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    Lemon and cheesecake--my favorite combination of flavors!

    Recipe #51329

    4 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    Recipe was found on the side of a box of Pillsbury Moist Supreme Lemon Cake Mix. I debated about posting, as there are similar recipes already in the Zaar database that use powdered sugar instead of the canned frosting in the cheesecake layer. I prepared these as a quick, last minute offering for Hubby to take to a local function, and didn't get to taste myself. However, he told me that my pan was one of the first things empty on the dessert table. I hope that means they were good. :)

    Recipe #236543

    These snickerdoodle cookies are so delicious, and they have the best texture. They are so fast to put together too! I actually got it from an old recipe that my Great Grandma had clipped out of a newspaper. Grandma always knows best!

    Recipe #97496

    Another way to use Triscuit crackers. Kids like it, but if they are salty, then you can make them with Graham crakers, too.

    Recipe #410833

    A delicious treat to indulge sometimes. (Not counting the calories)

    Recipe #419314

    Recipe is from Pillsbury website.

    Recipe #434424

    Quick fun and pretty tasty too! Kids love putting them together!

    Recipe #11676

    I found this recipe on the www.mccormick.com website. "Cinnamon is the star ingredient in this indulgent recipe certain to please one and all. This favorite holiday spice combines with gooey caramel for a truly decadent dessert."

    Recipe #347356

    This is from the "Dining In" kosher cookbook; these cookies turn out really pretty. As a general rule, I hate working with dough that I need to roll, but I found this one very easy to deal with. I'm copying the recipe verbatim from the cookbook, but I really do not recommend mixing all the ingredients at once!! -- I did that and created a great big floury mess. It's probably a better idea to cream the margarine and sugar, and then alternate between gradually adding the flour and liquid ingredients. As for crushing the lollipops, I put them in a freezer bag and whacked at them with a rolling pin... triple-bagging is probably a good idea! It would probably work to crush them in a food processor, too. With the leftover dough from the cutouts, or if you just don't feel like cutting out shapes in the first place, you can make a "thumbprint" type cookie and fill the "wells" with the crushed lollipops.

    Recipe #271337

    These are a little work but well worth the delighted faces of people seeing them for the first time. The base cookie is a little like a sugar cookie, but uses honey as a healthier alternative and gives it a nice flavor.

    Recipe #202518

    I'm terrible with a pastry bag and royal icing to decorate cookies. Just have no talent for it. I found this recipe at brownielocks.com and had to share it because the cookies turned out so well! Unlike other "stained glass" cookies that require hard candies that are, well, just too hard on a soft cookie, this makes a beautiful and edible solution. I did pipe the outlines in royal icing. Important: Use a paint brush and do a light coat first and let dry. After the first coat, you can daub on to fill up to your lines for a thicker coat. Cooking time is drying time.

    Recipe #344053

    12 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Decadent chocolate truffles, made even more sinful with the addition of your favourite liqueur. The yield will depend on how small you roll the truffles; I get at least 15 usually.

    Recipe #17701

    I like this recipe because it is very flexible allowing you to be very creative in how pretty you make the mints and design the mints to fit the occasion. My sister got this recipe from a friend.

    Recipe #397113

    something for the xmas table. Serves is aprox as i am yet to make it. Prep time includes 1hr refrigeration time.

    Recipe #401653

    These mini loaves are excellent for smaller portions of a delicious blueberry bread loaf, but especially good for a school bake sale. A recipe adapted from Mott's Applesauce, a healthier way to bake. Enjoy.

    Recipe #433656

    You will not find a better sugar cookie anywhere you search, this will most likely be the only sugar cookie you will use, not only are these cookies buttery delicious, the dough is an absolute dream to work with, it rolls out easily and is easy to handle, also the cookies hold their shape when baked something many sugar cookies do not do --- make as many different colors as desired in separate bowls with the icing, the cookies must be completely cooled before icing --- plan ahead the dough must be chilled for at least 2 hours before rolling -- since these are topped with icing they are not a sweet cookie if you want a sweeter taste then increase the sugar amount

    Recipe #261889

    I just made these from the Dec 2005 Good HouseKeeping magazine. The recipe was submitted by Faye Holloway of Tallulah, LA.I had to put them in the freezer or they would all be gone! The book says 8 dozen, I only got about 4.

    Recipe #149068

    2 Reviews |  By Bec

    A recipe by Lorraine Becken and Adelia Volz from the "From the Governor's Pantry" cookbook, Lind House Association in New Ulm, Minnesota, July 1988. The book is dedicated to the many volunteers who had donated their time, talents and money to restore the John Lind home.

    Recipe #124932

    This recipe comes from my husband's cousin, Tracie from North Dakota. She sent it to me for a family cookbook I'm assembling..and they are awesome!

    Recipe #86579

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