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    This is my recipe for Nieman Marcus cookie. N.M . Oatmeal Chocolate chip cookies; 2 cups butter 240z chocolate chips, 4 cups flour, 2 cups brown sugar, 2tsp soda, 1tsp salt, 2 cups sugar 1 8oz Hershey bar grated 5 cups blended oatmeal, 4 eggs, 2tsp vanilla, 2 tsp baking powder, 3 cups chopped nuts. Measure oatmeal and blend in a blender to a fine powder. Cream butter with both sugars. Add eggs and vanilla mix together with flour, oatmeal, salt , baking powder and soda. Add chocolate chips, grated candy bar and nuts. Roll into balls and place two inches apart on cookie sheet. Bake for 10 minutes at 375 Makes 112 cookies.

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    My favorite cookie is old fashioned oatmeal with plumped raisins.
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    Mine is carrot cookies with orange frosting. Best ever!

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    My MIL's recipe for Double Chocolate Cookies with Chocolate pudding. They are downright decadent.

    Have to admit that I found the Mice-Stuffed cookies quite intriguing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetayre View Post
    Mine is sour cream cookies filled with mice meat my grandmother made Been a long time.
    I sure hope that was a typo error or else you have more rodents than anyone I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnie View Post
    And if you drink chocolate wine with it, well than you've done your health ting for the day.
    it's base is ted wine, good for you, and chocolate, get the dark one, really good foryou.
    what a combination!!!
    Oh Lynnie, now you're stretching it...lol. 😀

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    Old fashioned sugar cookies. If I have the urge, I add roasted macadamia nuts and white chocolate chips, and they taste like the ones at Subway (when they are done right). But better.

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    you all know the peanut blossom cookies - the ones with the Hershey's kiss on top - they were in the 1957 Pillsbury Bake Off and did NOT win!!

    I like any cookie with candy on top, lol!

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    Frosted sugar cookies (you know, the ones that are shaped with cookie cutters).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladydukes View Post
    Favorite? There's lots! One that my family always requested is called Monster Cookies. I guess it is because they contain oatmeal, peanut butter, chocolate chips, M&Ms as well as all the other normal ingredients. At Christmas time, I use the red and green M&Ms and at Easter I use the pastel M&Ms...
    This was one of my family's favorites! Have lost the recipe, but found one called 'Dishpan Cookies' that is almost exactly the same. I loved it when DGS was young and hubby wasn't diabetic because you could make it and have dough to pull out for several days for hot, fresh cookies.

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    My DH loves the sugar-free chocolate chip that I make for him. I have some old recipes that our family loves...Rum Cookies, Date Drop Cookies, Lemon, then my DD's Neiman Marcus and Soft Ginger Cookies. We do go overboard a little this time of the year!

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    carrot cookies sound good for you and super delicious! I could eat a bag worth of those.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Got out my "old" Betty Crocker Cookbook and for curiosity checked it's Copyright year. 1950!!! When I was a Senior in High School (1961-1962), they got all new BC Cookbooks and gave the seniors the old ones and I use mine to this day!! Am going to try the Molasses Crinkles that were mentioned. Thinking about this made me remember that I won the Betty Crocker Homemaker of the Year award at our school that year too. I still have the pin in my memento box. Thanks for listening

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    I use to like Choc oatmeal the best until I made choc chip cookie dough with peppermint M&Ms. Fantastic!!!!

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    Not really a cookie eater, but in the late 50's my grandmother used to make us an old fashioned sugar cookie, and it had a bit of lemon in it. She always served it with pineapple juice! Great tasting....and they were usually huge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldHairTwister View Post
    Got out my "old" Betty Crocker Cookbook and for curiosity checked it's Copyright year. 1950!!! When I was a Senior in High School (1961-1962), they got all new BC Cookbooks and gave the seniors the old ones and I use mine to this day!! Am going to try the Molasses Crinkles that were mentioned. Thinking about this made me remember that I won the Betty Crocker Homemaker of the Year award at our school that year too. I still have the pin in my memento box. Thanks for listening
    Thanks for the copyright date. I needed that as I have 5 "old" BC cookbooks. I collect them and my kid occasionally find one & gift it to me. DH loves molasses cookies but my favorite are Spritz cookies or DMIL sugar cookies (rolled, cut out & frosted afterwards.) Lots of work but worth it.
    I meant to behave......but there were too many other options

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    I too love Mexican Wedding Cakes. My mom always made them. Oh my, that was 30 years ago. The years sure fly. I will be making them this Christmas along with Divinity.
    Happy Quilting Grandma of 15, 3 Greats

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    It wasn't a typo! She meant MICE MEAT. How do I know? Our cat had the same recipe! lol........

