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    From the Closet Cooking Blog - Shortbread filled with maraschino cherries and chocolate and optionally drizzled with or dipped in more chocolate.

    Recipe #492158

    Gifts from the Christmas Kitchen

    Recipe #440200

    From Cooking Light. Dec 2012. Uses applesauce and fruit puree. I made one batch with elderberry syrup and a 2nd batch with mango butter. Soaks up the sugar coating as it sits, so you might have to re-roll before serving.

    Recipe #491638

    My friend, Pmags shared this with me. He says "Uber-simple traditional southern Italian 'cookie'. Kinda of a scone. Eat alone or with coffee. Very popular in my home state. (Rhode Island) Here's one recipe. Some people put anise or a touch of black pepper"

    Recipe #492099

    From 300 Best Chocolate Recipes

    Recipe #508063

    Heres something different for Autumn and Winter! These luscious cookies feature a crispy gingersnap layer on the outside and a creamy chocolate center. Yummm. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #391908

    These dainty spiral cookies are inspired by classic cinnamon rolls that swap sticky yeast bread for more manageable trappings but retain the intoxicating, iconic stripes of sugar and spice. I found this in Martha Stewart Living magazine. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.

    Recipe #404734

    1 Reviews |  By lazyme

    Good cookies for the holidays. These can be frozen ahead.

    Recipe #185589

    I love the combination of cranberries and walnuts so I was happy to find this recipe in an old Taste of Home recipe collection. Prep time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #94087

    This is a quick recipe from "Better Homes and Gardens Christmas Cookies Special Publication 2000". I've made it a million times and my family thinks it takes alot of work to make them. SHHHHH!! I usually double the filling recipe and I pipe it into the tarts with my pastry bag (star tip) to make them look even more elegant. I also make them in advance and freeze them.

    Recipe #49467

    These snowballs have become a tradition in my home. They're just a bit different and very easy to make.

    Recipe #198137

    These delicious cookies are like snowballs in that when they are left out they disappear quickly. No, they don't melt, but it seems that they attract little menehune (Hawaiian elves) that just love to gobble them all up when you're not looking! Cooking time includes 30 minutes for cookies to cool off. Also feel free to play around with the extracts. I have used pineapple extract with coconut extract, coconut and banana, and butter, rum and vanilla. All have come out well!

    Recipe #359662

    Gourmet 11/01. You will need a candy thermometer.

    Recipe #342481

    My sister's co-worker brought these to a party and they were quite a hit. I don't know where the recipe came from originally. "Bark" is an artificial chocolate or vanilla candy coating/confectioner's coating used to make a treat called almond bark and can be found at most grocery stores near the chocolate chips. You can use chocolate chips and white chocolate chips if you don't have almond bark, but I have found that almond bark melts better and is easier to work with.

    Recipe #52035

    Do you like chocolate and coconut? Do you like Mounds bars? This is better! My daughter makes this for me. It is a "died and gone to heaven" confection! Easy, too! (She couldn't find unsweetened dried coconut in our town, so she just used all sweetened flaked coconut)

    Recipe #270020

    Rated "least likely to screw up" cookie by Rachael Ray. In her Dec 2008 magazine.

    Recipe #336955

    In my quest for cranberry recipes, I came across this little gem. Try it, you'll like it! From the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association. This fits into the Mid West, New England and Canadian regions.

    Recipe #111838

    2 Reviews |  By Mercy

    The finished biscotti can be dipped halfway in melted semisweet chocolate to make them extra special!

    Recipe #119743

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