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This recipe I add with a heavy heart. It was given to me by my Mother-in-Law, Anna May Keuhn. Anna passed away on April 25, 2008 after a long and fierce battle with cancer.
This cookie has a terrific pecan flavor and its very easy to make. To bring out the flavor of the pecans spread them evenly out on a cookie sheet and roast in the oven for about 10 minutes at 350 degrees.
I consider this one of the first authentic ethnic recipes to be put on my web sight. Back in the middle sixties when I was growing up neighborhoods were much different from today.
I'm sure some bakers have tried this recipe before. My grandmother Reta Harmon use to make these every year for Christmas. Reta was a beautiful woman with very petite features and a complexion full of freckles.
These cookies use to be in my usual Christmas cookie list as they were the easiest cookie to make. They are like Reese's Peanut Butter cups.
This recipe is so simple only three ingredients. The nice thing about this cookie is you can fill it with anything that is your family favorite.
My Mom was and avid baker. We always seemed to have something freshly baked at our house. I don't remember ever having something store bought except for the occasional doughnut.
I don't have a funny story for this recipe but I do remember making this from the time I was married and currently. I love to bake but I don't because we all have a weight problem in this family...
This recipe was given to me from my ex-mother-in-law. I hate to call her that because she was my mother in-law for almost 30 years.
This recipe is from my Mom's red and white cookbook. All of her recipes are written in long had by her. She had beautiful penmenship unlike myself.
My personal opinion is that anything with cream cheese frosting is great. These cookies are a wonderful choice if you need and easy cookie to take to the local church pot luck or school function. .
This has got to be one of the easiest cookie bars to make. You will most likely have all the ingredients in your pantry or handy in your cupboards. This comes from one of my Moms treasured recipe cards.
This recipe was given to be by a girlfriend I miss very much. She lived in warren right behind me. Teresa was new to the area so she didn't know anyone.
To tell you the truth about this recipe....I have never tried these. I was looking for something in my many cookbooks and pulling one down from the cupboard this piece of paper fell out.
With Thanksgiving close by this recipe came to mind. If you like the taste of pumpkin these are a great change from the ordinary pumpkin pie.
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Trying not to be defeated on my idea, I decided to create my own recipe. Starting with a basic snicker doodles recipe I started to tweak it until I came up with what I think is the perfect recipe for a delicious fall cookie treat.
This is not my own recipe but it is the favorite on the Christmas cookie tray. It has become one of our family traditional cookies for the Holidays.
This recipe goes way back when I was a little girl. This traditional cookie has many names but my mother called them Noel Balls and they were only baked at Christmas time.