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    These will remind you of those store bought cookies we all love by Stella D'Oro. Slightly crisp on the outside but soft in the middle. I found this recipe on another site (oops! don't tell!)

    Recipe #346147

    I've been making lasagna as long as I can remember and have collected many recipes that differed slightly. So I decided to combine my favorite lasagna recipes and came up with this. NOTE 1: Make your Creme Fraiche the night before (recipe follows below) You will need a deep lasagna pan. This makes one large or 2 small/medium lasagna dinners. So make sure if you're making two that you divide all ingredients accordingly. NOTE 2: Use 2 boxes of your fave lasagna noodles.

    Recipe #343114

    I love citrus and this is a fave in the summer. Origins are also Hungarian (how'd you guess?) Again, handed down to me by my grandmother. Please read entire directions first before attempting. The prep sounds complicated but if you read it you'll see it's really not and remember, it's an old recipe.

    Recipe #343091

    My mom makes this every Christmas. It's a tradition in our house and now much requested by friends. So since it's in demand by just about everyone we know, she makes 3-4 a year and gives them as gifts. Mom though makes 7 single layer (on the outside bottom of a circular cookie sheet) as a child I was always amazed by this! But this recipe makes 1 cake that is cut into layers. Much easier. NOTES: You must read through the entire directions and have everything set in the final stages of putting it together. It seems like alot of work because of long directions but it's not complicated. I just talk alot and have a need to explain everything. Cook and prep time does not include refrigeration time of 3-4 hours. Also you see sugar twice in the ing - this is not a mistake you will need these diff measurments.

    Recipe #343087

    I'm a fan of Oprah and found this recipe on her website. I've yet to make it but thought I would share. It's by Art Smith.

    Recipe #343075

    Another classic bar cookie. Dust them or better yet shake them up in a plastic bag with confectioner sugar to coat.

    Recipe #343002

    The wine is not over powering it's just right. I found this in a cookbook years ago can't remember which but love them.

    Recipe #342988

    These are very addictive. You can not seem to have just one. I know we all try to stay away from fried foods as much as we can but you have to try these. Everyone knows what these are and i'm sure there are many version of of this. My mom always put a shot of whiskey in the dough. I don't but feel free to do so if you are inclined. But if you do add whiskey don't add the extract.

    Recipe #342973

    Interesting flavor chocolate and cloves. That's why they are great for the holidays - it just reminds me of Christmas. Try them with a good strong cup of cappuccino and relax. Note: The vegetable shortening should be melted and cooled. Don't over bake the cookie should still be a little soft (not mushy) when you take it out of the oven.

    Recipe #342932

    My moms' friend had given her this recipe years ago and they are great with coffee. Just don't over bake so they don't get too hard. Remember, your butter should be room temp. NOTE: Best way to roll dough in cinnamon and sugar is to place a sprinkling directly onto board and roll pieces over and then shape into S and place on cookie sheet. Also really watch the baking time. They should still be a bit soft when done. Don't overbake or the sugar will darken and cookie will dry out.

    Recipe #342905

    I love coconut and these macaroons are very soft and sweet and chewy. This is my second recipe for this cookie and I just can't get enough! The trick to getting that soft chewy perfect macaroon is to really whip the egg whites. The first time I made these they flattened out abit so I adjusted the coconut and added another 1/2 cup just to give it abit more chewiness and baked it abit longer to crisp the outside while the middle was nice a chewy. But please adjust to your tastes.

    Recipe #342888

    These have a great almond taste and they melt in your mouth. You need to be gentle with them since they are fragile. Bake time does not include refrigeration time of 1-2 hours.

    Recipe #342885

    Slight lemon flavor adds a refreshing taste to these. The icing is usually white but you can add a drop of food coloring to suit you.

    Recipe #342868

    Who doesn't like pine nuts? We all love pine nuts and these cookies will satisfy that craving. Nice looking on a tray and they do tend to disappear rather quickly! Oops, there they go!

    Recipe #342865

    These are fun to make and pretty to look at as well as tasting good. You can get the kids involved at the end to "color" them. Very impressive when placed on your cookie tray at Christmas! I know that cookies are not for the dieters but this cookie packs a few extra calories. Don't be afraid of the oil amount or sugar. But it's cookies so forget the diet and live it up! Bet you'll have more than one :) The yield depends on the size of the "balls" you make so it will vary on the baker.

    Recipe #342863

    I found this recipe for homemade Ricotta Cheese in one of my many cookbooks. I didn't realize how simple it is to make your own. Big difference in taste too. Much better than store bought. The cooking and prep time does not include the 1 hour straining time.

    Recipe #342743

    Try this twist on the old Rice Pudding recipe. This is creamy and fantastic and it's a cake! Hope you enjoy this. If you don't have Arborio rice you can use any short grained italian rice.

    Recipe #342737

    This is a fave among both young and old. There are probably many recipes on Zaar for brulee but I thought why not add one more. Enjoy. The cooking time does not include refrigeration time. Please read entire recipe first.

    Recipe #342735

    A friend of mine gave me this recipe a while ago. It was a hit and should be included in everyones' cookie tray. NOTE: Sesame seeds should be fresh not already toasted.

    Recipe #342657

    What's the third best flavor among adults for pudding? Yup Butterscotch, well it is among my friends anyway. I bet you'll agree once you try this. NOTE: Prep time and cook time does not include the refrigeration time of 3 hours to set the pudding.

    Recipe #342653

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