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    This ias an adopted recipe. I haven't tried them yet but I bet they'd make a great addition to the cookie tray for Cmas. Even make good gifts. I've added a note at the end of the directions.

    Recipe #106837

    These cadies can be made as gifts anytime of the year. However, I think they would make a nice addition to your Christmas gift list and cookie tray. Paraffin can usually be found in the canning section of the store. Actually, hardware stores are the best place to find it.

    Recipe #192069

    These use Chocolate-Covered Cherry Mice(recipe previously posted). These are easy to make and a great project to do with children. No baking required, just use Hershey's chocolate kisses, double stuffed Oreos, maraschino cherries and chocolate chips to "build" your Christmas mice!

    Recipe #192070

    This cookie is more tender than the typical butter cookie because there's powdered sugar in the dough rather than granulated sugar. Try them! The number of cookies depends on how big you make them

    Recipe #182490

    Saw this on Foodnetwork.com and just had to share. You have to let the cookies "ripen"! Makes 90 cookies.

    Recipe #148243

    Just found these in a newsletter from Splenda Food Club. Anytime you can save calories, especially from carbs, "it's a good thing". As "you know who would" say!

    Recipe #149136

    Sweet and tender cookies with milk chocolate and maraschino cherry centers. These are a variant on my original Chocolate Covered Surprise Cookies #133833. The same method used to form this variant could be used with the Chocolate cookie dough for double the chocolate taste!

    Recipe #155552

    This may seem like a lot of work, and I have not made them yet. However, I would think you could cut them cross-wise BEFORE baking, and cut down the time in prep. Source: Better Homes and Gardens http://recipes.bhg.com

    Recipe #181875

    This is for those of you who prefer a soft or drop cookie recipe.

    Recipe #187785

    From Linda Larsen,Your Guide to Busy Cooks,on about.com. If you prefer darker chocolate, use semisweet chocolate chips in this easy and delicious recipe. Rolls need to be chilled for 1 hour before baking.

    Recipe #160917

    Found this on the back of the molasses bottle. Haven't tried it yet, but Halloween's coming. Would make nice bats and cats! Dough must be chilled. The paper I wrote this on became smudged and I don't know how long to bake the cookies. I would think about 8-10 minutes.

    Recipe #189188

    From Linda Larsen, Your Guide to Busy Cooks, at about.com These fun cookies would be delicious served at a kid's birthday party. If you can't find the new tiny fish shaped pretzels, just break some small pretzel sticks into pieces and use those.

    Recipe #192068

    This is from the web per a request. Time does not include 2-3 hours of chilling.

    Recipe #187784

    These I found on the inside of a Land-O-Lakes butter package. They are the best chocolate cookies I have ever made or tasted! Not a big cookie, maybe a bite or two, but they pack a great taste. I made them for my co-workers once, and the boss, who doesn't usually eat what we bring in, was convinced by one of his associates to try them. You can guess what happened. Yup, he came back for more, more, more! Finally, he asked for the recipe for his wife. I should have held out for a raise!

    Recipe #133833

    Here is a very easy and tasty Chocolate cookie using a cake mix. You can even change the cake mix you use. Impressive but simple!

    Recipe #146216

    Makes 1 cookie sheet of cookies. For ZWT II('06). Times don't include overnight(or 5-6 hours)of drying before naking.

    Recipe #171684

    Passover cookies. From Busy Cooks, @about.com Recipe from: The Cafe Pongo Cookbook: More Than 220 Recipes from the Hudson Valley by Valerie Nehez (Simon & Schuster)

    Recipe #163923

    Here's a nice change from the butter cookies of the season. The 2 1/2 hours cooking time includes 2 hours for chilling.

    Recipe #146126

    This delicious cookie came from The Encyclopedia of Italian Cooking. Orange and almonds spells nothing but YUM!

    Recipe #153226

    Here's a new take on the Pizzelle. It's from the Foodnetwork.

    Recipe #148880

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