Unplugged Cookie Recipe Exchange

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  1. Wimpy

    Wimpy Mouseketeer

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    I believe it is a north east thing. It's a brand of corn syrup.

    http://www.carriagehousebrands.com/kingsyrup.html
     
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  3. *NikkiBell*

    *NikkiBell* The WDW Merchandise Walking Bible Moderator

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    So what's everyone baking for Christmas?


    I was thinking of trying these out tomorrow....

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    Red Velvet Cake Balls
     
  4. Wimpy

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    Five more batches of fudge (about 8 total), peanut butter cookies, and sugar cookies. Already did 2 batches of chocolate chip cookies.

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  5. BobbinWeez

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    I made these for a cookie swap a few years ago and they were popular.

    Quick and Easy Peppermint Cookies
    1 roll (16.5 oz) Pillsbury Refrigerated Sugar Cookie Dough
    1/4 cup All Purpose Flour
    1 tsp Peppermint extract
    20 round hard peppermint candies, crushed
    1 1/2 cups of chocolate chips (White, Semi-sweet or Milk what ever your preference)
    Heat oven to 350°F. In large bowl, break up cookie dough. Stir or knead in 1/4 cup all-purpose flour until well blended. Add in peppermint extract and 3/4 of the crushed peppermint candies, reserve some to sprinkle on top of finished cookies. Shape dough into 1 inch balls. Bake 10-14 minutes until edges are golden brown. Cool 1 minute on baking sheet then remove to cooling rack.While cookies are baking melt chocolate chips in microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring between each interval until melted Dip half of each cookie into melted chocolate and sprinkle reserved candies on top. Place dipped cookies onto a wax paper lined tray until set.
     
  6. 1Grumpy9

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    I make something like this only instead of chocolate chips, I use butterscotch chips!! These cookies also freeze very well with parchment paper in between the layers.
     
  7. connie1042

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    Buckeyes

    1 stick of butter softened
    2 cups of peanut butter
    2 1/2 cups of powered sugar
    3 cups of rice krispies
    Mix all together, then roll into balls. Then dip into chocolate. Refrigerate until chocolate is hardened.
    These are really easy and they go fast. Very sweet and rich!
     
  8. rznhal

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    Or those little hard candies they sell at Joann's for cookie decorating? I think Wilton makes them??
     

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