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Thread: Looking For Tried & True Cookies

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    Looking For Tried & True Cookies

    Will be going to a cookie exchange with DD next mo.There will be 8ppl & everyone tries to bring their best cookies.I have all the standard recipes. Looking for outstanding cookies.
    Pat C

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    Sounds like this is for Christmas. I have made cookie platters for years, in the beginning from need and now for enjoyment. I am not a fan of rolling and cutting out cookies but have one receipe that requires that, Cream Wafers. The others are drop cookies that I love; Pistachio Nut, Andes Mint Cookies, Ricotta Cheese Cookies, Cappuccino Crinkles, Butter Horns (uses jam for a filling), Peanut Butter Blossoms and the most favorite has been the Christmas Mouse cookies made from peanut butter dough, uses mini chocolate chips for eyes, mini mm for the nose, peanut halves for ears and a red licorice string for the tail. They take a little time but have always been the sentimental favorite.
    If any of these interest you, pm me and I will share the recipes. The Andes mint cookies have the recipe on the outside of the package, you only need one package for them. Remember to use butter, fresh ingredients and you will be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdiane318 View Post
    Sounds like this is for Christmas. I have made cookie platters for years, in the beginning from need and now for enjoyment. I am not a fan of rolling and cutting out cookies but have one receipe that requires that, Cream Wafers. The others are drop cookies that I love; Pistachio Nut, Andes Mint Cookies, Ricotta Cheese Cookies, Cappuccino Crinkles, Butter Horns (uses jam for a filling), Peanut Butter Blossoms and the most favorite has been the Christmas Mouse cookies made from peanut butter dough, uses mini chocolate chips for eyes, mini mm for the nose, peanut halves for ears and a red licorice string for the tail. They take a little time but have always been the sentimental favorite.
    If any of these interest you, pm me and I will share the recipes. The Andes mint cookies have the recipe on the outside of the package, you only need one package for them. Remember to use butter, fresh ingredients and you will be fine.
    Love the mice but cannot find the red licorice string anywhere.
    May your bobbins always be full and may your stash be never ending.

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    Thank you.I received several sites & now have a bunch of recipes.Next mo will be here so quickly & that means we'll all be hip deep in Christmas plans.
    Pat C

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    Oh they sound wonderful, I just might try the little mice this yeat, my grandchildren will love those

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    These are very popular on a UK forum I go on, everyone calls them twinks

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/...70&postcount=4

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    Land O lakes has some good recipes. How about lady locks.
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    Love Butterscotch Gingerbread cookies! One of my favorites.

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    I am going to make those Janie, they are great.

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