Yes, finally a cookie that really does taste just like the ones sold at the bakery! --- the dough amount may be reduced to make smaller cookies be aware that baking times will need to be adjusted --- NOTE do not double the recipe in one bowl it will not have the same texture if your going to double make two separate recipes in two bowls --- you will love these cookies!
This recipe comes from one of my all time favorite cookbooks, More Make a Mix Cookery by Karine Eliason, Nevada Harward and Madeline Westover. The recipes makes 4 "logs" that when baked yields 3 dozen wonderful cookies. These are great for gift giving and can be a real time saver around the holidays.
My mom used to make these every Christmas for us when I was growing up, and they bring back special memories for me, especially around the holidays. We have been eating these for 50 years! These are my all time FAVORITE cookies :) They make a lot of cookies, and the amount really depends on how thick you actually roll the dough, and how thin or thick you cut the cookies. The cooking time is for EACH batch of cookies, and the prep time does not include time to chill dough.
These things have been made by my family since before I can remember. Been made by my sibs and I since we were under age 4. Very good family tradition that we've made almost every year for Christmas and sometimes other holidays. Oh, one thing, you CAN NOT sub the generic excuses for Ritz crackers.....they will not be as crunchy, buttery, or good!
A lot like your typical chocolate-oatmeal no-bake cookies as far as preparation goes, but the rich and wholesome flavour of maple, and almost like candy. Terribly easy and quick! Cook time is chill-time(at room temp).
For some reason, men always seem to go gah-gah over these. :) They are very easy to make, and it is a great way to use up the end of the corn flakes. I also like this recipe because it uses fewer ingredients than all the other ones I have seen.
This is an easy recipe that uses a cake mix and a jar of fruit preserves. The basic recipe can be easily altered according to your preference. For example, instead of cherry preserves, try chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, or raspberry jam. For lower-fat option, see note at end of instructions.
This is a Crisco recipe and is totally decadent. Everyone asked me to make these again. The recipe is made in a 9x13-inch pan, but I find that it doesn't cook evenly that way. I prefer to double the recipe and make it in three 8 or 9-inch square pans. They are a very soft and fudgey brownie. They're best after being frozen and can even be eaten straight out of the freezer.
These are easy to make! and healthy for you too (small amount of butter & sugar), but still so very sweet and wholesome. The cookies are chewy and go great with any other add-ins (raisins, cranberries, chocolate chips, etc.) Courtesy of FoodNetwork.com
I've never been able to tell the difference between this imposter and the real deal. Easy, Easy, Easy!!
I actually overheard this recipe at a meeting when I was working as a journalist. I tried it, and it's a winner! You might be able to get more than 70 cookies out of this recipe.
I love butterscotch. It has such a completely different flavor than caramel. This cookie recipe is easy and the only thing you'd really have to have special is the butterscotch chips. If you're a butterscotch lover like me, a bag of those little chips always stay on the pantry shelf. It is different, tho...it has cocoa powder in it. Number of cookies depends on the size of your tablespoon!