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German Drop Cookies

German Drop Cookies by Salad Foodie

Pecan-laden German Drop Cookies are reminiscent of Mexican wedding cookies, but I like these even better for the cinnamon-laced powdery topping. You can make ahead and freeze the dough if well wrapped, then thaw and bake at a later date. This recipe appeared in Relish Magazine a few years ago.

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My standard recipe for all of my cakes

My standard recipe for all of my cakes by Cupcake Vixen

I am sure that those of you that look over my cake recipes have noticed a certain pattern with all of my cakes. This is the standard recipe that I have tested for years that is fool proof everytime. This is a great recipe for those who are just coming into baking. I always use this recipe for all of my wedding cakes because the…

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Valentine Sugar Cookie Cutouts

Valentine Sugar Cookie Cutouts by Salad Foodie

Perfect cookie dough for sugar cutouts, here made into Valentine hearts.

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Raspberry Topped Poppy Seed Cookies

Raspberry Topped Poppy Seed Cookies by Salad Foodie

A perfect dainty cookie for tea time, Valentine's Day, Christmas, or other special occasion. Buttery-rich, pretty and easy to make.

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Marinated Roasted Pepper Canape

Marinated Roasted Pepper Canape by Chef Smith

The pepper mixture can be made ahead of time.

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Coconut Kisses

Coconut Kisses by Salad Foodie

Think macaroon with a chocolate kiss - a match made in heaven. These will disappear fast on your valentine cookie tray. Be sure to have chocolate kisses unwrapped and ready to pop onto cookie tops when removed from oven.

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Petits Choux au Fromage

Petits Choux au Fromage by Chef Smith

* A savory version of Pate A Choux that many upscale restaurants use as a filler at the beginning of a meal or as an appetizer for those who are waiting for their tables.

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SLAPPY COOKIE OR SAD HAPPY

SLAPPY COOKIE OR SAD HAPPY by GARY ESTESS

THE NAME COMES FROM MY KIDS AND MY WIFE. THIS RECIPE, MY GRAND MOTHER ALWAYS MADE FOR US AS A SNACK. THERE SO GOOD YOU WANT TO EAT ALL OF THEM. THE NAME ALSO COMES FROM WHEN THEY BAKE, THEY PUFF UP AND THEN THEY FALL. EVERY TIME.

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