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    Frosted cut out sugar cookies year round are my favorite cookies. Am not a fan of choc chip cookies. I will pass them up if any other cookie is available.

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    Being serious, I love lots of different kinds. My mother use to make some incredible bars she called chess bars. I love butter cookies that are light. I love anything with peanut butter and chocolate hands down. I love cookies that have a layer of caramel on top then coated with chocolate. We buy oatmeal and molasses cookies a lot. I love those chewy coconut cookies. Yum!!

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    Peanut butter chocolate chip is my favorite.

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    One of our favorites and very easy to make.

    Devil's Food Sandwich Cookies

    1 box devil's food cake mix
    2/3 c. oil
    2 eggs

    Mix together. Roll dough into marble sized balls. Cook on cookie sheet for 8 minutes @ 350. Remove and cool on rack. Spread vanilla frosting on cookies and make sandwich. I prefer cream cheese frosting, but husband loves vanilla.
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    We like Chinese Noodle Cookies.....kind of a cross between a cookie and candy....decadent. PNB, butterscotch morels, cocktail peanuts and chow mein noodles......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewnoma View Post
    MICE meat? Oh, I hope that's a typo!! LOL!
    me too, yikes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by binkister View Post
    could you share the recipie please. thanks

    Here's the story I was told about the "Nieman Marcus" Cookies:
    A lady was at the Nieman Marcus restaurant and was so enamored with the
    dessert cookie, she asked the waiter if she could have the recipe.
    He said yes, it was 2 and would be added to her bill.
    She paid by credit card and later when she found out she had been
    charged not 2.00 but 200.00 she vowed to get the recipe out to as
    many ppl as she possibly could, bc she was so angry.
    I don't know if one word of this story is true, but I know the cookies
    are beyond delicious! (I freeze some after baking for gifts, and
    have been known to eat them frozen and had to make more! )
    This is a large recipe and if you make the cookies small, you can get
    as many as 200 count. You may want to make big ones or cut the
    recipe in half.

    *YOU NEED A HEAVY DUTY MIXER WITH DOUGH HOOKS
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    I have tried mixing by hand - impossible. A regular mixer will burn up
    as this is a very dense dough, but worth every step.


    NIEMAN MARCUS COOKIES


    2 c. butter
    2 c. sugar
    2 c. brown sugar
    4 eggs
    2 t. vanilla
    4 c. (all purpose) flour
    5 c. oatmeal
    1 t. salt
    2 t. baking powder
    2 t. baking soda
    24 oz. chocolate chips
    1 8 oz. grated Hershey Bar or milk chocolate chips
    3 c. chopped nuts (pecans and Walnuts are good!)

    Measure oatmeal and blend to a fine powder.
    Cream butter and sugar
    Add eggs and vanillia
    In another bowl mix dry ingredients.
    Add chips, candy and nuts.
    Bake 6 - 7 1/2 minutes at 375* (test first batch for your oven variances)
    Makes 112 medium sized cookies.
    Portioned small can make as many as 200.
    Recipe can be halved.

    I have bought refrigerated rolls of chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies
    and added milk chocolate chips for a faster/easier version, although
    good, it's not THIS good.
    I have also used self rising flour and omitted the baking powder and
    baking soda.
    I prefer White Lily Flour for this recipe.
    You can make rolls of dough with waxed paper and refrigerate or
    freeze it for later consumption. (also, this enable you to make
    dough ahead).
    Take one out and slice the dough equally and bake.
    Last edited by Mousie; 12-07-2014 at 11:26 AM.
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