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    Mostly Cookies / Candy Christmas 2006

    I have been saving ideas for cookies for awhile now and I need to get them in one place so I can start baking this week!
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    2 Reviews |  By N N N

    THE most intense peanut butter flavor and creamy texture. Ever the crowd pleaser. I've been getting requests for this delectable confection for 30 years! This is my adaptation of an old mail-in brand name recipe.

    Recipe #510735

    If your dying to have some chocolate and don't know what to make, this one will satisfy your sweet tooth in a New York minute! DELICIOUS! You can use any type of nuts you like. I often use walnuts, cashews, pistachios or pecans. The kids love these little buggers too! The preparation time does not include the 4 hour chill time in the fridge.

    Recipe #308703

    These cookies are by far "The Best" Sugar Cookies I have ever had, and the amazing flavor is in the secret ingredient :) I guarantee if you do make them, you will never use another recipe. Try them and see for yourself! They are delicious plain or decorated with frosting, or glaze and holiday jimmies or sprinkles or colored sugar granules. You can substitute lemon or lime peel in place of the orange peel if you wish. They are all awesome! You can easily double this recipe to make a larger amount of cookies for the holidays! The amount of cookies really depends on the size of the cutters you use, so it is only a guesstimate. The cooking time is for 2 sheets of cookies.

    Recipe #344383

    These are amazing! Better than York's because the chocolate is so much thicker. The yield is a guess as the recipe is from a friend who made them at Christmas and gave them as gifts. Fortunately, I was one of the recipients. This recipe has been updated to add more details after questions from reviewers. Cooking time is really drying time for the centers.

    Recipe #101027

    113 Reviews |  By Kim1

    I got these from a co worker and she told me they tasted like Girl Scout Cookies so I tryed them. I am do have to say they taste as close to the Girl Scout cookies as you can get. Prep times includes the chilling.

    Recipe #48641

    Every Christmas I looked forward to eating handfuls of my Great Aunt Catherine's sugar cookies (oh, if my parents only knew!) These truly are the most fantastic sugar cookies I have ever eaten.

    Recipe #293328

    Cardamom is a much-loved spice used in Scandinavian baking. These cookies make good use of it. Bake up a batch now to enjoy with your favourite ice cream or alone, with a glass of milk.

    Recipe #170172

    One of my co-workers made this for our office Christmas party and it was sooooo good, we all had to have the recipe! Great with regular or chocolate graham crackers.

    Recipe #79609

    This recipe was given to me by the owner of a bed and breakfast in Arkansas. It is SO easy to make. Just make sure you are a really quick "stirrer", as my daughter says.

    Recipe #152619

    Chilling time not included in the preparation time. From the Minnesota Scandinavian chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947

    Recipe #224507

    These delicate cake-like cookies are glazed with icing and topped with colorful candy sprinkles. They have a mild anise flavoring, which is very typical of Italian baked goods. My family always served these cookies at holidays, weddings or special celebrations, but now that I know the recipe, I can enjoy them all year long!

    Recipe #214498

    These yolk-rich cookies have been "regulars" on my Xmas cookie trays for decades. They're delicious small bites and the recipe makes a lot, but they will all be eaten. From Joy of Cooking.

    Recipe #120627

    I had made sugar cookies for more years than I want to count and never changed the recipe. But then one day, a lady at our church made this recipe for the kids at the Christmas program. My husband tasted them and told me to get the recipe. I rebelled at changing, but to please him, I tried them. Now, these are all I ever make. They are wonderful. I do use Crisco (shame on me because of the type of fat.) The lady said she had tried, and I did too, butter, and also half butter and half Crisco, but they didn't come out the same, but with the Crisco they are yummy.

    Recipe #202042

    3 Reviews |  By KCShell

    My MIL passed away one month before our wedding so my DH holds this recipe close to his heart. The secret is to roll these in powdered sugar after baking, when cool. They are chewy and perfect!

    Recipe #93023

    1 Reviews |  By KCShell

    Got this from the side of a Land O Lakes butter package. I love the flavor of chocolate and almond. At Christmas I usually make them into little square packages and then draw small strings of green or red frosting to make them look like little packages. Try these this holiday.

    Recipe #105785

    Surprisingly simple to make, these caramel, chocolate and pecan candies are also an excellent party favor. Why buy them when you can make them at home yourself and they taste oh so much better!

    Recipe #79888

    This is by far the BEST Almond Roca imitation that I have tasted! You don't have to be a pro at making candy to make this. If you like Almond Roca, you just gotta try it!!

    Recipe #102480

    From taste of home. Sounds good!

    Recipe #147726

    This version uses tofu to lighten the recipe up. From Vegetarian Times November/December 2005.

    Recipe #145812

    The traditional spritz cookies, made in circles or ā€œSā€ shapes. These are so buttery!

    Recipe #137942

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