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    These are the best sugar cookies I have ever had. Quantity is a guesstimate - it depends on the size of your cookie cutter. Be careful not to overbake.

    Recipe #111674

    Brown Sugar Shortbread

    Recipe #334

    This recipe was cut from the outer packaging of Land O Lakes butter back in the '60s by my mother. She saved it and used it as a recipe card all these years. These cookies are so good and easy to make. There are variations at the end of the recipe (we've tried them all).

    Recipe #194509

    I love these rich, very sweet, addictive cookies. I adapted this recipe from one I found and loved on allrecipes.com. I have altered it somewhat to suit my tastes and my preferred baking techniques but this is based on the recipe known there as Aunt Cora's World's Best Cookies. Cook time is per batch, cooking one sheet at a time.

    Recipe #51104

    I love the flavor of green tea powder in baked European-style sweets. Lately, I've been searching for a few recipes and found this one on the internet. Typically, I use a really good quality green tea (from Toraya), but even I find the green tea flavor to be too intense, so I use the lesser amount of green tea and increase the amount of powdered sugar. For less expensive grades of tea, I just use the greater amount of tea. You can purchase green tea powder at the Japanese grocers, but it will come in a variety of grades. The lower grades will use dried spinach to boost the color, but the tea flavor will not be as intense. The cookies are bright green (like the color of spring grass); they smell lovely, but have a bitter edge to them because of the green tea. It's typically an "adult" flavor, but my kids really like them with a bit of vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #112897

    3 Reviews |  By ribbit!

    I found this recipe on the Culinaryteas.com web site. I'm always on the look out for interesting recipes using green tea, so here it is! Note: the preparation time does not include the time to chill the dough.

    Recipe #101572

    Allow an extra 30 minutes to chill the dough. From Real Simple (May 2005)

    Recipe #119032

    These are my absolute favorite cookies. A friend in college had received a huge tin of homemade cookies from her mother and a version of these cookies were inside, along with many other types of cookies. I had never heard of black pepper cookies before and loved the unique flavor-sweet & buttery, with a slight kick from the pepper. I searched for years to find the recipe and finally found it in a Watkins spices cookbook several years ago. I make these every year for the holidays and everyone always wants to know the secret of my "vanilla flecked" butter cookies. Update: Eggs sizes seem to be shrinking, so depending upon the size of the eggs in your area, you may need to use an XL egg rather than a large. Regarding the pepper: fresh ground will produce huge grains of pepper and make things far too peppery and savory tasting. Please use finely ground pre-ground black pepper in this recipe, carefully measured using a measuring spoon and leveled off.

    Recipe #74251

    Heavenly is all I can say!! I had these cookies on a trip many years ago while staying at a Doubletree Hotel (they left one on each pillow each day after cleaning the rooms) and always thought they were "THE BEST" chocolate chip cookies I had ever eaten! I have searched High and Low for a recipe for anything similar to what I had eaten at the Doubletree and recently found this recipe (unfortunately I can't remember where I got the recipe from)and have made them several times since. They are a little more time-consuming than regular chocolate chip cookies but well worth the extra time! This recipe makes extra large cookies. I'm not sure as to the exact prep time and I don't always chill the dough overnight) From Even More Top Secret Recipes.

    Recipe #48943

    These are not your traditional flat dry criss-cross peanut butter cookie, if that's what you are after then pass this by, these are one of the best cookie recipes! :)

    Recipe #73224

    I finally found the BEST recipe after ages and ages of attempts to make the best chocolate chip cookies

    Recipe #173707

    I took a recipe and made it my own. These cookies turned out to be a hit in my family. I only make them at Christmas and the family looks forward to them every year.

    Recipe #188034

    If you like pecan pie you'll love these pecan pie bars with chocolate! Easy to make and easy to dissappear! RS: VeryBestBaking

    Recipe #189748

    With three ingredients, these are so simple and the sweet and salty go so well together. These are something I plan to give as Christmas gifts or take to our Christmas shindig at church. We usually have cookies, coffee, and punch after and I'm sure these will be the hit of the party! Chill time is not included

    Recipe #191491

    24 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

    Easy summer dessert from Kraft. I actually made these as blackberry, rather than blueberry, and substituted a 21-ounce can of blackberry pie filling I had on hand for the jam and the blueberries.

    Recipe #125735

    3 Reviews |  By yooper

    Got this one off of about.com's Southern Food forum. Haven't tried these, but I'm posting this for all the sweet potato addicts here!

    Recipe #42015

    I discovered this recipe while searching for a clone of the cranberry bars from a famous coffee house. These are nothing like those - they're better! I found this recipe in the December 2003 issue of Good Housekeeping.

    Recipe #191271

    This bar is a healthy and nutritious bar.

    Recipe #107676

    These have a wonderful texture - buttery, melt-in-your-mouth soft, yet a little crunchy. The cornstarch makes this shortbread especially tender, while the addition of oatmeal give it a bit of crunch. Using old-fashioned oats instead of quick-cooking will provide more crunch. Recipe by Elinor Klivans. These can be made ahead and frozen up to 3 months. Wrap them tightly with plastic wrap, then seal in a clean plastic/metal container.

    Recipe #105403

    Delicious, and healthy, (if somewhat unusual) cookie.

    Recipe #168830

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