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    A goodie Betty shared with the group at our annual rughooking retreat. Recipe originally came from the back of a Duncan Hines brownie box, but she decided she liked a Betty Crocker boxed brownie mix better. Cook time does not include time to cool. I thought the oatmeal layer might detract from the brownie, but it was a wonderful compliment.

    Recipe #199845

    These are a wonderful thin, crispy, nutty oatmeal cookie. The recipe is from The California Heritage Cookbook.

    Recipe #201090

    Betty is my rug hooking teacher and she makes these delectable bars at Christmastime. I'm not too wild about spice gumdrops by themselves, but in this cookie.....mmm. I especially like the flavor of the brownie part. It would be a great base for other add-ins.

    Recipe #54571

    Not your usual chocolate chip cookie. A family favorite from "Best of Friends" cookbook.

    Recipe #18078

    This snappy little oatmeal cookie loaded with coconut and pecans is from Southern Living magazine. I make them with a 2 tablespoon cookie scoop for uniformity and end up with perfectly crispy/chewy cookies that bake evenly from the center to the edge.

    Recipe #75741

    This is a Pillsbury Bake-Off recipe from the 50s. The Almond Joys are melted and mixed into the recipe. I expected a more chocolately brownie when I discovered this recipe and was surprised to end up with a "blonde" coconut brownie with only a hint of chocolate taste. Very good.

    Recipe #45880

    My mom is quite famous for these cookies. Everyone loves them.

    Recipe #182242

    This is an excellent cookie!! Well worth the work. One of my most favorite cookie recipes. From Jim Fobel's "Old-Fashioned Baking Book". This is a rich, chewy cookie.

    Recipe #18518

    We love these carrot cookies either plain or with butter cream frosting flavored with a little lemon zest and lemon juice, or try 1/2 recipe of Recipe #26165. These cookies have a nice cake-like texture--nice and soft. Note: Made these again today and thought I'd better add a comment. I made them about tablespoon sized and they cooked in 8 minutes. They don't need to brown on bottom--just cook until they are nice and firm.

    Recipe #17512

    This is an awesome cookie worth the little extra work caused from only cooking 6 at a time and then cooling on paper toweling. You won't be disappointed, I guarantee it!

    Recipe #17517

    A yummy treat kids love. You could also add a few salted peanuts or cashews to the mix for a tasty variation.

    Recipe #17331

    Who is Jane Davis anyway? I have used this quick and foolproof recipe for years and love it! Great tasting traditional brownie that is more melt-in-your-mouth than chewy.

    Recipe #17486

    One of the best oatmeal cookies I've ever tasted. A definite family favorite. They are fantastic without the optional nuts, raisins or chocolate. Photo by KC Cooker is how these cookies look when I bake them--fairly flat, chewy in the middle with crispy edges. Yum.....

    Recipe #15345

    I found this cookie recipe in First magazine many years ago. It is an excellent soft cookie. These large cookies are perfect for bake sales. If you make smaller cookies (1/8 cup dough per cookie), shorten baking time. This dough also makes an excellent plain cookie--without the peanut butter cup.

    Recipe #15452

    This excellent cookie has just enough dough to hold all the pecans and chocolate chips together. Yum!

    Recipe #15453

    Great recipe for decorating! Both children and adults love these. Please note preparation time includes required chilling.

    Recipe #16711

    The sweetness of coconut with the zip of orange. A beautiful and tasty two-layer bar. From Better Homes & Gardens cookbook.

    Recipe #20793

    A moist, soft cookie bar that has been a favorite of my family for years. I got the recipe originally from my kid's Grandma B.

    Recipe #21766

    This is a wonderful no-bake cookie ball with a crispy peanut butter, Rice Krispies and nut center covered with coconut. Maybe more a candy than a cookie. Very tasty!

    Recipe #21781

    Kids love these cookies. They are great to wrap individually and sell at bake sales.

    Recipe #33541

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