Submitted Cookie Recipes --2002
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USA - Tuesday, December 31, 2002 at 17:31:26 (EST)
Antoinette's Holiday Potato Chip Cookies
Robin, as a guy, I also have many fond memories of making Christmas cookies
with my mother and younger brothers and sisters. I have a recipie I obtained
from a wonderful woman I worked for Best Foods in Totowa, NJ. Whether it
was her original recipie or not, I do not know. They are fantastic and
"different" from the what people expect when you give them Christmas
Heat oven to 300 degrees
1 pound (4 sticks) of butter (don't replace butter with margarine)
1 cup of sugar
3 1/4 cups of flour
2 teaspoons of vanilla (use the good stuff)
1 1/2 cups of crushed potato chips (I find the Lays Wavy Potato chips work
Cream the butter and the sugar well. Gradually add flour and vanilla.
Next, fold in the crushed potato chips.
Drop by teaspoonful on an ungreased cookie sheet. Flatten (a bit) with a
Bake 15 to 20 minutes or until they are golden brown (I find it usually takes
more time for me to cookie the cookies).
Once cooled, sprinkle with confectionary sugar.
The salt, sweet, crunch taste ofthese cookies will have all of your friends
asking for the recipie.
I hope you enjoy this "unique" recipie and say, "Thanks, Antoinette, next
time you see someone enjoying her recipie.
Scottsdale, AZ USA - Saturday, December 14, 2002 at 15:27:24 (EST)
2 1/2C Sugar
5 oz Evaporated Milk
7 oz Marshmallow Creme
8 oz Almond Bark
1/2C Crushed Peppermint Candy Canes
Red Food Coloring (optional)
Combine first three ingredients in large sauce pan, and boil for 5 minutes.
Remove from heat. Add Marshmallow Creme and Almond Bark. Blend until smooth.
Stir in candy. Add food coloring to desired pink. Line 9X13 pan with foil,
butter foil, and pour mixture into pan. Sprinkle top with additional peppermint
candy bits. Let harden before cutting. Cut with a warm knife. Enjoy!
Colorado Springs, CO USA - Tuesday, December 10, 2002 at 15:59:48 (EST)
Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Bars
2 rolls Phillsbury choc. chip cookie bars
2 8oz. cream cheese - soft
3/4 cup white sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
3/4 cup flaked coconut
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
Heat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 9x13 baking dish. Slice one cookie roll
and press in bottom of pan. Cream remaining ingredients and spread on top
of dough. Slice remaining cookie roll and arrange on top to cover, bake 40-45
minutes, cool, cut into bars.
Huntington Mills, Pa USA - Monday, December 09, 2002 at 20:00:57 (EST)
Butter Buds 1cup butter 1/2 cup brown sugar 1/2 cup white sugar 1 egg
2 cups flour 2tsp. cream of tartar 1tsp. baking soda pinch of salt 1 tsp.
vanilla Mix all ingredients and roll into small balls and flatten with a
fork... Bake 12 minutes @ 350 degrees. Please use butter thes cookies are
Sheboygan, Wi USA - Thursday, December 05, 2002 at 21:01:03 (EST)
Chewy Cocolate Peanut Bars
- Prep time: approx. 20 min. Ready in: approx. 16 hours. Makes 4 dozen (48
1 cup corn syrup
1 teaspoon vanilla ext
3/4 cup peanut butter
2 1/4 quick-cook oats
1 1/2 cups semisweet choc.
1 3/4 cup unsalt. peanuts
In medium saucepan over med. heat, combine the corn syrup, peanut butter
and choc. chips. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Continue to boil for
5 minutes. Remove from heat, stir in vanilla, oats and peanuts - turn onto
well-greased 10x15" jellyroll pan or any sheet with 1" side. When cool enough
to touch, grease your hands and pat the mixture down flat in pan. Refrigerate
overnight. Let stand for 20 mintes before cutting into squares. Taste like
Elizabeth, CO USA - Wednesday, December 04, 2002 at 21:16:54 (EST)
Simple Sugar Cookie Rudolph
This is easy to do with young children and they love them. They also look
adorable on the cookie trays.
Buy slice and bake sugar cookies or if you have time, make your own. Slice
cookies and arrange on cookie sheet. Add two chocolate chips for eyes, a
cinnamon "redhot" candy for the nose on the lower portion of the cookie.
Take two round pretzels rings and press 1/3 of the pretzel flat into the
top of cookie to make antlers. Bake as directed.
CT USA - Wednesday, December 04, 2002 at 08:48:34 (EST)
Lithuanian "Little Ears" Cookies
12 egg yolks
8 tbsp. sugar
4 shots rum
3 1/2 cups sifted flour
Oil for deep frying
Beat egg yolks until thick and lemon in color. Add sugar, whiskey and enough
flour to make a firm dough, that does not stick.
Knead dough on a sprinkling of flour until no additional flour is needed
to prevent sticking.
Next, with a rolling pin proceed to beat the dough with the rolling pin.
Wack it good and hard.
The dough will flatten out and elongate. When it is roughly three times the
length you had started with, fold the dough into thirds onto itself and beat
it some more.
Keep beating and folding the dough for approximately 15 - 20 minutes. (What
you are doing with the folding and beating of the dough is creating layers
of dough compressed with pockets of air. You can test for this by slicing
through the dough with a sharp knife, occasionally as you go. You will see
tiny bubbles develop and you will see layers of dough forming.)
Roll out the dough thinly with just a bit of flour on the rolling surface.
It should be almost thin enough to see through.
Cut into diamond strips 4 inches long and 2 inches wide. Make a slit lengthwise
in the middle of each strip just big enough to pass the two longer corners
ends through. Or if you're like me and get lazy...cut them into diamond shapes
and that's it.
Using vegetable oil, deep fry in at least 2 inches of fat at 350 degrees
or a high temperature.
The pastry will quickly puff up and be ready in 15 to 30 seconds when golden.
Do not allow to get brown. Drain on paper towels and sprinkle with confectioners'
(Use the first two or three pastries as a test. They should puff up as soon
as they hit the oil. They should not be oil-heavy when done. If they don't
puff right away, the oil is not hot enough.)
The rum is added to this recipe to prepare the pastries for deep frying.
When the pastry is placed in the hot oil, the alcohol evaporates quickly
and does not let the pastry absorb the oil. The alcohol is gone and it will
leave a subtle flavor.
These pastries are so light, that they are fragile. They just melt in your
You will be pleasingly surprised at how easy these are to make and how delicious
Lake Forest, CA USA - Sunday, November 24, 2002 at 20:50:56 (EST)
(or as my family calls them "Red & Green Cookies", this is the one cookie
that I HAVE to make every year for Christmas. Even if I think I don't have
time I make these. These are the ones my sister & mother and I made every
year together from the time we were small to the time we went out on our
2 1/2 cups soft butter
2 1/2 cups powdered sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
6 cups cake flour (has to be cake flour)
2 tablespoons vanilla
Red & Green food coloring
Cream butter and sugar. Add 2 cups of flour, eggs, vanilla and salt. Beat
well. Add remaining flour and mix well.
Seperate into two halves. Dye one half red and one half green. As light or
dark as you would like them to be.
Form dough into rolls/ropes. Wrap in waxed paper. Chill overnight or at least
Slice and bake at 350 for 10-12 minutes. Do not grease pan.
Dough gets soft quickly (all that butter) so I only take one roll out of
the refrigerator at a time.
I always intend to make these in pastels for Easter. They aren't knock down
pretty but my family loves them so.
Oak Lawn, IL USA - Friday, November 08, 2002 at 00:59:59 (EST)
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