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 .
These little gems are bursting with scads of chocolate:) and just a minimal amount of flour to hold everything in line! Crispy outside and soft inside, with a chocolate rush so intense your mouth may feel it for days!!! Hope you love these:) *Prep time includes chill time.*
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 http://www.afghancooking.net.
Molly Katzan. You can make this tahini (sesame butter) tastes similar to peanut butter cookies (not as sweet). You can make without the sesame seeds and you don't have to roll them out either. They are really good stuff!
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!!
An old recipe from my MIL Libby.The directions for baking are not here as she used a wood stove. Watch them as I am guessing on the time and temperature. She made these a lot when Rudy was growing up. They are wonderful. She loves anything with coconut. Her Mother kept a jar of it just for her.