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Neat German cookie. This is a recipe for a low carb version of a traditional Nicholas cookie that comes out of the Rhineland. The cookie is called "Speculatius" which means "image." In Europe, the "image" is the mirror-image of a Nicholas which had been pressed into a wooden mold and then turned out on a sheet to bake in the oven. If you don't have these molds, you can roll out dough and use a cardboard pattern (about 7-inches tall) of a gingerbread bishop to cut around for the basic shape and everyone further decorates it as the imagination dictates. We simply rolled them into 2 inch diameter logs and cut 1/4 inch slices. Thin cookies are tastiest. Yum!
Submitted by GLENNWA1
Taylor's variation on ginger cookie from the book "The Christmas Cookie Club"Submitted by GLENNWA1
Recipe info is for cookies without frosting. Submitted by SHAHANN
**I have been making these cookies for 20 plus years for my family for the holiday's. When I started my weight wasn't an issue. But now I need a reality check to see how many calories are in these little treats. If anyone is brave enough to play with this recipe to reduce the calories I would love to see a revised version. One thing I know is it doesn't work with light margarine. Since my family (mostly husband) is a cookie freak and insists that I make huge trays of cookies for everyone at Christmas I would never hear the end of it if I didn't make them - so my options are either making a lower calorie version or testing my will power (who can resist hot melting chocolate chips?). Submitted by QUEENBEA77
A veganized, healthified and scaled-down version of an old Crisco recipe that is great for making cut-outs that are decorated or rolled in cinnamon sugar, and for just plain eating!! Submitted by JO_JO_BA
These are best served straight out of the oven, when they're still a bit gooey inside from the delectable cheese. You can't just have one though- consider yourself warned. Submitted by JO_JO_BA
I doubt you can find a banana loaf that is any richer or more decadent than this one. Not only is it rich with vanilla, bananas, and a hint of strawberry jam, but in place of the traditional butter base is chocolate truffle base. Yes, I did!
Make sure you adhere to the "cool in pan" instructions, though, and use a BIG loaf pan or be prepared for a few extra muffins.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
This came from one of my George Brown classmates in exchange for my Soy Awesome Cookies recipe. He noted that this cake should be thinly sliced when served. Makes 3 loaves, 14 slices per serving.Submitted by JO_JO_BA