Stained Glass Christmas Cookies

by National Cookie Network

  I think cookies make a beautiful Christmas gift for anyone. I mean, who says you need to spend hundreds of dollars on Black Friday or Cyber Monday (or any other holiday shopping day for that matter)? They put a smile on some one’s face, they’ll never get returned or traded in, and even if they get [...]

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Fried Oreo Cookies

by National Cookie Network

Perhaps this would have been a better post to do in October, but I thought it was an interesting topic just the same. I was curious what kinds of odd cookies and recipes are out there. So I started to surf, and you know what? There are some really crazy cookies in this world. Today’s [...]

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German Holiday Oatmeal Cookies

by National Cookie Network

This recipe for German Holiday Oatmeal Cookies from The Gracious Pantry is one of my favorites because of it’s versatility. The recipe itself is for a healthier basic oatmeal cookie dough that you can add all kinds of flavorful ingredients to. When I made mine, I did part of the batch with mint extract and [...]

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Sea Salt Ginger Cookies

by National Cookie Network

  Oh, how I love this time of year. All the spices wafting through the air as my tiny oven does overtime in my tiny kitchen. But heck, my whole house is tiny, so I practically drown in cookie aromas wherever I go in my home. No complaints here! Especially when these Sea Salt Ginger Cookies are [...]

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Molasses Cookies

by National Cookie Network

Old fashion recipes have always been my favorite. While I can’t really put my finger on the exact differences, there is a distinct difference between old fashion cookies made from old fashion recipes, and the bland, plain, “might-as-well-be-just-flour-and-sugar-with-no-other-flavoring-cookies” that many recipes produce today. In fact I NEVER purchase store bought cookies anymore. Not because it [...]

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