Today is dedicated to our blue friend Cookie Monster and his love of cookies. So here a few holiday cookie recipes that I make almost every year. My batch of chocolate turtle that I made a couple of weeks ago is almost gone, and we have three more weeks yet to Christmas.
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Dear Joyce: Here are some recipes I made for the holidays.
Here's how you make wild birdseed cookies (recipe will yield two to three dozen):
Addison and Caitlin Johns, 8 and 6 years old, have this cookie selling thing down cold.
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Jack-’o-lantern cookies have a lightly sweetened cream cheese filling and the distinctive flavor of ginger.
Molasses and spice make for great autumnal flavors.
These rich molasses lace cookies are formed into cups and filled with a cream spiked with brandy and chocolate.
If you already have most of the ingredients on hand, baking cookies can be an inexpensive treat.
Don’t be afraid of the cayenne in these macaroons.
We’ve all seen salt-crusted caramel candies.
In these rich molasses cookies, the deep flavor of the molasses is complemented by the sweet apricot jam.
Here’s an excuse to buy that cookie press you’ve been staring at in the baking store.
These sugar cookies let you express your artistic side.
If the thought of holiday cookies already has you planning your diet for the new year, take a deep breath and remember that a cookie on its own is a relatively minor dietary sin — small and already portion-controlled.
The past year has been a busy one for Billings-area members of the Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming, and this week has been no different.