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    These are delicious bars - and so easily made - I hope you enjoy!!

    Recipe #389577

    Easy and beatiful florentine cookies. Created for my family (Christmas 2010).

    Recipe #444025

    Delicious Netherlandish cookies brought to the Dutch East Indies; and which are now an Indonesian treat. Recipe adapted from one of my favorite books: "Cradel of Flavor, Home Cooking From the Spice Islands of Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore", by James Oseland.

    Recipe #291322

    These sparkling Scandinavian style Christmas biscuits-cookies look just magical, especially when hung with ribbon from the Christmas tree! You need special snowflake biscuit-cookie cutters, and also edible glitter or sparkling silver or white dusting powder. If you cannot source edible sparkle or glitter dusting powder, they still look beautiful if decorated with white royal icing, piped into trellace work patterns to enhance the snowflake shape. These magical snowflakes make ideal Christmas gifts, and can be packaged in cellophane bags with a pretty and seasonal ribbon attached. They last for up to 14 days in an airtight tin & stored in a cool place, assuming they last that long!

    Recipe #266727

    2 Reviews |  By Chickee

    These are traditional Swiss biscuits, made with moulds similar to shortbread moulds. They are hard, and great to nibble on and dunk in coffee. I also make an almond variation for those who don't care for anise, I will post separately. It makes quite a bit depending on the size of your cutters, but is easily halved.

    Recipe #184226

    From Southern Living magazine, April 2011. I've not tried this recipe, but it sounds really good. NOTE: This recipe has quite a bit of sugar in it, so for my family, I would personally experiment with it using Splenda to cut the sugar for a diabetic dessert. I would also use gluten-free AP flour.

    Recipe #458355

    4 Reviews |  By awalde

    4 in 1! With the same dough you'll prepare a 4 different cookies to offer to your guests!

    Recipe #441123

    1 Reviews |  By See-Jay

    5 words: melt in your mouth good :)

    Recipe #349520

    Pronounced (feff-er-noos), this is a great holiday cookie. My friends and family say it tastes like a gingerbread cookie. Lol.

    Recipe #402136

    Another New Zealand find. For a variation you can throw a handful of coconut into the egg mixture. Normal size of a slice tin is 35cm long x 20 cm wide x 4 cm deep.

    Recipe #140924

    These cookies are spicy, moist and chewy. Reminiscent of Hermit cookies.

    Recipe #407488

    1 Reviews |  By awalde

    These Swiss cookies have been baked since medieval times! For Krabeli you do not need the fancy molds (stamps).

    Recipe #440896

    1 Reviews |  By awalde

    These are very special bars developed by the local spice merchants and made with lots of honey - very sweet, they taste just wonderful... The Leckerli was invented between 1431 and 1449. It was used to feed church dignitaries when the pope was in Basel.

    Recipe #442825

    These bars are a delicious treat. When I got this recipe it did not contain chocolate, but I couldn't imagine coconut without chocolate, so I added it! I am listing the chocolate chips as optional, but I highly recommend them :)

    Recipe #28807


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