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    these are REALLY old cookie recipes from farm women in ne and my families cookie recipes and just cookies ive liked there is a wide selection here . some had vey little instruction so bear with them . and ive been written alot because people where looking everywhere for this recipe that their grandma made , if your looking it might be here .
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    These are easy no-bake cookies my children are always asking for, but we have to have for the holidays. They are so easy the kids can take over after you melt the almond bark.

    Recipe #342227

    1 Reviews |  By awalde

    These Swiss cookies have been baked since medieval times! For Krabeli you do not need the fancy molds (stamps).

    Recipe #440896

    from darlene kossman very old recipe

    Recipe #341321

    It was written in a old Nebraska cook book. Basil Leckerli Swiss cookie is a pioneer recipe. I know that the Swiss settled here; I am writing recipe as written; no temperatures or amounts given.

    Recipe #465036

    125th Anniversary of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church. This looked good. There are sure a lot of good cooks up Minnesota way.

    Recipe #124005

    From the Betty Crocker Cook Book. Haven't tried them yet. They sound good and I do have that darned rhubarb, lol.

    Recipe #123992

    I took this recipe to a cookie exchange after seeing it on a Martha Stewart show. It was the hit of the exchange.

    Recipe #333174

    from darlene kossman just ingredients given no instructions

    Recipe #367281

    3 Reviews |  By sprue

    the more ginger the better!

    Recipe #147912

    I don't know where I got this recipe but it's good.

    Recipe #104249

    has cream cheese and chocolate a recipe from lois lind via sally grosserode old recipe . is a soft cookie make sure and use teaspoon or will take longer to cook used 2 tablespoons cocoa liked these alot

    Recipe #414870

    4 Reviews |  By Midge8

    This is a family recipe that is made every Christmas. It's a really rich chocolate cookie and I haven't found anyone that doesn't like them and give out the recipe every time. This is the recipe I won with on the m&m's site. ENJOY!!

    Recipe #25005

    5 Reviews |  By Az B

    From Better Homes & Gardens 100 Best Cookies 2004

    Recipe #340108

    From very old clipping from Darlene Kossman. The cookie dough needs overnight chilling.

    Recipe #415582

    12 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    What a great treat. Very rich, creamy and easy to prepare. They are wonderful for an assortment of sweets during the holidays or a cookie exchange. Perfect for the chocoholic!

    Recipe #92338

    History in the Baking. This cookie is very good. its a shortbread cookie but better it was my bosses kirks favorite cookie

    Recipe #124060

    This is a beautiful naturally gluten free cookie that looks pretty and tastes very nice masha Allah. I make these as gifts as well as for family. Make sure not to over mix when making the whole batch. I always make a half batch at a time and bake as soon as possible. Over mixing or handling the batter will make the cookies tougher. Found on

    Recipe #436165

    Secrets of Hungarian Cooking. Boy I was really hoping someone on zaar had already posted this beast, but of course, if they have I couldn't find it. It looks like it was made a lot. If anyone knows something about these bad boys, please feel free to add input. There are 4 filling recipes so if you're wanting those, here they are.

    Recipe #124095

    History in the Baking. 50th Anniversary Our Saviors Lutheran Church. Boy you Lutherans sure know how to cook. These are soft cookies.

    Recipe #124047

    It's a recipe from my neighbor. Her kids love them. I was intrigued by the ingredients.

    Recipe #70140

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