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    From Taste of Home magazine

    Recipe #41507

    Everyone has those nights where they just want to curl up with a movie and a bowl of ice cream or cookie dough. This cookie dough is perfect for doing so- it is low in salt, quick to whip up, and tastes absolutely delicious frozen. Homemade cookie dough is wonderful on top of all kinds of desserts, too. (When making cookie dough that is not being baked, leave out the eggs and substitute them with a little water if needed to avoid the chance of getting Salmonella.)

    Recipe #391880

    Christmas is coming and everyone wants cookies and treats. I love these simple cookies that taste so festive and bright looking. They taste like a hot spiced tea, which is my favorite holiday drink.

    Recipe #335637

    This recipe is from "The Little Book of Christmas Cooking". It is full of these great little recipes designed for kids to do with adults, with easy step by step instructions. - After the cookies are done, you can thread a ribbon through the small holes and hang them on the Christmas tree. But please don't eat them if you put them on the tree. - You will also need a large star-shaped cookie cutter, a fat drinking straw, a small round cookie cutter (slightly larger than the candy you are using), parchment paper, and a large baking sheets.

    Recipe #333013

    So very easy to make, the recipe doubles very nicely. Made up a couple batches to freeze for Christmas gifts. Recipe came from an Amish Cookbook published in 1977.

    Recipe #338902

    3 Reviews |  By Steve_G

    A butter cookie filled with caramel, rolled in nuts and covered with a bit of chocolate. Fast and easy! Your friends and family will think you spent hours in the kitchen creating these gems!.

    Recipe #14831

    Simple perfection. Buttery and elegant.

    Recipe #14865

    13 Reviews |  By iewe

    This is a yummy bar cookie recipe that my mom gave to me.

    Recipe #246103

    I love a good cookie - But THESE cookies have made me melt since grade school. I am careful not to make too many when I'm home alone for any length of time. There will be none for anyone else and I am left with "cookie eaters remorse" for DAYS afterwards. This is my favorite *instant gratification* treat. You won't be disappointed... Unless someone gets to them before you do. (Thanks, Grandma D!)

    Recipe #251013

    I love oreo truffles and have put a few personal touches on them to make them unique and even more yummy if possible!

    Recipe #206365

    This makes a big 13x9 pan of brownies, using a brownie box mix. Super easy and looks gormet when you are done! (Be sure to buy the box mix that says that it makes a 13x9 recipe or you'll have problems.) The mix I use is by Betty Crocker.

    Recipe #147796

    Colour for your Christmas tray and your allof your kid's favourite snack ingredients in one easy to make square.

    Recipe #147298

    17 Reviews |  By Rita~

    These are soft chewy,chocolate covered cherry cookies! Drizzled with white and semi sweet chocolate. Quick and easy to make and eat!

    Recipe #147427

    A goodie Betty shared with the group at our annual rughooking retreat. Recipe originally came from the back of a Duncan Hines brownie box, but she decided she liked a Betty Crocker boxed brownie mix better. Cook time does not include time to cool. I thought the oatmeal layer might detract from the brownie, but it was a wonderful compliment.

    Recipe #199845

    This recipe is a great one to make for Christmas Cookie Exchanges. These colorful cookies add a real festive treat to any holiday platter. I made these for the first time for a cookie exchange and I made a double batch of green and a double batch of red.

    Recipe #104700

    4 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    These cookies are so simple to make and they always received lots of compliments.

    Recipe #152223

    I adopted this recipe from a M&M's cookbook. These are very good!!

    Recipe #236170

    Popsicle cookies! Great for kids parties or just to have around to snack on. So easy to make!

    Recipe #31726

    These are the traditional no bake cookies made from powdered chocolate milk mix instead of cocoa or chocolate chips. Cooking time is cooling time. Post per request.

    Recipe #115057

    This recipe is courtesy of the bakery at Disneyland.

    Recipe #150212

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