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    1 Reviews |  By Steve_G

    Light and tender and they keep really well. One of our holiday favorites

    Recipe #15069

    They are not as sweet as most oatmeal cookies I've had, which is a good thing. We could not stop eating them; especially my preschooler. They are excellent "nutritional supplements!" There is no sugar in this recipe however if you prefer sugar to honey--then simply alter the recipe....cut the baking soda to 1/4 tsp. and add an extra tablespoon of water. Your baking temperature should go to 350 if you are using sugar. When replacing sugar with honey you have to increase the baking soda to increase the acid and you reduce liquid by 1 Tablespoon. Also, with honey baking--lower the baking temp.

    Recipe #377242

    delicious, spicy, gingery traditional ginger, chewy cookies. perfect for holidays & presents

    Recipe #318490

    17 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Another Danish/Scandinavian recipe. Cardamom is in the ginger family and has a pungent flavor. These cookies will disappear quickly (Unless you don't like cardamom!)

    Recipe #13275

    Not tried yet. From the Food Network 12 Days of cookies

    Recipe #342197

    I got this recipe from a good friend. I can't say enough about these. If you don't like super-sweet cookies, this is for you. Not to mention it's packed full of "goodness"

    Recipe #155946

    7 Reviews |  By najwa

    Yummy cookies!! Great when you have leftover bananas that are too soft to eat .. they smell heavenly while baking, and keep well in the fridge ... I don't add the nuts, but you can if you like ..

    Recipe #18122

    I found this recipe in a 2009 calendar, I will be making these today.

    Recipe #344086

    3 Reviews |  By Emily

    Simply the best Gingerbread recipe I have had. The addition of orange zest sets these cookies apart they are sweet and slightly spicy at the same time. I am not sure what the origins of this recipe are, I got it from my step-mother Susan who I have referenced before as my cooking inspiration.

    Recipe #342274

    A favorite with my family! These aren't overly sweet sugar cookies, so they are perfect for frosting. This recipe was originally taken from clabbergirl.com. (Check out the Clabber Girl website - lots of great recipes!)

    Recipe #236505

    These are my hubby's favorite Christmas cookies. His Great Aunt Gin used to make them for him every year and it just isn't Christmas without them. She always made green Christmas Trees and pink Wreaths because those were her two favorite colors. Since they use all shortening they are a very crisp cookie. The recipe is originally from the cookbook that came with the Mirro cookie press. (If you prefer a butter cookie, I recommend Recipe #98883)

    Recipe #148927

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This isn't something I would do just for the heck of it anymore but for the holidays....maybe. I'm posting this as a cathartic thing. I'm passing on my non-diabetic goodies to folks who can offer them a good home. I just can't abandon them without a chance to become good little recipes for someone else. This could go on for some time, I have a lot of recipes! It's been a long time since I made these and I don't honestly recall how long it took to make and press them out so I'm taking my best guess. *Please note*: As written the recipe will yield a milder spice flavor. If you prefer a stronger spicy flavor double the spice amounts (or to taste).

    Recipe #187465

    Another Recipe from Food Network, I love this one! Prep Time equals 20 for prep and 20 for inactive prep. Cook's Notes: These freeze beautifully. Press the cookies out into desired shapes on cookie sheets and freeze. Transfer frozen cookies to a plastic bag, seal, and keep frozen for up to 1 month. When ready to bake, lay out frozen cookies on cookie trays and bake from frozen for 25 minutes. Some disk shapes work better than others. Since this is savory cookie, we liked the cutters that result in a cracker shape cookie, like the ribbon, clover. Stars and and snowflakes work, too.

    Recipe #196651

    Crowd-pleasing treat. A cookie press works best to make this appetizer, but you can also roll out the dough and just cut with cookie cutters.

    Recipe #106037

    Recipe #253023

    From Midwest Living December 2007

    Recipe #266581

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