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Shortbread Wheels

Shortbread Wheels

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"Very pretty chocolate and plain shortbread cookies." — by Ruth 
Simple Sugar Cookies

Simple Sugar Cookies

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"One of the simplest sugar cookies ever! When baked, they are delicious and it's hard to keep them in the cookie jar for long...because everyone eats them too quickly." — by Tiffany Clinton 
Jewel Swirls

Jewel Swirls

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"Sour cream and gelatin pinwheeled cookie...the dough needs to be refrigerated for at least 3 hours." — by D. Wiman 
Mom's Sugar Cookies

Mom's Sugar Cookies

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"These cookies are great rolled out or you can put them through the bar cookie disc of a cookie press to make thin cookies. (Using a cookie press is much faster than rolling them out.)" — by Sally 
Grammie's Sweet Milk Cookies

Grammie's Sweet Milk Cookies

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"My grandmother made these in her woodstove oven and I have always guessed at the cooking temperature and cooking times. As is usual with lots of older recipes no exact amount of flour was listed either." — by Sonia 
Soft Ginger Cut-Outs

Soft Ginger Cut-Outs

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"These are a soft cake-like, low fat gingerbread cookie frosted with white frosting. They are also known as Sally Ann Cookies." — by Karin Christian 
Cream Tea Cakes

Cream Tea Cakes

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"Sandwich these scones in pairs with raspberry jam. A dollop of clotted cream on top, a pot of strong tea, aahhh!" — by Marc Boyer 
The Absolute Best Cookie Recipe Ever

The Absolute Best Cookie Recipe Ever

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"Sugar cookies that can be cut into any shapes you like. " — by POODLEGIRL 
Shiela's Sugar Cookies

Shiela's Sugar Cookies

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"A cut-out cookie you can depend on. A hint of lemon in the cookie and frosting makes these sugar cookies highly addictive. " — by MICHELLE BUSSEY 
Chanukah Cookies

Chanukah Cookies

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"Kids will love to bake and decorate these simple cookies." — by DelightfulDines 
Frosted Molasses Ginger Sandwich Cookies

Frosted Molasses Ginger Sandwich Cookies

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"Molasses cut-out cookies are sandwiched together with a ginger-spiced frosting." — by RAMB 
Raspberry Hearts

Raspberry Hearts

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"Melt in your mouth cookies and beautiful for Valentine's Day!" — by Robin 
Almond Thins

Almond Thins

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"Thin and delicate, these are perfect for everything from formal parties to your morning coffee." — by Violet Gibbons 
Vanilla Wafers II

Vanilla Wafers II

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"Ditch the store-bought variety for homemade with this easy recipe for vanilla wafers." — by Sandy Greathouse 
Mrs. Schaller's Sugar Cookies

Mrs. Schaller's Sugar Cookies

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"A popular rolled cookie that can be cut into shapes and decorated with frosting." — by RICK MEDLA 
Zimtsterne

Zimtsterne

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"Zimtsterne, cinnamon-spiced German star cookies, are always a hit, especially for Christmas." — by Diana 
Sour Cream Sugar Cookies II

Sour Cream Sugar Cookies II

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"This is the recipe my mother-in-law always used for cut-out cookies." — by MJK 
Grandma Sheets' Sugar Cookies

Grandma Sheets' Sugar Cookies

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"This is my Grandma's recipe -- very light in color even though there are eggs in it. We lived in southern Ohio -- besides being coarse and thick they are not terribly sweet, even with the sugar on top. They're the best! (I have to add up to 9 cups of flour because of humidity where I live.)" — by Kathy Sheets 
Orange Sugar Cookies

Orange Sugar Cookies

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"An elegant cutout or shaped sugar cookie flavored with orange juice and orange zest." — by SNOWWHITE934 
Anise Cookies (Springerle)

Anise Cookies (Springerle)

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"This is a 100 year old recipe from Germany. I use it every Christmas. Its traditionally served with black coffee to dunk the cookie in. I prefer to eat them when they are still warm as the lemon flavor and the anise is a wonderful combination and the lemon is stronger at that time." — by judy 
 
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