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    The Glaze is used to obtain a smooth icing surface on the cookies in preparation for decorating them with Piped Icing.

    Recipe #196687

    The Piped Icing is used to decorate the cookies, i.e., write names on the Christmas Stocking Cookies and lights and garland to the Christmas Tree Cookies.

    Recipe #196692

    Great icing for rolled cookies.

    Recipe #196696

    This Carol Howard's Mother's Spritz cookie recipe. Delicious!

    Recipe #196698

    This is Dan Howard's Grandmother Reed's Sugar Cookie recipe. A traditional Christmas favorite of the Howard family.

    Recipe #196700

    These delicious bars taste just like peanut butter cups.

    Recipe #196706

    Recipe #196967

    Traditional Holiday Favorite. Grandma Katie's Recipe.

    Recipe #196969

    As the title suggests, this recipe has been in the family for over 100 years! Gumdrop Cake is like a light fruit cake that kids love. It makes a great gift.

    Recipe #196904

    This is a very good recipe from Gale Gand on the Food Network.

    Recipe #196908

    8 Reviews |  By aremac

    This recipe came to me from my Grandma Erickson. How far back into the Erickson or Gustafson family it originated, I can't say. The recipe looks a lot like plain sugar cookies but, the honey gives them a subtle but unique flavor. Sorry about the sugar confusion. The brown comes from the baking but I find that having them not so brown is better than burnt. That said, if you can watch them closely, a nice golden brown gives an added dimension to them, but be careful, they will burn in a heart beat.

    Recipe #70304

    These resemble individual apple crisps- but with bananas and are great for breakfast on the go!

    Recipe #196755

    1 Reviews |  By beckerd

    I found this recipe in an old candy cookbook. If your looking for something a little different and not made with chocolate, then this is a good recipe to try.

    Recipe #196759

    A response to a recipe request, here's a delicious old fashioned treat! Requires a candy thermometer. Best if you've made candy previous to using this recipe, as this one can be a little daunting, but hey, if you're adventurous have a go at it! ;)

    Recipe #29157

    If you like chocolate & spicy foods ... You're gonna love these!

    Recipe #196572

    Butter sesame cookie, great for dipping in coffee or tea.

    Recipe #196577

    Very easy...very light and delicious. I'm mad for all things lemony!

    Recipe #196607

    1 Reviews |  By Marich

    This was my mom's recipe. A different take on cheesecake but creamy and not too sweet. Try this and you won't be sorry!

    Recipe #196400

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