using plain white chocolate chips. Also try adding peppermint candies and peppermint extract in place of the white chocolate and vanilla respectively. ENJOY!

    Recipe #198941

    1 Reviews |  By Marz

    This was published in Cook's Country 2008 Dec issue, and this recipe was one of the winners of their annual holiday cookie contest. Submitted by Jennifer Parks from Tucson Ariz, this recipe promises to out shine your cookie platter this holiday season. The recipe is a combination of Nutella spread and actual hazelnuts.

    Recipe #336533

    These cookies are delicious. And nutritious as well!! So yummy!!!

    Recipe #16888

    Recipe #196401

    Adapted from a recipe by Kerry Saretsky at Serious Eats http://tinyurl.com/d7b834 - She describes them as "These cookies are to die for—the texture of a crumbly-chewy chocolate chip cookie, studded with buttery pine nuts, perfumed with exotic, but sweet and familiar vanilla. Then there's the flavor you just can't place off the top of your head, that tart, fruity sweetness of the pomegranate molasses. These are very special, with an upscale, artisan flavor, and comforting, addictive sweet texture. Dipped in milk, they're a surprise wrapped in an everyday cookie wrapper."

    Recipe #363277

    During the holidays my family has a longstanding tradition of baking cookie trays for family and friends. This year, my circle includes a friend who has been advised by her doctor to dramatically reduce her carbohydrate intake. Not wanting to leave her out of the cookie circle, I tracked this recipe down on the web and have posted it here for others interested in low-carb baking. The resulting cookie is a little crumbly like a shortbread with a soft nutty flavor. I like the variation, my own, of adding the egg as the cookie holds together more and has a thin marzipan like center. A bit too rich for my low-fat taste buds but a certain hit for a low-carb diet. According to the recipe these have about 2.7g carbs per cookie.

    Recipe #147237

    Adapted from the classic "Back vergnuegen wie noch nie, " which I have translated into English from the German. Prep time includes a 30 minute soak for the raisins. Cook time is per batch. Look for approx American cup measurements at the bottom.

    Recipe #78839

    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

    9 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    This is my favorite Cucidati recipe!!! These cookies are a little time consuming, but well worth the effort! It wouldn't be Christmas in our house without them. I make them every year, often doubling the recipe! I can't remember how many cookies this recipe makes, and often they disappear before I can start counting! (Prep time includes chilling time)

    Recipe #82939

    1 Reviews |  By ukichix

    A flavorful "cookie" to enjoy with that special glass of Wine. Recipe came from the magazine distributed at the liquor store. Great for making up a batch and giving to holiday hosts with a bottle of red. (recipe calls for 2 kinds of paprika, I only used regular paprika, old white cheddar cheese, hard margarine in place of butter, and an all-purpose gluten free flour blend) Dough and baked cookies both freeze well

    Recipe #402937

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