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    Let's Make A Cookie Tray

    These are cookie recommendations from a thread in CC by the same name... http://www.food.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=385144
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    These taste like the inside of a Mounds bar! If you like, drizzle or dunk them in melted chocolate for a Mounds wannabe! The amount made is a guesstimation, as I don't remember exactly how many cookies this makes.

    Recipe #100959

    This is a recipe I got from my mom...she loved them! I don't remember how many these make...the serving size/yield and prep-time are a guess.

    Recipe #159762

    These are very easy to make shortbread cookies. They are so good that they melt in your mouth, you hardly have to chew them. I have been making them for over 35 years.

    Recipe #46877

    64 Reviews |  By Rita~

    The cutest, delicate mice you ever saw! Everyone remarks about them. I give trays of assorted cookies each year and place them on top. They just make it! It actually is a help when the kids can put on the almonds. I don't remember where I got the recipe, so I gave the best measurements I can recall. It sounds like it could be a Hershey's recipe!? For adults you can strain the cherries, then add rum or almond liquor and soak overnight drain and dry proceed with recipe. Save the rum for drinks.

    Recipe #47819

    This recipe was found in Quick Cooking magazine. My 3 year old and I made them for Santa this year and from the crumbs left on the plate, I think he enjoyed them!

    Recipe #109544

    These cookies make great ornaments! Snowmen, candy canes, stars, moons, holly leaves, reindeer, lighthouses, bells and fir trees galore. These are just a few of the cookie cutters we used making these wonderfully rich cookies. Paint each cookie with confectioner's sugar glaze and decorate with different colored sugars or you may sprinkle sugar on cookies before they bake.What fun! This recipe from Land O' Lakes.

    Recipe #106361

    30 Reviews |  By JulieS

    This is an old favorite of my mothers. She made it every Christmas time. So it holds good memories for me. Besides, it's out of this world.

    Recipe #145346

    I prefer this recipe to other caramel recipes because it uses sweetened condensed milk which gives the popcorn a nice creamy taste. Made in the microwave, this recipe is quick and easy to make.

    Recipe #104762

    Recipe #3331

    My mom helped me post this recipe. These candies are like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and are fun for kids to make because you don't have to cook them. My mom and I made these together.

    Recipe #21812

    I had this recipe years ago and managed to lose it, but found a friend at work that had it and I am back in the brittle business. It is extremely easy and quick to make. Since most people have the ingredients in their pantry and freezers, it is a recipe that can be made up in a few minutes if unexpected guest show up.

    Recipe #47935

    My grandmother had two cookies she was famous for...this is one of them. they are crunchy, rich, fancy and almost a bit like brittle candy. These are sandwich cookies and great for parties and having with tea.

    Recipe #328297

    3 Reviews |  By *Alia*

    A classic candy. Great plain or dipped in chocolate.

    Recipe #258446

    Watch out Starbucks, you'll be out of business in no time. When word gets out about this easy to make mix you'll be crying the blues. It makes a lovely Christmas Gift in a Jar or heck make it for yourself and drink up every morning, and skip the 5 buck trip to Starbucks. The nutmeg and allspice is an added spice hit, use as desired. Also, I've been playing around with the amount of sugar, I like the sweetness with just 1/2 cup sugar. If you don't care for the residue in the bottom of your cup, I understand you can strain it with a fine sieve. Food for thought. Note 12-21-12 (I want to thank the gal that just reviewed The Chai Tea.... she used it in her K coffee machine by just running hot water into the cup, perfect temperature for the tea mix)

    Recipe #343990

    These are very rich and yummy. A small portion goes a long way. I made this treat for my daughter's 4th grade project. She chose Canada as her research project and then needed to bring a "native" food to share with the class. In order to make the recipe "kid texture friendly", I pulsed almonds and coconut to a finer texture This step is optional. Bird's Custard powder is available in the UP and Canada. I have read that vanilla pudding powder can be substituted but I have never tried it. Measure & divide your ingredients according to the steps noted, it will make it easier when assembling this delightful treat! Inspired by: Joyce Hardcastle.

    Recipe #281256

    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

    Super-simple and sooooo good. Perfect for that sweet/salty craving. And only 3 ingredients! From glam.com. Try these at your next girls' night!

    Recipe #307807

    12 Reviews |  By Dorel

    This is from recipegoldmine.com. I was looking for Nutella recipes and no one has posted this one. I made a variation of this with walnuts instead of hazelnuts and didn't roll in nuts just the confecioners sugar. They turned out great but I did find I had to bake them about 15 minutes to get the middle done and to crackle on top. I didn't count my cookies so maybe I made them too big. I think you could make them with any nuts you have on hand, the Nutella flavour is still there.UPDATE..In the picture I made them with hazelnuts but I didn't notice any difference in taste than when I made them with walnuts. Walnuts I get free and hazelnuts are so expensive to buy.

    Recipe #78807

    My very fav biscotti. I have to make it at Christmas for all my co-workers and they start asking for it well in advance!! 2 WW points a cookie but well worth it.

    Recipe #190831

    A tasty peanut butter cookie topped with chopped bits of pretzel. Salty and sweet in one bite!

    Recipe #457760

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