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MELTING SNOW fruit sugar cookie

MELTING SNOW fruit sugar cookie by Ben

Using Ben's Sugar cookies frost with cream cheese snow. Decorate with fresh fruit and glaze

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King Carrot Cupcakes

King Carrot Cupcakes by Salad Foodie

King-size, jumbo, giant - whatever you call these cupcakes, they are the colossal dessert treats for parties and special events. This carrot cake recipe makes 1 9-inch layer cake, or sufficient batter for 6 king-size cupcakes. This is ideal for small family birthday platters (see photos); or double the recipe to make a 2-layer cake or…

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Coconut Pecan Cookies

Coconut Pecan Cookies by Salad Foodie

A search on the Internet for a coconut pecan cookie recipe brought a few candidates forward and fortunately the first I tested was a slam-dunk. This is chewy, somewhat crunchy and divinely coconutty. I stayed very close to the original and glad it turned out so well. Kudos to Mike at his betterbaking.com blog for this toothsome…

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Frenchtoasty Bread Pudding w/Crystallized Ginger and Chocolate Sauce

Frenchtoasty Bread Pudding w/Crystallized Ginger and Chocolate Sauce by Smokinhotchef

A French classic and an old favorite join forces to maximize on taste sensation. A crisp exterior harnesses warm cinnamon, vanilla, and spicy ginger goodness for a sure to be recurring comfort food for many homes to come.

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CANDIED PECANS

CANDIED PECANS by GARY ESTESS

THIS RECIPE I MADE AND EVERY ONE OF MY FRIENDS GET ON CHRISTMAS. THIS IT SOMETHING YOU CAN NOT STOP EATING. I GIVE THE BASIC RECIPE YOU CAN ADD WHAT FLAVOR YOU WANT. I MAKE THEM HOT,SWEET,RUM,WISKEY,AMARETTO,MANY KINDS OF SEASONINGS.

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Strawberry Trifle

Strawberry Trifle by Micheline

This is a very appealing dessert made with fresh strawberries, angel food cake and sweet creamy layers. Serve it in a deep glass bowl or trifle bowl for a spectacular presentation. Prepare ahead as you will need to refrigerate for 4 to 6 hours.

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Pecan Tassies

Pecan Tassies by Tami

Miniature pecan pies pretty much sums up the flavor but these are even better. I don’t care for pecan pie as it is too sweet for me. However this portion controlled delicate golden brown crust filled with a gooey pecan filling is just right.

2 votes
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Chef Gino's Peanut Blossom Cookies

Chef Gino's Peanut Blossom Cookies by J. Gino Genovesi

Peanut Blossoms were developed by Freda Smith from Gibsonburg, Pa. in a National Pillsbury Bake-Offf competition in 1949. In 1957 she entered the recipe in another competition, however, her recipe did not clinch the grand prize. Pillsbury established a Bake-Off Hall of Fame. They later designed a cookbook , and her recipe was…

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Almond Biscotti

Almond Biscotti by Salad Foodie

Crunchy biscotti are my go-to coffee dunkers. The sweet toasts make a perfect hostess or holiday gift besides. This recipe features almonds but pecans or hazelnuts would be fine, with vanilla extract in place of almond.

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Classic Oatmeal Cookies

Classic Oatmeal Cookies by Frosted Flaker

I’ve tried many recipes of oatmeal raisin cookies but settled on this as the best one yet. It’s from Joy of Cooking (1997). The cookies are nubby-textured, and somewhat soft, with a mild brown sugar and oats flavor.

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Lemony Rolled Sugar Cookies

Lemony Rolled Sugar Cookies by Jesika Feldman

My friend came over a few weeks ago and asked me to help her make gluten free sugar cookies. What we came up with was a soft, chewy cookie with crisp edges from rolling them in sugar before baking. They’re light, sweet, and fluffy with a bit of tang from the addition of cream cheese and from lemon juice. They’re perfect to brighten…

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Andes Fudge Cookies

Andes Fudge Cookies by Jesika Feldman

These cookies have a slight crisp to the outside but a soft, gooey brownie like texture on the inside. They are intense, guaranteed to please any chocolate lover! I built this recipe after studying about ten or so variations, putting together what I thought would make the perfect cookie and if I haven't made I'm pretty darn close!…

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Open Faced Peach Mango Cobbler w/Crystallized Ginger

Open Faced Peach Mango Cobbler w/Crystallized Ginger by Smokinhotchef

Peaches and mangoes are wonderful and bright with natural, juicy sweetness, unmatched by many. This cobbler is a little more figure friendly in that there is only one crust as opposed to the traditional two. Ginger makes a notable appearance in this recipe for a natural spiciness and the luxury of being one of the super spices and…

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Easy Bake Biscotti

Easy Bake Biscotti by J. Gino Genovesi

The Biscotti can be traced back to Roman times. They were a convenient food that contained sustenance for both travelers and the Roman Legions. The dry, crunchy cookie contained no fat, but was nourishment for the Roman Legion. They were dipped in wine or any other liquid available. Because of the convenience of the Biscotti, the…

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Chocolate Dipped Cranberry Cookies

Chocolate Dipped Cranberry Cookies by Robyn Savoie

Cranberry and chocolate seem to make the perfect pair! You'll love this cookie's bright color and special flavor.

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