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    All kinds of great cookie recipes for the cookie jar or gifts. Cookies make great gifts for all occasions. Place cookies on a paper or plastic plate, or a pretty china plate from a second-hand store, line the plate with a paper doily; cover with plastic wrap and add a bow. Or, place cookies in a printed dollar-store box or tin lined with tissue paper, parchment paper or wax paper. Or place wrapped cookies in a basket lined with a pretty linen tea towel from the dollar store. Add some candies, fruit, and nuts in shells. You can also include the recipes for the cookies on a handwritten card. Photo is by calee for Honey Roasted Peanut Butter Toffee Swirl Cookies.
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    A recipe I found on Outside Oslo, A Scandinavian Food Blog by Daytona Strong. This is a recipe from her grandmother and it didn't include an exact oven temperature or time, but stated to bake in a slow oven, which is a 300-325 degree oven and I would check on them starting at 12 minutes. Here is what she states about the cookies: "With just four ingredients–oatmeal, sugar, butter, and an egg–these cookies are much different from the chewier, denser American oatmeal cookies. These are at once decadent and delicate, with the flavors of the oats and the butter being allowed to shine."

    Recipe #503971

    Try these totally guilt-free, healthy cookies with only 5 ingredients... bananas, oatmeal, chocolate chips, and vanilla. This is a softer cookie, so it would make a great breakfast with an ice cold glass of milk!

    Recipe #483231

    Easy to make cookies with saltine crackers or graham crackers. Makes a whole cookie sheet of cookies.

    Recipe #112392

    A melt-in-your mouth, first prize winning recipe from a Scottish Mother, and published in Taste of Home magazine. This shortbread also won a red ribbon at a fair. Easy to make with only three ingredients; butter, brown sugar and flour. I use a plastic quilt ruler, that I keep just for baking, to measure out the dough strips. Instead of the ruler, you could make a pattern from wax paper or a plastic lid to get all your cookies a nice even size. Makes a wonderful gift for any occasion.

    Recipe #163376

    These cookies were originally called thimble cookies because a thimble was used to make the indentation for the jam. Another golden oldie from my 1960's recipe files, in response to a request.

    Recipe #147258

    An easy to make egg-free frosting that works great for decorating cookies for holidays, birthdays and parties. You can make half the recipe if you like. When you need to add coloring to icing, use color paste. If you use liquid coloring, you may need to add more icing sugar. Add a little cocoa for chocolate cookie icing. Posted in response to a request.

    Recipe #141513

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    You won't miss the butter when using the shortening because the chips and buttershots liqueur adds to it! The shortening keeps these cookies nice and full.

    Recipe #108042

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Cookies to have anytime . I made them for a Luau. One make ahead dessert.

    Recipe #125512

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I just enjoy Raspberry, Walnuts, & Chocolate so together they go into this bar cookie.

    Recipe #145324

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Be sure to place a ribbon on the jar with directions for baking.

    Recipe #201118

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A Christmas MUST!!!!! These really need to be made with solo almond fillng not almond paste. I made bought ways and the paste is no way as tender as made with the solo fillng. http://www.solofoods.com/cprod.html

    Recipe #47545

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I saw all these warming spices and I knew I'll like this recipe. I just enjoy Cardamom. Found at: http://www.webterrace.com/christmascookies/recipe2.htm

    Recipe #77477

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    For all you Chocolate Lovers with the richness of almond. I bet you can't eat just one! These cookies I make for the Holidays! Almond filling is defined (SOLO)it comes in only one size thats 12 1/2 ounces. Almond paste and filling are 2 different things! The almond filling give the cookie a very soft texture. www.solofoods.com

    Recipe #72118

    17 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A nice treat to have when serving martinis or top your favorite pie, salad or veggie dish with them. Wrap in a air-tight container. Give as a gift. Appetizer or dessert you choose.

    Recipe #77989

    12 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Holiday Treats! Can them for gifts! Top Christmas cookies with them! Garnish a salad with them. Or just eat them as is yummy good. Decorate a cake or pumpkin pie with them. Ok you know what you better double the recipe!

    Recipe #78132

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    These flaky little crescents were passed on to me from my grandmother. Flour can vary add more or less depending on moisture in the air. Powdered Sugar is used for rolling. The amount can vary because you can roll as big (producing less in amount)or little (produced many little tasty treats)circles as you want.

    Recipe #50963

    51 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I had these sweet and salty saltines covered with chocolate and topped with nuts which I tweaked at a friend's house. Very addictive little treats.Use topping to suit the occasion.

    Recipe #134153

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    These Polish cookies are very time consuming to make. It's a great help to have a bunch of your favorite family members to help! They are very flavorful and rich. This recipe makes hundreds of cookies. Literally. But they are worth it in the end. The cognac can easily be omitted entirely But why bother! You can cut the kneading time down by using a food processor! Use a couple of pans for frying to make it go faster! (Assembly line)! Cook time is 1 minute per batch of cookies!

    Recipe #56742

    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Found these at www.webterrace.com Since I'm Polish have to try them.

    Recipe #77476

    Posted by request, these pretty little cookies are very often served at holiday gatherings in many Italian American families. You may shape them any way you prefer, and change the flavoring of the icing slightly to suit your tastes. The original recipe came from one of my favorite community style cookbooks called "Preserving Our Italian Heritage" compiled by the Sons of Italy Florida Foundation. I combined several variations submitted by 5 different ladies, all of whom used the same basic cookie recipe but used slightly different methods in shaping and icing the cookies. The yield will vary depending upon how you shape your cookies.

    Recipe #22989

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