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    the cookie monster's cookbook

    As you may or may not know Sesame Street decided to put Cookie Monster on an unfair diet. He's not aloud to eat more than a couple of cookies per appearance. and he is encouraged to eat healthier food items. but if he wasn't on this diet, he would defintely love and cherish this cookbook.
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    Light lemony cookie.

    Recipe #149689

    3 Reviews |  By flower7

    I found this recipe on the Central Ohio Beekeepers Association website and had to try them. I used some great local honey which added to the great taste. Excellent with ice cream or sherbet on the side!

    Recipe #173472

    These are a small soft cookie from Martha Stewart.

    Recipe #469734

    A nice twist of a chocolate chip cookie with macadamia nuts and shredded coconut. Found in a Toll House cookie booklet published in 1990 (one I've been using for years and finally adding to this site.)

    Recipe #454181

    These are a basic PB cookie with a twist (do what you please with them!) and their fairly decent Health wise too. Add-ins (optional) milk/white chocolate chips cranberries butterscotch pieces toffee bits peanuts (or any other nut) peanut butter chips reeses-pieces (highly recommended)

    Recipe #469540

    These cookies are great for picnics, hiking or breakfast on the go! Original recipe from The Gourmet Cookbook, however I've made a few changes.

    Recipe #378586

    There are similar versions to this cookie, but I truly think that if you make mine like directed, you will find that these are the best. They will melt in your mouth. This has been a recipe used in my family since I was a little girl. We always made them for Christmas and weddings, but they are good anytime. The key is to use butter and make sure you grind the nuts very fine. I use my Kitchen Aid grinder attachment, but you can also use a food processor. Other versions use just chopped nuts, but I think when they are finely ground that makes the difference. Another important step is to bake them at 250 degrees for 45 minutes. Again, the other versions don't do this, but I stick with my recipe and am never disappointed. The extra time is worth it! This recipe will probably make 100 balls, depending on how large you make the cookies. The baking time listed is just an estimate. It will vary depending on how many cookies you make and how many you put on a cookie sheet. You can fit quite a bit on a cookie sheet because they really don't spread much.

    Recipe #185080

    Want a real stand-out cookie? Try these! The recipe comes from Taste of Hom Best Holiday Recipes, 2008! Preparation time does not include the 2 hours needed for dough to chill!

    Recipe #333633

    I came up with this recipe because I love scones and wanted to incorporate their texture and delicate taste into a cookie. So far, I have baked these 3 times and each attempt was successful. If you like scones and tea, this is a nice change. Because of the pumpkin in the recipe, I used Halloween cookie cutters, but any shape will do. Twice I used "fresh" frozen pumkin, thawed, but canned also worked well. The yield I give is using a 2 to 21/2 inch cutter.

    Recipe #394891

    I've tried many recipes for roll-out, cut-out cookies and this is IT! The cookies are tender and have a perfect taste. It doesn't make a gigantic amount either. For chocolate cookies, stir 3 oz melted unsweetened chocolate into the dough.

    Recipe #149186

    I have been looking for a basic recipe that I can adapt to suit whatever kind of cookies we feel like making. My son has developed a real passion for baking so we take shortcuts like creaming butter and sugar in the food processor (he's two years old and its easier for him to press the button than to wield the wooden spoon!)

    Recipe #267608

    5 Reviews |  By anme

    I recipe I came up with for my cookie tray this year

    Recipe #269718

    These are so moist and fluffy that they remind my kids of cake. And by being able to cut them into different shapes, they make a great kitchen activity for my little ones.

    Recipe #270701

    I got this recipes years ago from a church cookbook I bought from a co worker. These cookies are now a holiday tradition at our house. Even though my sons are grown and have moved 2000 miles away, I still make these cookies and send them to 'my boys'. Hope you enjoy them

    Recipe #340866

    As take from "Home Cooking" magazine. Let your kids help put these colorful jars together - they make great teacher gifts, or just about anybody gift...who doesn't enjoy a quick cookie mix in their basket. I like to combine my cookie mixes with a jar of Russian Refresher Mix recipe#159755 or a Hot Chocolate or Flavored Coffee Mix in the baskets. Also to gift for different holidays, use chocolate covered mini candies in different colors, pastels for Easter, red and whites for Valentines days, or find those nifty Christmas colors.

    Recipe #178072

    This recipe was cut from the outer packaging of Land O Lakes butter back in the '60s by my mother. She saved it and used it as a recipe card all these years. These cookies are so good and easy to make. There are variations at the end of the recipe (we've tried them all).

    Recipe #194509

    The edges can be a bit jagged ­ but they are rich and buttery, crumbly and satisfying, filled with coffee flavor in the dough, which is packed with nuggets of Heath Bars and semisweet chocolate chunks. I have not made these yet, but I got the recipe from Dede Wilson's Web page.

    Recipe #331883

    You can use any kind of (sweet) liquid to make these - fruit juice, iced tea (or other infusion)... even a smoothie; for a more grown up taste, try some liqueur or coffee. They work up really quickly, are dense and chewy, and are vegan.

    Recipe #429528

    Inspired by a suggestion from my son. I make these small because they are very rich. Times do not include chilling time or cooling time.

    Recipe #379961

    I've had this recipe for several years from the Nestle site. It is wonderful! 3/29/08 Edited to reduce sugar.

    Recipe #271704

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