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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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    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

    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

    This is my favorite bar recipe. It tastes delicious and is well worth the effort! This would be a treat on anybody's Christmas tray or maybe even a potluck. I used Oil crust for 1 pie Recipe #82181 for the pie dough and it worked out great! Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #167825

    Delicious spiral cookies that taste like a cinnamon roll!! Fun to make!! :)

    Recipe #166571

    7 Reviews |  By lob

    These cookies are very simple to do and it's possible to change shape or flavour.

    Recipe #150443

    A simple to make yummy cookie.I found the recipe in the Good Housekeeping magazine Christmas cookies section December 2005. Note: I think that these cookies would also be good using chocolate graham crackers or drizzling melted chocolate over the tops of cookies.

    Recipe #145623

    3 Reviews |  By Marie

    These are wonderful spicy drop cookies with raisins and nuts added. Very easy to make.

    Recipe #143059

    43 Reviews |  By Delish

    I love these cookies! They are slightly crisp on the outside and so soft and tender on the inside. These are my dad's favorite cookies- I made them for him often. This recipe uses both shortening and butter.

    Recipe #141488

    As far as I can tell, this is quite different than other lemon and poppy seed cookie postings on zaar. Nice to serve at a holiday gathering. You can also freeze the cookies prior to coating in powdered sugar. Then when company is coming just thaw for about 15 minutes and coat in powdered sugar as directed. This recipe comes from Better Homes and Gardens Homemade Cookies book.

    Recipe #140093

    One of my favorite holiday cookies! I make these for Valentine's Day and Christmas! A very delicious tender, sweet cookie.

    Recipe #135768

    a sweet treat for a diabetic

    Recipe #133579

    8 Reviews |  By Dotty2

    You will find these in my freezer at almost any given time (since I like cinnamon as some people like chocolate). They are a favorite and these treats will always be on my dainty tray. I have been making these for many years

    Recipe #131632

    3 Reviews |  By pansies

    Gingery! Yeah! Original found in Canadian Homemakers Magazine in 1999.

    Recipe #126363

    Intriguing recipe from Mrs. Beeton's.

    Recipe #121288

    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

    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

    My ex M-I-L had this recipe scribbled on the flyleaf of one of her family cookbooks and no one knew what it was, one year we made it and it was her mom's infamous shortbread cookies. I thought I'd lost the recipe when I divorced, but I found it online (with food processor instructions no less!) and wanted to share. I like bigger cookies so I don't get as many out of the recipe, some friends can get 5 dozen out of theirs. Prep time includes chilling, and it can vary.

    Recipe #106669

    This recipe is reported to work well in the Proctor-Silex Super Shooter or Super Shooter Plus cookie press. It will also work with other cookie presses if the dough is refrigerated first. I lost my recipe book for the Super Shooter and found most spritz cookie recipes to be too stiff to work in my machine. I found this recipe through Google searches at www.christmas-cookies.com.

    Recipe #106665

    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

    Very festive! I got this somewhere on the internet, with a million others I have too. I hope you like it! This recipes comes from Dancer and Graphic artist Martin James

    Recipe #105996

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