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    Recipe #140750

    Karen DeMasco beats the dough for these buttery cookies with an entire vanilla bean, so the oils in the pod add deep vanilla flavor. By rolling the dough in turbinado sugar before slicing and baking the cookies, she makes them extra-crispy. (Recipe adapted from The Craft of Baking.) Recipe found on Food & Wine and is a staff favorite.

    Recipe #401235

    Posted per request on Community Cafe

    Recipe #165209

    From Elizabeth's Edible Experience blog. Time does not include chilling time for the dough.

    Recipe #418608

    Better than the original, and better for you! Prep time will vary by how long it takes you to coat the suckers - I estimated.

    Recipe #161806

    ANZAC stands for Australia New Zealand Army Corps. These biscuits were created during World War 1 and the were sent to the troops called ANZACS. They are one of the most popular Australian biscuits.

    Recipe #52536

    These are lovely cookies. The flavor is different from most and they are easy to prepare.

    Recipe #293096

    From Cooking Light website. Something different to make with over-ripe bananas (this is the key to a strong banana flavour--the more spotted the banana the tastier.) The biscotti are very small "baby-finger" sized--probably how they earned a low calorie rating!

    Recipe #114749

    Don't let the name fool you! These are cookies that end up soft and tender with a nice crunch from the nuts. I love the flavor comination of the lemon and banana. I personally don't care for rasins, so I use crasins (dried cranberries) This is another great way to use up ripe bananas!

    Recipe #141810

    1 Reviews |  By Smiles3

    Just something my mom gave to me this year, and honestly can't stop making them. Perfect cookie to go with your coffee!! YUM!!

    Recipe #338729

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This may look hard to make but is an easy appetizer lightly filled with spices and cashews. Serve as an appetizer, accompaniment to a salad or as a replacement for breadsticks.

    Recipe #116473

    The original recipe is from the site. I love almond paste and thought these were quite tasty and looked like biscotti from a coffee house- not hard to make at all. Next time I might add a little almond extract and even a little lemon zest would be nice but they were gone in a short time just the way the recipe is posted. I doubled the recipe and only made 2 loaves so my biscotti were quite big.

    Recipe #110536

    These are a nice change from the traditional butter sugar cookie. Peanut Butter Lovers will enjoy these. You can find this recipe in the 2003 Country Woman Christmas Cookbook, as well as the Taste of Home's 2004 Treasury of Christmas Recipes Cookbook.

    Recipe #79553

    My husband loves oatmeal cookies, so I have created a low fat, low sugar recipe. The addition of raisins adds more sweetness.

    Recipe #36232

    My children and I love biscotti cookies but they are so high in fat. So I was glad to find this one in the Diabetic Cooking magazine (July/Aug 2003). It has less fat and salt. Thank you MG.

    Recipe #65536

    I like these cookies because they are crispy on the outside and chewey on the inside. They also have a hint of coconut flavor that keeps you coming back for more.

    Recipe #272596

    I adopted this recipe after its original poster, Mean Chef, departed the site. Mean posted it on Jan 1, 2004.

    Recipe #79977

    These are the best macaroons I've ever made! Slightly crunchy on the outside; rich, moist and chewy on the inside! Just the way we like them! The original recipe was off the back of the bag of Mounds brand coconut, but the baking time was off a bit as well as the amount of coconut required to roll them in. So here's how I made them! ENJOY! They are really good!!! Hope you try them! :)

    Recipe #205052

    1 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Positively decadent and delicious recipe for a continental cookie favorite :)

    Recipe #32387

    This is a recipe handed down to me from my mom. Couldn't find it when I looked on here. This is CHOCK FULL of ALMONDS and DELICIOUS. My family's favorite. Though the dough is loose, it will come together if you follow the recipe.

    Recipe #344188

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