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    The first cookies I won a ribbon for in the state fair! From the Ghirardelli web site.

    Recipe #509139

    These Apple Pie-like Cookies are made of real Pie Crust layered with sticky Caramel, and a slathering of Apple Pie Filling, topped with a flaky and adorable Cinnamon & Nutmeg lattice crust.. So good. I use a jar lid for a cookie cutter. You can make these as large or as small as you like. From OhBiteIt. Go to their website for mouthwatering pictures. For a variation, use chocolate frosting and cherry pie filling. Yum. Maybe next time I will use blueberry filling with cream cheese to spread instead of caramel....or how about using jam instead of pie filling?

    Recipe #508540

    Classic soft and chewy oatmeal cookies with a hint of coffee and cream. The cream component is white chocolate chips. Who knew?! From Bake Your Day. The original recipe called for all white chocolate chips, I have taken the liberty to use half white and half dark chocolate. If you have a food scale, measure the sugars for accuracy.

    Recipe #496772

    One of the favorite recipes made at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur California. I lived there for awhile and loved the food! This makes alot of cookies, so feel free to 1/2 or 1/4 the recipe.

    Recipe #492622

    Yummy bars created for an annual 5 K "Fun Run" and adapted from Cooking for Two with the Micheff Sisters. A vegan recipe.

    Recipe #485543

    Recipe courtesy Melissa Stadler for 2011 Cooking Channel, Show: The Perfect 3 Episode: Cookies

    Recipe #481146

    I saw this on Ten Dollar Dinners and it sounded delish. I have it on the menu to make and didn't want to lose it, so posting it here. The flavor is bright and the cookies are soft and chewy. I hope you enjoy, it has rave reviews on the foodnetwork site. You can use smaller scoops to make 30 intead of 15 cookies. One reviewer made these dairy and gluten free by substituting coconut oil (@ room temp coconut oil is in its solid form, in place of butter; adds natural sweetness, eliminates all the cholesterol, All Purpose Gluten Free Flour, and adding 1/4 tsp Xanthan Gum per 1c flour (helps ingredients bind as would gluten. She baked them in a convection oven at 350 degrees for 9 minutes. Recipe courtesy Melissa d'Arabian, Episode: Wallet Friendly Wraps

    Recipe #477301

    These delicious homemade candy bars, with their filling of light chocolate nougat and creamy caramel, resemble the popular Milky Way candy bars. From about.com.

    Recipe #469189

    I thought these looked so cute and so easy to make, I had to post. Adapted from Family Fun magazine, Oct. 2011. Fun for any time of year. Do not give these to your dogs, they may not eat chocolate.

    Recipe #468807

    Almond butter, brown rice crisps, raisins and agave nectar give this classic treat a healthier update. This yummy recipe comes from Whole Foods.

    Recipe #468425

    This is for all my friends that adore peanut butter! These are a little time consuming, but definitely worth it! Very rich and very fantastic! Actually, you can use natural peanut butter but they will make the layer harder. Reviewers said to make about 25% more ganache, so you might try that. Taken from Anne Thornton Show: Dessert First, Episode: Brownie Bonanza

    Recipe #459888

    This crowd-pleasing cookie dough can be made ahead and frozen. Simply shape dough into a log before freezing. Then thaw, slice and bake. I have friends who play dominoes each week, so plan to surprise them one day with these. This needs to be chilled for one hour, so plan accordingly. Adapted from Country Living magazine.

    Recipe #457803

    These look so good, I've got to make some soon! Made with peach and raspberry preserves! Putting here for safekeeping. Adapted from Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #457444

    Okay, I am really having a serious sweet tooth attack! These will wow your friends and have them asking for the recipe. Putting here so I will make them asap! Adapted from Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #457446

    Spanish in origin, it is still to this day eaten in Spain for breakfast. I don't eat much fried foods anymore, but I would eat this. Gleaned from Bobby Flay, from his show Brunch at Bobby's, Episode: Siesta Fiesta, pretty much word for word.

    Recipe #454368

    These cookies are so good with a sweet cream cheese filling that goes in the middle! Perfect for eating in your kitchen or pack them up and take them on a picnic or to a potluck! Adapted from Martha Stewart Living magazine(March 2011). Go to marthastewart.com/cookies-clip-art to get some cute labels for your cookies. Print onto adhesive paper or attach with double sided tape.

    Recipe #453035

    Just what the name says! You can use different kinds of chocolate to suit your taste. This recipe uses rice flour, but you could switch it out for the flour that you prefer. Enjoy! Adapted from LemonPi and based on Alice Medrich’s recipe from Bittersweet.

    Recipe #448580

    Oh my goodness. So yummy and easy to make. You don't even need a campfire to get the marshmallows nice and browned around the edges. This is fun and yummy for kids and adults! I found this on a great food blog, Sweet and Savory. Thanks Alice!

    Recipe #448579

    Found this in a 2008 Taste of Home magazine, and posting it here to try later. This was submitted by Holly Snyder from Milton Penn. Prep time includes chilling.

    Recipe #446882

    These look decadent and certainly for people with a big sweet tooth! I have borrowed a Taste of Home from 2008 and putting this up for safekeeping. This was sent in by Barb Bovberg from Ft. Collins, Colorado. That's where I just visited!

    Recipe #446939

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