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    Holiday Baking Possibilities

    Recipes I'm planning to try this at some point during a holiday season. (Recipes we have tried and loved are in a companion cookbook.) My family traditionally gives away 2 dozen trays of cookies and candies as gifts, so there's a whole lot of baking going on. The cover picture was taken just before packing up our 2005 Christmas tins. Suggestions welcome.
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    215 Reviews |  By Linda

    This recipe is very easy to put together and takes practically no time to make. Try other flavors of cake mixes if you like. When I make them, I use 2 cups (total) of peanut butter chips and chocolate chips mixed together. Very easy to whip up at halftime!

    Recipe #15559

    80 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    This is my favorite cookie recipe! If you like peanut butter, you have to try it!!! I found the recipe in a Taste of Home Magazine, which always has wonderful recipes in them!

    Recipe #24573

    "This must be one of the best cookies I have ever eaten." Yep, that's what my mother said the first time I ever made this cookie. It is a GREAT cookie recipe, and not difficult to make at all. I tripled the recipe and took it to school to sell... I sold all of them with in an 80 minute time span to only 4 people. They are good cookies, I can't resist them whenever I make them. And they turn out so nice whenever you bake them, it's hard to make an ugly snickerdoodle. lol. Enjoy. (prep time is estimated)

    Recipe #49534

    When I was 18 my friend Ann's parents owned a cafe in our small town (Uniontown, WA). One day she brought over the best sugar cookies I have ever tasted! I had to have the recipe...

    Recipe #70290

    9 Reviews |  By ladypit

    In making cookies for Christmas I was trying to keep in mind what I had in my cabinets (instead of running out for more supplies). I found a recipe in the "More With Less" cookbook that looked interesting. I adapted it pretty heavily based on what I had. These are soft cookies that spread a ton while baking. They are a little crumbly but had a lovely soft, almost old fashioned molasses type taste. Sucanat is unrefined sugar. It has a lovely taste and more redeeming social value then refined sugar. If you don't have it, though, brown sugar would be a fine replacement.

    Recipe #106516

    I like this one on my cookie tray at Christmas. It's unusual. A really old Betty Crocker Recipe. If you REALLY love mint, try adding a few tbsp. of crushed peppermint candies to the batter or the White Icing. (There is no baking powder or soda so they are dense and will not rise and change shape like regular dough but you can add 1/2-1 Tsp. of either one to the dry ingredients if you prefer a different cookie taste and texture)

    Recipe #190888

    A very easy cookie to make.

    Recipe #9143

    I clipped this recipe from a December 1983 issue of The Charlotte (NC) Observer, which was running a contest to see who made the best fudge. This recipe won in the "Plain Chocolate Fudge" category (no additives such as nuts). I made this for presents at the holidays and now my grown kids are making it for gifts themselves. I buy disposable aluminum pans approx 5x8-inch so I can just wrap them up and give them as gifts. This recipe makes three pans-full.... or two 8x8-inch pans of fudge.

    Recipe #117049

    1 Reviews |  By P4

    This is a recipe from FC last year. These cookies are truly exceptional. The require some patience to make, but they are gorgeous when finished and delicious. Perfect for holidays or for a ladies tea, or perhaps to cheer up a friend...one of my all-time favorite cookies. The 4-hour prep time includes chilling time. EQUIPMENT: cookie sheets lined with parchment, food processor, plastic wrap, 2 cookie cutters of the same shape, one about 2 1/2-inch diameter, one about 1 1/4-inch diameter.

    Recipe #56743

    8 Reviews |  By Tracy K

    This crunchy, buttery candy is a delicious addition to a holiday cookie plate, or you can make numerous batches and give it away in little bags. You can substitute any nut for the hazelnuts, if you desire.

    Recipe #44094

    "What a delectable treat for Eggnog lovers everywhere! These cookies have a wonderful spicy aroma and are great tasting. The fragrance of nutmeg and cinnamon will infuse your home with holiday spirit as you bake these cookies. They make delicious gifts and are a welcome addition to cookie exchanges. "

    Recipe #14906

    4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A favorite.

    Recipe #35324

    This recipe is quick, easy, dries hard and shiny and tastes good too. I originally got if from Allrecipes.

    Recipe #64015

    I got it from a recipe on a Carnation Sweetened Condensed Milk can. I love it because of the all the chocolate chips. Cooling time not included in preparation time.

    Recipe #8478

    I made this for Christmas. It's very rich and yummy! Source: "Braum's Holiday Recipes (2001)"

    Recipe #50989

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A very tasty recipe from my archives. It's a giant cookie that's topped with coarsely crushed peppermint candies and melted white chocolate, then broken into irregular pieces. *Note: The recipe asks for a baking time of 30 mins. I find that far to long, it's going to burn at that time. Start checking it at 12 mins. I'm happy with the results at 15-16 mins.

    Recipe #189308

    These biscotti are great for "DUNKING" in a cup of tea or a glass of milk. Friends will love these, great as a gift. Low fat, Diabetic exchange: 1 starch

    Recipe #109220

    MMMmmmmm....Skor bars (Or Heath bars if you can't find Skor)! These are easy and delicious with lots of Skor pieces that melt in your mouth.

    Recipe #99435

    I make about 30 varieties of cookies and candies during the holidays and these are the most requested. They are fairly easy and delicious. I serve them on a tray in miniature muffin liners. I have tried many different buckeye recipes, but this one, given to me years ago, is the best one I have used. ADDED 12/17/06: Instead of chips and paraffin wax, this year I used chocolate bark coating and it worked really well. You will need about Five - 2 oz. blocks of bark.

    Recipe #26555

    These are so easy to make and incredibly moist. You can use whatever cake mix and pudding mix flavors you have on hand, but I prefer chocolate!

    Recipe #29807

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