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Stained Glass Window Cookies

Growing up, chocolate no bake cookies were one of my favorite treats. I loved the way the chocolate, peanut butter, and oatmeal combined to create a mild dessert with kid-loved flavors. As an adult, I learned that they’re pretty easy to make too, which explains they’re popularity at parties and …

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Italian Christmas Cookies

Every year for Christmas, my mother, my grandmother, my sisters, and I get together on a Saturday and spend hours making cookies. Through the first few batches, samples of the cookie dough and finished cookies get sampled, but we usually give up on tasting things after a few hours. All …

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Easy Pecan Pie Bars

Pecan pie is always a big hit in my house. It’s a sweet dessert, but the natural buttery texture and nutty flavor of the pecans makes it a pleasing treat, especially during the holidays. The only problem is that pies can take a long time and a lot of effort …

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Jolly Holly Cookies

When I first saw these cookies, I thought they looked just like little Christmas wreathes. These shiny green cookies are bright enough to stand out in any cookie arrangement and the addition of the red candies makes this a beautifully easy Christmas cookie recipe. The steps involved in making the …

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Peppermint Crunch Balls

There’s nothing that says Christmas quite like candy canes. Although the legend is a bit on the apocryphal side, story goes that these treats originated in Germany to keep children quiet during Christmas mass, with the white stripe used to represent forgiveness of sins. Whether true or not, these curved …

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