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This recipe originated from my sister who got it from her mother-in-law and has been perfected over the course of 40 years. The only adjustment that I have made is the use of melting chocolates because they are easy to use and more predictable (She uses chocolate chips and parafin)
Use only Jif peanut butter and stick margarine (butter will not work in this recipe) and be sure to melt the margarine for perfect buckeyes every time.
This recipe may be reduce in size. I use a professional 6 qt. KitchenAid mixerSubmitted by 4AMAZINGME
These are not healthy food but a tradition at Christmas. by reducing the amount of sugar and making the balls smaller, you get a treat that is a little less calories that mom's original recipe.Submitted by ANGALAK
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
No flour cookie treats. They cool to a crispy, yummy cookie.
These are nice appetizers in the shape of a halfmoon. They're crispy outside with a creamy chicken filling.
It takes a while to make the whole batch but they last a long time as they are frozen and you only bake as many as are needed.Submitted by UMMWALEED
This is a very colorful soup with the red, green and white cheese tortellini and perfect to serve at a Christmas Eve while waiting for Santa. It is a very hearty and full flavored soup and also freezes well. This soup is from Taste of Home magazine by Michelle Goggins December/January 09. Happy Holidays.Submitted by MGS2551