The next best thing to pecan pie! From the February 2004 issue of Woman's World magazine. *Important note*: I must have left out either an ingredient and/or steps in this recipe. Unfortunately I cannot find the original recipe. Please choose another cookie recipe. Very sorry for any inconvenience. Cookgirl
I got this recipe from my great grandmother years ago before she passed on. We make these a lot in the fall as the maple flavor reminds us of the leaves falling. We also add finely chopped pecans to give it a little crunch. Prep time does not include chill time.
These are one of my family's classic Christmas cookies...and I'm posting them in July. I know, I know - hush. Make sure you let these sit for several weeks before serving - the rum is a touch strong otherwise. Time includes mixing and forming the balls.
Yup, it's another chocolate chip cookie recipe! This chewie cookie gets some extra crunch from frosted corn flakes. Instead of the chocolate chips, you can use chopped nuts, raisins or coconut, or any combination that you like, equaling at least the 1 cup total. Cooking time is per cookie sheet.
These are so rich and decadent. They are very moist, not a crisp cookie ever! They do not go stale quickly so they travel nicely. Great for holidays and special occasions. I have omitted the coconut before with out any problems.
This is a great recipe to use up that 1/2 cup leftover pumpkin. Good flavour too. Made this today and used 1/2 cup Splenda instead of white sugar. Used whole wheat flour instead of white. Used a 1 1/2 in. cookie scoop and made 32 cookies. These are soft cakelike cookies. Raisins or nuts could be added if desired.