Ooey Gooey Goodness
Chocolate chip cookies, you gotta have more. You can bake 'em in the oven, or buy 'em at the store. But when I'm good, have 'em ready at the door, and I'll love you until I die! ~ Girl Scout campfire song
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Melt in your mouth delights
These light, sweet, and crunchy Pavlova cookies will melt in your mouth.
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Holiday Brownies
Brownies don't have to be square! Dress them up for your celebration.
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Halloween Cookies
National Candy Corn Day is October 30th. Bake up some of these to celebrate!
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A Layer Bar Like No Other!
The word is in. Slate.com writer L. V. Anderson has named her picks for the official dessert for every state and Washington has won Nanaimo Bars. These creamy, crunchy treats from up north are delicious and easy to make. Try it yourself with this recipe.
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Madeleine Cookies
These Madeleine spongecake cookies are delightful because of the buttery flavor and their crispy ridges.
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Comfort Food Cookies
Peanut butter cookies always take me back to childhood...especially when they are warm and fresh from the oven.
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Macaron or Macaroon? That is the question.
Is someone you know gluten-free? Macarons are gluten-free naturally.
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Cookies in your Favorite Shape
I was looking for an alternative recipe to cut out sugar cookies the other day. I stumbled upon this recipe for Oatmeal Cut Out Cookies Iced with Vanilla Glaze, and gave it a try. They are delicious. They aren't dry, like I imagined, but perfectly chewy with a hint of cinnamon. The vanilla glaze adds just the right amount of sweetness. Truth is, I had a few this morning with my coffee!
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Peace in the Kitchen
My dad was the one who always made fudge at our house. He used to tell us how difficult it was. He really went on and on about how labor-intensive it was, and that it needed his expertise. Of course, we all believed him, and stayed out of his way while he was making the anticipated fudge. After my dad had died, I took it upon myself to try to figure out how to re-create his delicious fudge. I giggle every time I make it. Because it's SO EASY! The joke was on us. My dad just wanted a few minutes of peace in the kitchen alone. Which I understand. Making fudge can be a peaceful experience. For 5 minutes you do nothing but stir, that's a long time to be alone for some people. I do try to make fudge alone, but I always know my dad's right there with me.
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