Tag Archive 'cookies'

Cranberry Bliss Cookies

on Dec 19th 2013

If you’ve ever had a Starbucks Cranberry Bliss Bar available only during the holidays – you will appreciate this recipe inspired from those tasty fruity bars. There is a lot of tounge pleasing flavors happening with this cookie.  Cranberry. Candied Ginger bits. White Chocolate.  Orange Zest. Cream Cheese Frosting! This year I created this recipe […]

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Cookie Cutter Cookies

on Dec 15th 2011

Here’s a delicious cookie recipe that is perfect for using those cookie cutters you’ve collected over the years.  I love this recipe because it does not have to be chilled and the dough does not spread out and distort the cut out shapes like the popular tube dough tends to do.  So grab the kids […]

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Pinwheel Cookies for My Little Bro! Happy Birthday Jason!

on Nov 2nd 2010

These made from scratch cookies are my little brother’s favorite cookies.  Since today is his BIRTHDAY, I decided to dedicate this post to him.  He was born 34 years ago today, on the same day Jimmy Carter was elected president.  Happy Birthday Jason!  And I’m so sorry your favorite cookies are disappearing fast.  Wish you […]

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Pastel Chocolate Mint Cream Cookies

on Apr 2nd 2010

Here is another one of our Easter traditions we enjoy at our house and wanted to share – Pastel Chocolate Mint Cream Cookies. The kids have helped me make these many times for Easters past. The recipe is quick and easy, made from scratch with basic ingredients, plus the mint creams. Thanks to Betsy, one […]

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Ritz

on Nov 30th 2009

Chocolate Peanut Butter Ritz Here’s another quick, fun, and tasty Christmas concoction. They are amazing! You will need: 3 Tubes of Ritz crackers 1 jar smooth Peanut Butter 1 pound chocolate almond bark Generously spread a cracker with peanut butter and add another cracker for a top. Repeat making peanut butter crackers using all 3 […]

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Grandmother’s Oatmeal “Fudgies”

on Aug 25th 2009

This is one of the easiest Southern treats I know how to make. I have fond memories of playing Rook and eating Fudgies at Grandmother’s house. Grandmother was the Rook champion of Trousdale County, and I still remember her whipping up Fudgies between Rook games on cold winter nights at her house. To please my […]

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