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What's your favorite holiday cookie? 10 new 100-calorie favorites

By Penelope Wall, December 4, 2009 - 12:58pm

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Penelope asks: Do you have a prize-winning holiday cookie recipe?

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Thanks for the great ideas. I think you should go for the Holiday Logs--they're really pretty!

Anonymous

12/07/2009 - 4:43pm

i love pecan pie, so i say go for the Double Nut & Date Tassies!

Anonymous

12/08/2009 - 2:39pm

I think the holiday logs are lovely! Do those!

Anonymous

12/08/2009 - 5:42pm

I ended up making the Fig ’n’ Flax Thumbprint Cookies. I made them this weekend and man are they good! We'll see how my girlfriends like them. My cookie swap is this Thursday and that will be the true test... I still want to try making the Holiday Logs too if I have time. Yum!

If you try any of these recipes, let me know how they come out.

Penelope

12/08/2009 - 6:08pm

My favorite cookies are pecan tarts. My grandmother used to make them and they signify Christmas to me. Cut-out sugar cookies too. And the gingerbread cokies a friend makes for me every year in the cookie tins she gives as gifts. They're the best and I only get them once a year. Really I love all cookies!

Anonymous

12/08/2009 - 9:33pm

Both this year's cookie platter (2010) and last year's (2009) have so many nuts included to boost the flavor and nutrition profile. While I like that idea, my son is highly nut allergic. I can leave the nuts out but then I don't get as much flavor in my cookie (or cake or entree) and it tastes "flat" or not as tasty and then we're wishing for the "regular" full fat or full sugar version again.

Please include more nut free recipes in your magazine! Leaving the nuts off isn't the solution when your recipe depends on them for flavor or substance (as in a crust).

Thanks,
Leslie

Anonymous

12/02/2010 - 2:46pm

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