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    244 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Don't blame me if you get addicted to these bars!

    Recipe #9989

    These are very popular all over Britain and can often be found in cafes, served with morning coffee or afternoon tea.

    Recipe #19221

    21 Reviews |  By Calee

    Is it a cookie or is it a tart? My favorite is lemon. I have made these tarts filled with recipe #213080. Also banana cream or coconut pie filling will work nicely to.

    Recipe #215530

    These are tasty and pretty easy. Great recipe to make with the kiddos.

    Recipe #45347

    154 Reviews |  By P4

    I tested 8 different butter cookie recipes, looking for the "perfect" butter cookie. It had to be buttery, a little crumbly (like shortbread), and not too sweet. This is the winner. I think these are the Worlds Best Butter Cookie, courtesy of Chef Alice Medrich.

    Recipe #50684

    2 Reviews |  By Olha

    This cookie dough is rolled out thin, cut into diamonds, slashed in the center, and twisted into a knot. Some call them "lover's knots."

    Recipe #80609

    I received this recipe from and aunt. These are so lemony and light. A real delight!

    Recipe #81695

    1 Reviews |  By glitter

    Melt in your mouth cookies. They were the rave this Christmas. Found the recipe years ago, and I just changed it ever so slightly. The chocolate and pecans on the ends makes all the difference! Make extra and freeze. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #82315

    This is a Mexi. To guarantee they puff, it is important to keep the oil at 375°F.

    Recipe #82856

    I can still remember the first time I had one of these cookies at a church picnic as a kid...MMmmm. I've loved them ever since. Easy to make and always popular. A classic!

    Recipe #4571

    Here's one from my archives...Yum!

    Recipe #84735

    6 Reviews |  By glitter

    This is older than the Saints I think...or at least every Great Grandma I knew made this one with their eyes closed. We just watched in amazement. It looked like parchment paper on the table and they worked wonders with it. It was delectible, flakey every time, and anything that oozed was sweet and crunchy and great to our palate. You can master it, but it is a challenge if you like that sort of thing....I know I do.

    Recipe #84737

    This is a very old cookie recipe i got from a The old Sturbridge village restoration site in Massachusetts. Traditionally, you stamp them with a cookie stamp to resemble a 4 o'clock flower. I'm posting the recipe for a board request. The recipe does not state how many cookies it makes. If someone tries these and lets us know, I will update the recipe to give the amount of cookie in a batch

    Recipe #72822

    These a delicious served with spaghetti sauce, or just on there own as a snack...they are quite easy to make, and can be prepared ahead, and stored in the freezer, just thaw and deep-fry.

    Recipe #78164

    This recipe is so good and easy. I keep on misplacing my recipe card so I thought I should post while I know where it is. I think everyone who likes caramel will love them.

    Recipe #93843

    Tastes similar to the Turtle's candy, but with a crust, and made in a baking pan...absolutely delicious...a wonderful treat!

    Recipe #78542

    This recipe goes back over 30 years! if desired you could add 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips into the batter and for the holidays add in some diced mixed candied fruit --- for perfect results all ingredients must be measured accurately, for a sweeter taste increase the sugar to 1 cup or a little more, I normally get 24-25 cookies from this recipe but it will depend on the size you slice them - these will keep well in a airtight container for up to 2 weeks or you may freeze so don't be afraid to make these well before the holidays! :)

    Recipe #78237

    One of my mom's best cookies. Once you make them I know you will love them also.

    Recipe #81744

    My friend Sylvia, who is German, shared this delicious recipe with me. They are hazelnut cookies sandwiched together with Nutella, a creamy chocolate & hazelnut spread. I have never made this recipe personally, only eaten it. I don't know how much Nutella you will actually need or how much dipping chocolate (should you choose to decorate these further) - I am estimating and will update the measurements when I try these out. However, if you have a full jar of Nutella spread on hand, that should be more than enough. Cook time is per batch. I don't know how many cookies this makes, so I am guessing at 36 cookie sandwiches.

    Recipe #81535

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