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    This has been described as very close to the Dad's cookies we all remember from our youth. I don't know about that, but if you want a flat basic cookie you can customize, this is it! Try adding rolled oats and rice crispies. Or almond butter and slivered almonds. Peanut butter and chocolate chips. This will take two large mixing bowls. If you plan to make this recipe, start by taking the butter and eggs out to warm then to room temperature. That'll take ½ to 1 hour. I use uninsulated cookie sheets lined with parchment paper.

    Recipe #426588

    1 Reviews |  By Al Hunt

    Heavy, but yummy!

    Recipe #287357

    A fairly simple recipe. Mixture should not be stiff after preparation.

    Recipe #282673

    Easy to remember, easy to make, easy to eat! I made this recipe to help fill that gap on long trips or as a part of my daily lunch at work. Everywhere you see a 1 cup measure, you can substitute a 'handful', hence the name. You can substitute any of the seeds, nuts or dried cranberries with raisins, chopped dried apricots or anything else you like. Keep the total measure of dry ingredients the same, though. Try putting in small chocolate chips for instance

    Recipe #281659

    This recipe is a close replication of the Christmas bread I remember from my youth in Vulcan, Alberta. My Mom worked at the local bakery for a little Dutch man. He made this specialty bread every Christmas. It was as much a food tradition for the community as was Japanese oranges. After year of modifying different recipes (and learning the correct name), trying to find the right one, I’ve come up with this recipe. The result is pretty close to the remembered treat. It will take about three hours to make this bread.

    Recipe #278774


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