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    A PRETTY cookie which will make your cookie tray at Christmas look good! The cherry and nut combination in a buttery base is delicious! A rolled type dough which can be made and baked later. These cookies freeze very well for make ahead plans. This basic cookie dough I have tried many times substituting different ad-ins.

    Recipe #343228

    Family favourite at Christmas time. This recipe is generous on the spices, my wife is a little more conservative.

    Recipe #468614

    I took elements of other recipes and combined them into this one. I need a printed copy for a cookie exchange, so I'm posting it here and sharing it wth you all. I just hope no one hates them. :-) Prep time includes chilling.

    Recipe #469396

    You'll feel like a million bucks after one bite of this treat!

    Recipe #469616

    Delicious and festive Christmas cookie. From Pillsbury's Bake-Off Cookie Book, 1967.

    Recipe #469960

    Excellent & easy Christmas cookie our family wouldn't have Christmas without......This is my great grandmothers recipe & has been passed down because there is nothing that tastes quite like it!!!!

    Recipe #469758

    I found the original recipe for these cookies on allrecipes.com, and modified it to be vegan, as well as by changing the spices slightly. They are truly delicious cookies, and very easy to make.

    Recipe #20431

    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

    My sister's co-worker brought these to a party and they were quite a hit. I don't know where the recipe came from originally. "Bark" is an artificial chocolate or vanilla candy coating/confectioner's coating used to make a treat called almond bark and can be found at most grocery stores near the chocolate chips. You can use chocolate chips and white chocolate chips if you don't have almond bark, but I have found that almond bark melts better and is easier to work with.

    Recipe #52035

    This was my mother's recipe. This is how she listed it in her recipe file. It must be at least 50 years old. I can't say for sure how many cookies it makes but they are delicious. I will give it a good guess.

    Recipe #121129

    My mom makes these cookies every Christmas. It is a family tradition. They are oh-so good!

    Recipe #151376

    A colorful red and green dotted biscotti.. I love it and I don't really like biscotti. My mother said to make her this if nothing else for Christmas!

    Recipe #15263

    My niece made these for our 4th of July party and they were gone before dessert was even served! Everyone loved them and kept going back for one more of "those pretzel things"! So easy to make- a definite for my Christmas cookie baskets.

    Recipe #95220

    These are a coarse-grained cookie soaked in a honey syrup (the semolina achieves this), popular throughout Greece during the Christmas Holidays. They are wonderful and are THE recipe that makes my house smell like Christmas - orange peel and cloves and cinnamon. The most unbelievable perfume wafts through the house for a couple of days after baking!

    Recipe #76498

    This is such a nice "old fashioned" candy to make for the holidays. You need to make this in advance as the candy needs to sit for a couple of days for the flavors to come together. Make sure you read the recipe twice before starting. Takes some effort, but this is so delicious and a very special addition to any Christmas cookie tray - Enjoy!

    Recipe #268142

    This is a new "idea" on an old traditional German Christmas cookie. Spekulatius have a long tradition in German Christmas Bakery. Spekulatius are spiced cookies. In most recipes a mixture of cinnamon, cloves, cardamon and nutmeg is used. And the typical Spekulatius recipe would also include (sliced) almonds. The dough does not contain any baking powder or soda. So the cookies will not rise during baking. Cold butter and sugar in the dough will make the cookies crisp and they develop a very unique flavour during baking. This recipe takes up the idea of Spekulatius, but added something new. I reduced the amount of the typical spices and use always fresh spices, which I grounded prior usage. The use of candied ginger and vanilla bean is new too. The candied ginger and the fresh vanilla bean are a fantastic combination. Vanilla brings together the flavours of the ginger with the other spices so well. Yes, the recipe is a bit decadent, because I use vanilla bean instead of vanilla extract. And I use fresh spices. But it is worthwhile to do so, but you can sub them by extract or already grounded spices. Let the cookies develop their flavour in airtight container for a few days. They are getting better with time. Just after baking you will taste the vanilla with a hint of ginger in the back. On the next day(s) this will change and the ginger develops its full flavour with just a hint of pepperiness. And also the other spices are getting more dominant. But the vanilla hold them together. It may come as no surprise for you: I love these cookies.

    Recipe #200476

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    Recipe #201687

    5 Reviews |  By anme

    A tasty, yet simple, jam filled cookie spiked with a hint of lime!

    Recipe #282971

    This recipe came from Lynn Scully, Rancho Santa Fe, California via Emeril's Holiday Cookie show. And it's a show stopper!

    Recipe #148060

    From the Jr. League of Portland Maine's cookbook-RSVP.

    Recipe #240688

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