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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

Yes, you are reading correctly. It calls for 2/3 teaspoon of spices.

Recipe #172374

This is a sneak preview of a recipe coming out in a future magazine (ssshhhh);)

Recipe #259415

This is an old recipe from my Great Grandma Florence.

Recipe #104039

From Dana Kortie, Moorhead, MN.

Recipe #450672

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

Recipe #70140

These cookies do not have white flour in them, just oatmeal that has been run though a food processor. Has raisins. This is a very soft cookie that really expands. I am putting in the option of almond flour with this. Rudy likes them both ways. This is a very old cookie recipe; they must have made these cookies when they ran out of white flour.

Recipe #477914

3 Reviews |  By sprue

the more ginger the better!

Recipe #147912

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.

Recipe #436165

From my mother-in-law's recipes. It's really old and I don't know where she got it, but it's really coconutty. These are good and she made them a lot when Rudy was little in the 40's and 50's.

Recipe #112743

These cookies taste like pumpkin pie without the crust. Especially when they're warm out of the oven. Enjoy!

Recipe #3517

The BEST peanut butter cookie ever!! Soft, moist and chewy every time...bursting with peanut butter flavor. From "Mary Jane's Cookbook" These won't stay around the cookie jar for long. Make sure to store them in a covered container to keep them moist.

Recipe #73852

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

A friend's old cookie recipe. It's a soft cookie. bakers chocolate,in their wisdom ,sigh ,made squares smaller, until they change back use double

Recipe #149688

Recipe #368784

Perfect for Autumn.

Recipe #39393

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

Old recipe from Tilden Ne; has coconut, oats, and nuts. No real instructions given.

Recipe #466553

This is a very old recipe. Libbie says to sieve the pumpkin. I just used canned pumpkin and a lot of spice and lemon extract.

Recipe #477092

verym old recipe from gladys m. wilgocki via sally grossrode no real instructions just ingredients if anyone remembers these give me an z mail ive gooten close

Recipe #413943

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