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    Holiday Treasures

    These are cookies that have adorned our family holiday trays over the past few years as well as a few candies made as well. While we have enjoyed all the cookies tried, these were the very best of the best.
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    These cookies are a chocolate lovers dream! When you make these cookies you will know why I have named them the best! To achieve the perfect texture both margarine and butter should be used and the dough has to be chilled for a minimum of 5 hours. These cookies have both flavor and the perfect texture! This will make quite a lot of cookies depending on the size that you make them, I make mine very large so I use about two tablespoons of batter for each cookie. Make certain to sift the cocoa powder first! Yield is only estimated depending on the size of cookies.

    Recipe #153500

    This is a kind of biscuit made in Greece with baking ammonia - I believe you can find this in drugstores in North America. Light and high-rising, not too sweet. A rather 'plain' kind of biscuit that is well-suited for dunking in coffee or tea. The number of biscuits I mention is arbitrary. It really depends on the shapes you're making and how large or small you make them.

    Recipe #164112

    32 Reviews |  By Gerry

    This recipe was passed along to me a number years ago when I made mention I was looking for new recipes to add to my collection for Christmas baking. This excellent crispy cookie is not only great at Christmas, it's one of those simple delights great to serve for any occasion ... one of those 'looks simple but you can't just eat one' kind of cookie. I suspect the cream of tartar makes for a crispy light cookie. NOTE: any fine coconut can be used when making these cookies, do not substitute with medium or coarse coconut, they just do not work for these cookies. Fine coconut is readily available in the baking section of most stores.

    Recipe #100116

    9 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    The original recipe is from Kittencal. I have made these so many times and made changes with some of my family's favorite ingredients and thought I would post to share with you. The Honey Roasted Peanut Butter give these cookies such a wonderful flavor. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #179928

    A treat with afternoon coffee, these double-baked cookies are crunchy and just right for dipping in a creamy latte!

    Recipe #192850

    This cookie is delicious! Crisp on the outside and moist inside. It is filled with crystallized ginger.

    Recipe #200928

    An old recipe from my MIL Libby.The directions for baking are not here as she used a wood stove. Watch them as I am guessing on the time and temperature. She made these a lot when Rudy was growing up. They are wonderful. She loves anything with coconut. Her Mother kept a jar of it just for her.

    Recipe #135492

    These are a light "springy" cookie from "The Cookie Book".

    Recipe #20510

    This recipe can easily be doubled -great for the holidays. Prep time includes time in fridge.

    Recipe #201506

    Secret recipe from the bakery! A yummy frosting that sets up into a hardened glaze on top of the cookie, but remains tender to eat. Great for taking cookies 'on the road' because they won't stick together.

    Recipe #235776

    This is my improved version of the "Best-Ever Chocolate Chip Cookies" recipe card I received in the mail years ago. Now they really are the best! *I first made these when I was younger and loved very sweet cookies...now I agree with some reviews, they are too sweet so am adjusting the sugar.

    Recipe #196504

    This is a great recipe for variety (English, French, Greek, German, Finnish, Italian, Swedish, Norwegian, Turkish, Mexican. I have split them, two to a recipe but if you want them all, there are 5 separate recipes. They are made from one basic cookie dough. I think some of them may be posted individually, but at Christmas I make the entire variety. Each batch of basic dough makes a batch of two of the cookies with the ingredients I have listed. Time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #98731

    16 Reviews |  By seesko

    A easy and unique cookie that will impress all. I hope you enjoy these as much as my family does.

    Recipe #126443

    These cookies are so easy to make and so rich and fudgy :)

    Recipe #80441

    8 Reviews |  By Annacia

    The biscotti for all ages--perfect for dunking in milk, espresso or whatever you please.

    Recipe #199123

    22 Reviews |  By ShaGun

    Beautiful delicate sugar cookie with red swirls of raspberry/coconut/walnut filling. I've been making these since I was 11, and I can't count how many times I've been asked for the recipe. I usually toast the coconut and walnuts for the raspberry filling. I love to make these as gifts or for cookie exchanges around Christmas. I think these came from a magazine, maybe "Southern Living."

    Recipe #118080

    9 Reviews |  By KelBel

    A nice spin on the traditional coconut macaroon. Use whatever dried fruit mixture you like.

    Recipe #103137

    At the end of the holiday baking Mom and I typically make bark out of the leftover chocolate, nuts and other items used to decorate cookies. abark is a really nice addition to the trays and is simple to prepare if you have experience with chocolate. This combination came together so nicely I thought it was worth posting. Sorry, I don't have exact measures as it was a spontaneous moment. Besides the lumpiness of bark is a matter of personal preference. Though I am a bigger fan of dark chocolate, this really works best with milk chocolate.

    Recipe #195320

    these are terrific

    Recipe #126202

    2 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    A Swedish spice cookie. Commonly cut into animal shapes. These are zesty and crisp.

    Recipe #136564

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