Cookie Recipes include No Bake Oatmeal Cookie, Spry Christmas Cookie, a sugar cookie, and a Chocolate Brownies Recipe. Also included are baking tips and packing and shipping tips.
Do you love to find good cookie recipes? Love to bake them from scratch? You are at the right place. We have selected the best for you.
I was only 8 years old when I baked my first cookies using Mama's old Spry Shortening cookbook. Many years have passed, but I can remember vividly, the wonderful experience. I remember how tender and delicious they were!
Today, grocery shelves are filled with them already made.
Many are delicious. All are convenient. But, you can not buy nor put in a box the pleasure of making cookies from scratch.
Nor buy the nostalgic memories of eating a hot chewy or crunchy cookie fresh from the oven.
Some of these recipes are easy to make. Others take more time and effort. All are delicious and worth every minute of your time.
Baby Ruth Cookies
An Old Fashioned Cookie Recipe made by adding chopped Baby Ruth Candy Bars made of caramel, chocolate, and roasted peanuts to the batter. Included is a fascinating story on the origin and naming of the Baby Ruth Candy Bar.
These Brownies are made with self-rising flour, chocolate and nuts that give them a small cake like quality. They are topped with a yummy Fudge Frosting that makes them a moist, scrumptious cookie.
Chocolate Chip Cookies
All time favorite of young and old, made with less sugar. Delicious! Easy to make.
Our best! Made with cardamom and coriander spices, filled with current jelly and topped with slivered almonds. A family Christmas tradition.
These delicate, delicious cookies are made from a sponge cake batter then sprinkled with powdered sugar and nuts, if you prefer. They are so fun to make!
No Bake Cookie Recipe
Blue Ribbon winner in the 1970's. Peanut butter, coconut, and graham crackers rolled into balls and dipped in chocolate or butterscotch coating. They melt in your mouth. Delicious!
No Bake Oatmeal
Made with Oatmeal, Cocoa, Peanut Butter, and Pecans. Yummy!
Makes great snacks for children because of nutrients in oatmeal and raisins.
Also known as "Mexican Wedding Cookies", these are delicate round, white balls rolled in powdered sugar and often served at Mexican weddings and at Christmas time. They are a delightful treat for everyday fare.
Spry Christmas Cookie
Quick and easy to make. Just mix ingredients, roll in sugar, and bake. No need to roll and cut.
Soft, chocolate cake like with a yummy marshmallow filling.Suitable for lunch boxes or picnics.
If the recipe lists butter as the fat ingredient it is important not to substitute margarine or other vegetable shortening unless noted or for health reasons. You will not attain the buttery taste intended. The texture could also become altered.
It is also important to follow the mixing instructions precisely.
butter or other fat listed with sugar until light and fluffy starts the
sugar dissolving and incorporates air into the batter producing a
lighter and more delicate cookie.
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