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    Yum. NOTE:Do not use lowfat margarine.

    Recipe #498725

    Kids love these and you can whip them up in less than 10 minutes. They are a cross between a cookie and a candy.

    Recipe #18029

    2 Reviews |  By racrgal

    This recipe is by far the best oatmeal cookie I've ever tasted. The only changes I made in her recipe was to add a teaspoon of cinnamon just because we like cinnamon. Craisins can be used in place of raisins. Prep time includes resting time.

    Recipe #414929

    2 Reviews |  By ctkirks

    hardy cookie that holds you over for a long time. tones of fiber

    Recipe #416520

    These cookies will make your mouth sing! If you love the flavor thar toasted nuts have, you will love these cookies. They are not a doctored up oatmeal cookie, but like a really good energy bar/cookie. These have been adapted from a bakery called "Tutti's" in Montecito, CA.

    Recipe #112707

    I have not tried this recipe. I got this recipe from Ossg Recipes. For a richer cookie, substitute sour cream for the plain yogurt. Very the jam flavor to suit your tastes.

    Recipe #335613

    Found this is in an old magazine. Enjoy!

    Recipe #415412

    I've never seen these before, but sounded good. She frosted her cookies with pink icing. From Paula's magazine Jan/Feb 2006. Prep time includes chill time.

    Recipe #392887

    From Taste Of Home Holiday & Celebrations Cookbook 2008

    Recipe #392453

    This a cookie recipe from Martha - and is it ever delicious!! I have used nectarines, and it is very good also - just so delectable!!

    Recipe #387668

    From favorite brand name bake sale cookbook

    Recipe #387109

    1067 Reviews |  By Bev

    You've made oatmeal-raisin cookies before, so why try these? Because they're moist, chewy and loaded with raisins - and they're better than any you've tried before! From Cuisine Magazine

    Recipe #35813

    I've been perfecting this recipe for awhile now and i think i finally got it! These cookies are light and fluffy and topped with sweet maple and walnuts. one of my favorites.

    Recipe #385989

    From the Dec 2008 / Jan 2009 Fine Cooking magazine. Prep time includes chill time for dough. Cookie has a delicate, almost shortbread texture with the hint of mint in the filling balancing the richness of the chocolate.

    Recipe #347070

    I got this from Starbucks, so no more paying for a batch you can make yourself! Enjoy!

    Recipe #383224

    An old classic, especially great for kids (to make and eat!). Definitely supervise children when melting the butter, sugar and honey in the saucepan though...when I first made this when I was a kid I was cooking by myself and set the saucepan on fire, I then ran away because I was scared! The importance of supervision! The peanuts are optional, and can easily be left out if they're for birthday parties, etc, where nut allergies may be present.

    Recipe #383167

    3 Reviews |  By Mrs. H

    My take on Giada De Laurentiis' recipe for Chocolate Hazelnut Biscotti. Delicious cookies that are guaranteed to have people asking "What's in here?" These cookies where my first foray into baking, and they were very easy for a beginner. My family, who knows my cooking inabilities, thought they were slice and bake! Suggestion: I use a Silpat silicon baking sheet on my cookie sheet. It keeps the bottoms from getting too done.

    Recipe #381622

    Look to the cookie. These cake-style cookies are a staple in New York City. Growing up we used to buy these all the time and you can still get them in every bake-shop in the city. They were made famous to the rest of the world by an episode of Seinfeld entitled "The Dinner Party". They are more like small cakes than crunchy or chewy cookies, and should be roughly the size of the palm of your hand, if not, bigger. These are great for taking to a potluck, or if you've got a wayward New Yorker around.

    Recipe #180805

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