a yummy thick chocolate mint brownie from york peppermint patties! get the sensation!
this recipe was submitted by mrs. stuart padnos for a cookbook fund raiser put out by members of the junior welfare league, holland, michigan about 30 or so years ago. my mom brought the cookbook back to me as a souvenir of their trip. i've made these bro
for lovers of pecans and chocolate...
these are the most; chocolatey, moist, rich, dense, fudgy, delicious brownies that you'll ever make.....sereiously! there's no doubt that these will be your fav brownies ever for you can add things to them or make them plain.....either way they're pure he
i always bring these cookies to my boyfriend's house whenever he invites me over. they are a hit and the whole family loves them! whenever they know i'm coming they always ask if i'm bringing my cookies. there is a story to these: there was a la
these are great! the perfect name for them!
this recipe was submitted by my friend joy lavin-jones, for the cal fish and game, wild and wonderful recipes ii. the added crunchiness comes from the corn flakes.
tired of eating candy-cane joe-joe cookies straight out of the box? try them in this recipe! (note: this year i've also seen peppermint oreos, so you could use those if you don't have a trader joes near you). these delicious, fudge-y brownies are made
really simple sugar cookie that will be gone before they cool. that's why i usually make 2 batches, one for that day, and one for later. edited 8/10 to reduce saturated fat and cholesterol.
from "how sweet it is" - http://www.howsweeteats.com/2010/08/09/better-than-crack-brownies/
i made these every year for our 5 kids to take to school on their birthdays. other kids and teachers would swarm to see them ! our kids are now teenagers and their old school friends still talk about how "cool" they are !
this recipe came from the back of a nestle cocoa can. i've been making these for years, and they're always a hit. the batter is pretty thick, which makes them very fudgy. the original recipe included frosting, but i think it makes them too rich. if you ha
after tasting similar cookies at a picnic, we excitedly left with our friend's recipe. we were intrigued by the technique, but determined to eliminate that odd aftertaste which so often results from using splenda in baked goods. we also wanted the finis
found this on the hershey's site. hershey's and i go way back.
this is from food network.
these are so i can feel ok with my toddler son eating them. obviously, you could omit the chocolate chips and they'd be even better... but i didn't want to go crazy. i use "earth balance" margarine and "enjoy life" chocolate chips because they're dairy
i found this copycat recipe for lofthouse sugar cookies online somewhere. not sure how much it makes, and i haven't tried it yet, but i will be soon!
found these in a magazine. (i think) great for kids to make with help.
i adore recipes with interesting names. i found this recipe on the vegweb website, and had to add it to my collection.
a vegan oatmeal cookie. healthier than your average oatmeal cookie, yet still nice and soft.
i am always tempted to buy these at starbucks so when a friend brought these to a cookie exchange i was quite excited!
everyone loves these cookies from subway.. i played around at home til i got a cookie that has the same great taste and soft texture
cookies that taste like little caramel apple cakes. cook time is for each cookie sheet. ready set cook entry that kids will like lots!
an amazingly chewy, fudgy brownie! not for folks who like their brownies more cake-like. i found this recipe on about.com while searching for a recipe that used baking squares instead of cocoa powder. the result? a brownie that is super easy to make and c
my dh lovingly refers to these as "those" chocolate cookies, and without saying, i know which ones he is talking about. i call them chocolate pills. they cure just about anything that ails me. recipe by ann hodgman.
a "no-bake" cookie, with a 'divinity' center, chocolate chips and a crunchy outer layer. very good, easy to make with very few ingredients. i got this recipe from my cousin who made them for a christmas party many years ago.
these are absolutely the chewiest, moistest, fudgiest brownies ever! i have tried adding so many different things to the batter, and they always comes out great. they are also great without any add-ins! but by varying the add-ins, you can make different
i found these at the mr. food site. my friends says they really are called get up and go bars because with all the fiber, you really will have to get up and run! especially if you have one of these bars with your first morning cup of coffee!
my mom made these and put them on her christmas cookie trays...very good!
everyone knows you shouldn't eat yellow snow, but kids and grownups alike will get a kick out of making an exception in this case. this is an original recipe, developed with love to celebrate the snow on my son's january birthday! quick, easy and fun to m
from the quaker carton (current as of 2012). also includes variations for bar cookies and high altitude cooking. i like to substitute the craisins instead of raisins. you might also want to add a dash of nutmeg for an even better taste.
a sweet surprise awaits those who bite into this adaptation of russian teacakes. from the 1971 betty crocker recipe card library. posting for zwt3
this recipe is for a tradional english cake/dessert/snack. everyone in my family loves this recipe, though its so old i cant remember where it came from. we all love it because its such a sweet, gooey, rich comfort food! its so easy to make, why not try i
this recipe is dedicated to andi of longmeadow farm (chef #428885) and her beloved cows (see that backwards is swoc). a friend made these for a fun afternoon treat and i fell in love. when i asked what they were called she said cow pie cookies. i immed
my pantry is running very low on baking supplies, but i had a box of raisin-bran cereal that had too many raisins that i wanted to use up. so, i chose to adapt my other recipe: recipe #357474 using what i had on hand. i think this turned out really nice a
this is a bar-shaped variation of the similar no-bake cookies.
i came across these cookies once by accident, and then spent hours looking for them later! this recipe is based one the one from hannah kaminsky's blog, bittersweet (http://bittersweetblog.wordpress.com). these are vegan, gluten-free, and lower carb than
this is another of ma's recipes. sure to please! you can use any canned pie filling, fresh or dried (reconstituted) fruit of your choice.
very good! from chatelaine magazine.
these brownies don't contain as much chocolate as most recipes. with just 2 tbsp of chocolate, these are still satisfying enough (at least for me) and they are lower in calorie. the measurements may seem weird, but trust me the brownies are fudgy and deli
a moist chocolate cookie that reminds me of a flourless chocolate torte. pictures at: http://mitochondrialdepletionsyndrome.blogspot.com/2012/04/10-calorie-orange-sicle-miracle-cookie.html
these cookies are super easy to make and instead of white flour they have 10 grain pancake mix.
also known as reeses peanut butter bars.
no bake oatmeal cookies made with nitrean whey protein powder. just under 100 calories per cookie and 4.6 grams protein.
these were given to me by a co-worker. she’d made them for a fundraiser and i asked her for the recipe. she added toffee bits to the cookies. delicious!
i couldn't find the perfect 100% whole wheat graham recipe so i made one. these are highly popular with kids and come together very quickly. you can replace a little of the flour with milled flax, wheat germ, oat bran, or whatever you like. and you can
yes, there are 100,000 calories in each of these cookie bars. i counted each one as it made its way directly to my hips.
these cookies are crispy and crunchy and have a nice twist on the normal chocolate chip cookie. you can add as much chocolate chips as you want but i personally enjoy these cookies with only a little bit because there is so many other great flavors in the
this batter is very thick but bakes up to a yum yum chewy brownie that you will want to eat the whole pan. i usually double this recipe
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