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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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    Recipe #3331

    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

    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

    I don't know if people will thank me for posting this, or hunt me down because they've become addicted to them! These are so good, they should be illegal! These caramels are extremely fast to make and extremely good! I don't see why they couldn't be substituted in any recipe calling for store-bought wrapped caramels. They are a spinoff from the Creamy Caramel Microwave Popcorn recipe by VillageMom (recipe #104762). I love the caramel corn, but I love the caramel even more! I made these for candy trays I'm giving out for Christmas 2005, and liked it so much I figured I'd better post it...so I don't ever lose it or forget what I did! That and I need to share the addiction (insert evil laugh). Make sure you use GOOD QUALITY (Reynold's) heavy duty aluminum foil, as I used a cheaper brand that definitely wasn't the "heavy duty" it was advertised to be...and wound up picking aluminum foil pieces off of the caramel. The number of servings is approximate. Cooking time does not include time for the caramel to cool (before cutting)

    Recipe #149205

    I made the most wonderful Baklava on ethnic night in gourmet class. I hadn't made it in a while and started craving it when I saw this little shortcut in a magazine at the doctor's office. (The best part about the wait is scanning the magazine rack!) Also, if you want to get even more fancy and creative, top with a dollop of Nutella or chocolate fudge, or even an chocolate mint bar.

    Recipe #190597

    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

    These are chewy, fudgy, SUPER EASY cookies that you can probably make right now! I have watched these disappear time and again and everyone is always asking for the recipe. It is almost embarrassing to give it out, it is that easy :) Enjoy! (12/14/06: I wanted to add that Betty Crocker has updated this recipe by adding 1 tsp. vanilla extract, but I don't want to change the original recipe.) *12/22/07: Please see my tips at the end of the recipe! **12/23/08: Betty Crocker has now added a version of the same exact recipe in which the cookie dough balls are rolled in granulated sugar instead of powdered sugar. I've tried this and they're also very good.

    Recipe #32614

    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 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

    63 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Coconutty Goody!

    Recipe #11177

    These cookies weren't supposed to be! A Zaar chef, who shall remain nameless, ;) posted a recipe for a chocolate cookie with pb chips in it. But instead of listing butter as the first ingredient, she accidentally listed peanut butter. After I had mixed everything together, I knew something was wrong because I ended up with a bowl full of crumbs, not dough. To try and salvage the ingredients, I added the milk, left out the pb chips and formed them like traditional pb cookies. Thankfully, the resulting cookies were soft and tasty so I decided to share. :)

    Recipe #217965

    88 Reviews |  By Bergy

    These balls are so quick and easy to make. They make a nice addition to the baked goodies that you give as gifts. Make these about a week before you want to serve them as they mellow and the sharp strong alcohol taste blends in more with the other ingredients. Store in a tin with a tight lid. This year I couldn't find the Vanilla wafers so I used chocolate and I like them even more. To form the balls I use two teaspoons as the dough is quite moist. I store them in the freezer - they don't go hard and they are so good ice cold

    Recipe #13214

    3 Reviews |  By Breedom

    This is fun to make, especially if you have kids. The ingredients are simple and the dough can be eaten raw so you dont have to worry about raw eggs or something making your kid sick if they eat some. I make these when Im in need of some comfort food.

    Recipe #171430

    I can't take any credit for this, and I'm sure this recipe has been made over and over, but, I always like to pass it on. At work, I used to take batches in every Christmas, and I was surprised to see how many people had never tried this simple recipe. For those who know me on Zaar, they know I DON'T like to bake and don't unless I have to. I'll bake cookies or a pie at Christmas, and I do bake these "TWO" cakes; rum and eggnog, and beer bread, but that is about the extent of it. Don't get me wrong, I can when I have to ... I just would rather cook. So I have been making this fudge for some 25 years. A simple mix of Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk and Morsels (any flavor). So, below is the basic recipe and some of my favorites. The best part is ... have fun with flavorings and added ingredients (extracts or liquors and dried fruits, nuts, coconut, etc). A quick 3 minutes in the microwave and then poured in a square 8x8 pan lined with foil or parchment and let cool. The easiest fudge around.

    Recipe #403633

    Found this in an old cookie cook book that I bought at a used book sale. They are very delicious and quite easy to make. ENJOY!!

    Recipe #55351

    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

    5 Reviews |  By Courtly

    "I work in our school office and help my husband on our hog and cattle farm. When I find time to bake a treat, I like it to be special. The creamy filling gives traditional peanut butter cookies a new twist." By Debbie Kokes. From Taste of Home.

    Recipe #119126

    1 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    My husband watched the local PBS Auction and they were on a cooking segment that had cookbooks for sale. There was one author making his famous Cowboy Cookies and Larry wrote down the ingredients and told me we had to make these. We did and they have been a family favorite for many years now. There are many variations of this recipe but we like this one the best (no nuts in ours). I hope you enjoy these as much as we do! You will need a heavy duty mixer for these and even then you may need to do the final mixing by hand.

    Recipe #266582

    60 Reviews |  By Dib's

    I found this recipe in my Great Grandmothers Recipe Box, per a recipe request.

    Recipe #17615

    My GF passed this recipe along to me last year before the holiday. I am making it again today for a block party. It's a buttery chocolatey delight! Make a double batch, one with & with out the nuts. *Prep and cooking time does not include chilling/cooling time.

    Recipe #391038

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