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    I can still remember the first time I had one of these cookies at a church picnic as a kid...MMmmm. I've loved them ever since. Easy to make and always popular. A classic!

    Recipe #4571

    Makes about 6 dozen. I usually freeze dough and bake when needed.

    Recipe #130353

    Sweet and yummy! From Southern Living. A little different than the others posted as this has a simple glaze. Coat scissors or knife in flour to make chopping orange slice candy easier.

    Recipe #130931

    From the Quaker website

    Recipe #135704

    These cookies are so moist and so delicious, you can't eat just one. You have to try these.

    Recipe #135726

    1 Reviews |  By Olha

    Prize winning cookies at a recent Arkansas country fair. Source: County Fair Cookbook

    Recipe #136621

    4 Reviews |  By Karamia

    These yummy drop cookies are quick to whip up and are actually good for you. Great for when you want a treat without the guilt!

    Recipe #137391

    When I was a kid in school, they used to sell these cookies, and I'd always wonder how they made them taste so good...Now, as an adult, I have been experimenting, trying to come up with a recipe, since I couldn't find any online. I struck gold yesterday, and so, here is the recipe, which if I may say so myself, taste even better that the Linden's brand! Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #138369

    One of the best cookies you'll ever eat!

    Recipe #138533

    have not tried these yet..but can't wait till the holiday season

    Recipe #130352

    these cookies have peanut butter cups mixed into peanut butter dough...we like to make these and "mix into " ice cream

    Recipe #130136

    161 Reviews |  By Bev

    Want cheesecake but not the hassel of preparing one? Try this simple and delicious alternative : )

    Recipe #8166

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Make sure to chill this dough before baking. These will wake your taste buds up.

    Recipe #77469

    I usually double all ingredients to make a double batch. This is a recipe from my mom that she started making about 70 years ago and they are ABSOLUTELY THE BEST butter cookies that anyone has ever tasted!

    Recipe #79121

    I got this recipe from a wife of a co-worker. The recipe is called "Peanut Butter Cookies" but they are honestly the best peanut butter cookies that I have ever tasted in my life. I have not made these myself before because my boyfriend isn't crazy about peanut butter cookies so I do not know how much the recipe will make so I am going to give it my best estimated guess. For all of you peanut butter cookie lovers, I really hope that you enjoy this recipe as much as I did.

    Recipe #81259

    Posted in response to a request, this is a recipe from the "Farm Journal's Best Ever Recipes". I have not made this recipe myself, but most everything I have ever tried from Farm Journal has been exceptional. Prep time, obviously, is a guess.

    Recipe #88193

    you will need about 1 cup of finely chopped butterscotch candy for this..I usually put candy in heavy plastic bag and smash candy with a meat mallet...

    Recipe #128932

    This came from an old cookbook at my grandmothers. Sometimes when I make these, instead of sprinkling additional sugar and lemon zest on top before baking, I like to finely crush sour lemon candy and sprinkle lightly on each cookie. Press gently into dough and then bake.

    Recipe #128938

    these oatmeal cookies are crisp on the outside and soft on the inside...the addition of maple is not too extreme a change..just a sigh of contentment..adapted from Elinor Klivans...these are good with dried blueberries as well...

    Recipe #129897

    I always make this with cranberries but it could be made with almost any dried fruit. I adapted this recipe from a recipe in a mystery book by Joanne Fluke. This recipe can be doubled to make a 9 x 13 inch pan of cookies.

    Recipe #140050


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