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Macadamia Clusters

Submitted by: Cindy Carnes 
Home Town: Boone, Iowa, USA
Living In: Malvern, Iowa, USA
I made these for Christmas '98 for work and had to make more for return trips back to work. They are very easy and decadent looking. 
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Drop Nut Cookies

Submitted by: Carol 
What is Christmas without the little extras like nuts, spice and fruit. I am enclosing this recipe to share a little joy with you. 
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Peanut Clusters

Submitted by: Donna Farrand 
These chocolate peanut clusters are very easy to make. 
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Cranberry Macadamia Nut Bark

Submitted by: Cindy Carnes 
Home Town: Boone, Iowa, USA
Living In: Malvern, Iowa, USA
This candy recipe is very pretty on gift trays and tasty too. If cranberries are not on hand, dried cherries or raisins will work beautifully in this recipe. 
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Oklahoma Nut Candy

Submitted by: Jill Saunders 
My Mom, sisters and I would not feel like it was Christmas unless we had made this delicious candy. It tastes somewhere between fudge and caramels. It's best to use a wooden spoon to stir this candy with. 
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Beer Nut Cookies

Submitted by: Kevin Ryan 
Also good with honey-roasted and salted nuts. 
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Great Grandma's Nut Butter Balls

Submitted by: Kit 
My great grandma's recipe (duh). The combination of confectioners' sugar and cake flour makes them really melt in your mouth. Don't try to double unless you've got a really big mixer! 
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Chocolate Spoons

Submitted by: Michele Streichert 
These chocolate-covered spoons make delightful holiday gifts. They are so wonderful to have at home, too. Use them to stir a little chocolate into your coffee, or strengthen your hot chocolate. You will need 20 to 24 plastic spoons for this recipe.  
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Nut Horns

Submitted by: GRAVEY 
This cookie recipe is so good! It is a mixture of walnuts rolled in a sweet yeast dough. 
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Basic Nut Cookies

Submitted by: Mellan 
This recipe uses a pre-made mix that can be stored in a tightly covered container as it keeps several weeks at room temperature. You can look at the recipe for Basic Cookie Mix here at Allrecipes.com! Use 2 cups for this recipe. Add the following ingredients to the mix for Nut Cookies. 
 
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