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    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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    This is an easy recipe that produces a tart and soft cookie. I believe that it was clipped from a Taste of Home magazine several years ago.

    Recipe #77971

    I lost my grandma about 30 years ago when I was just a little thing, but I make these cookies from her recipe every year. These make very soft, thick, cakey cookies. (It took me a long time to realize that this recipe was not the norm, and that many other people make flatter, crisper sugar cookies!) You can frost them as you wish. I make a buttercream icing for mine. If there is any drawback to these at all, it's that the dough gets a little sticky so it really must be chilled well to be rollable. Both the dough and finished (unfrosted) cookies freeze well. Sometimes I use almond extract instead of vanilla. Bear in mind that these puff up quite a bit so simple cookie cutter shapes work best. Prep time includes chill time.

    Recipe #92996

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