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.
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!
cookies that taste like little caramel apple cakes. cook time is for each cookie sheet. ready set cook entry that kids will like lots!
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.
my mom made these and put them on her christmas cookie trays...very good!
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.
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
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
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 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!
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
these satisfying sugar-free treats are so packed with dried cherries and rolled oats that they taste more like delicious granola bars. as an added bonus, you can whip them up in less than half an hour. from shape magazine,recipe of tiffany tse.
these are my family's favourite macaroon. always a constant on holiday platters. i guessed at the amount, because i usually combine large and small cookies when i bake.
this is my favourite shortbread cookie, and i always have the ingredients on hand. so simple to make and so delicious, it produces a very delicate shortbread that is sure to please.
this recipe is so simple. sometimes i put chocolate chips in too, but then it is 4-ingredient cookies! also, you can use 1/2 white sugar and 1/2 brown sugar to make a deeper caramel or molasses-y taste.
these cookies are absolutely delicious and practically guilt free! only about 35 calories per cookie! they are so tasty and soft you would never guess how healthy they really are. great dessert or snack for the fall and winter seasons. i have a few in my
these are so wonderful, and worth every bit of the extra effort. this recipe is from an old gourmet magazine, i think - my copy is so old and yellowed from use, i can barely read it any more. these are almost like candy, but more sophisticated!
a friend sent this recipe to me and they sound so delicious. i just had to share this. i haven't tried this yet but i intend trying them soon.
this is adapted from the quaker oats vanishing oatmeal cookie recipe. i love oatmeal cookies, but most are too bland for me. my family gobble these up almost as soon as they come out of the oven. i use a small general purpose ice cream scoop to make unif
this recipe makes the best home made chocolate chip cookies ever! i have tried many recipes and tweaked them over the years and finally have mastered it enough to put in my cookbook! they have a nice crisp edge, but a chewy middle! they're perfect!
ohh, one of my favorite quick sweet recipes! when i was about 10, i was at a friend’s house and the mother made a few batches of these. when my ma picked me up, i had her taste one and she had to get the recipe. these are soooo good! they are quite addi
this cookie is made without flour and without sweetened condensed milk. light and chewy. i prefer using unsweetened coconut, but sweetened is fine. this was my grandmother's recipe... probably from better homes and gardens. they are flat, not the trad
recipe from stop and smell the rosemary.
soft and moist on the inside with just a little crisp on the outside. the chocolate powder and chocoltae chips makes for an intense chocolate flavor. chocoltae lovers dream!
this cookie recipe is a definite must have in your recipe box!! warning! once you start eating these... it's really hard to stop at just two.. or three.. or.. well, you get the picture. :) my grandmother gave me this delectably delicious recipe and everyo
these are divine! they come out perfect.
taken from my mom's treasury of recipes. you can substitute craisins instead of the raisins - they taste wonderful too!
be careful...these are the type of treat that gets better the more you eat. dangerous to keep around, so you may want to share some!
my most requested cookie recipe. i am unsure of the yield, but should be approx. 2 dozen. they are usually eaten from the cookie sheet before they are cooled.
a tea time recipe that sounds easy and delicious found on http://www.godsglory.org/recipes.htm. states "the following recipes are some traditional favorites in south africa." feel free to use splenda in place of the sugar (i have done this with good res
from cooking light (september 2002). allow an extra 30 minutes for the dough to chill.
i modified this recipe to be truly vegan. am storing it here so i don't lose it again.
found these while playing on the internet and decided to give them a try soon. for the dulce de leche, you can either make your own (many good recipes on this site) or find it in a local market that has a good selection of latin american products.
my mom used to make these years ago, from a recipe she got on an all bran cereal box. i found this on the kellogg's website, and it sounds right. they are very yummy! we just called 'em 'breakfast cookies', and if she was gonna let me have them for bre
this is my all time favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe. i found it originally on the back of a package of hershey baking pieces, which i don't think they even make anymore. i thought i lost the recipe there for a while but finally found it and was very
this is a terrific cookie that i got at a pampered chef party. it is delicate but full of flavor. the variations are wonderful as are the mix ins. it is a great way to get several different cookies from one recipe.
these are easy no-bake cookies my children are always asking for, but we have to have for the holidays. they are so easy the kids can take over after you melt the almond bark.
this sweet treat is loved by kids of all ages!
i have had this recipe for so long that i can't remember where it came from, but i think i got it out of a magazine or newspaper. i like it because you can use the dough in so many different ways. for the holidays, you can press half of a candied cherry i
chocolate chip and toasted almond christmas cookies.
source: taste of home
this is a recipe for one of king arthur flour's best-selling cookies. they are chewy-crisp cookie with an intense almond flavor.
these macaroons are really quick to make, and they are so yummy! the original recipe was on the label of solo brand pure almond paste. only three ingredients, how easy is that?! but i do add coconut and a cherry on top to make these beauties!
from the italian inn cookbook. i just love these, there are so many possibilities. they are fun, and most of all delicious.
these rich, chewy cookies are gluten-free and honey sweetened. you can add optional ingredients to your taste.
these crisp little cookies, reminiscent of chinese almond cookies, will taste great in any shape your cookie press makes, but be sure to choose a tip with at least a 1/2 -inch opening. otherwise, the ground nuts might get caught in the opening.
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