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Q&A: Looking for 7 layer cookie bar recipies?

Question by Freespiritseeker: Looking for 7 layer cookie bar recipies?
looking for the best 7 layer cookie bar recipes!

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Answer by Renate
Here you go Sweety: Happy Holidays

SEVEN – LAYER COOKIE BARS

1/4 lb. butter
1 c. crushed graham crackers
1 c. angel flakes coconut
1 pkg. Nestle chocolate chips (6 oz.)
1 pkg. Nestle butterscotch chips (6 oz.)
1 can sweetened condensed milk, NOT evaporated milk
1 c. walnuts meats, chopped

Melt butter in an 8 1/2 x 11 inch pan. Add layer by layer (do not mix) above ingredients in order listed.

Bake 32 minutes at 350 degrees in an aluminum pan OR 28 minutes at 350 degrees if a glass dish is used. Cut in bars when cool. Time baking carefully.

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Posted by in Bar Cookies and tagged with Cookie, Layer, Looking, recipies

Q&A: I’m looking for a recipe for Pecan Diamonds?

Question by Jesica: I’m looking for a recipe for Pecan Diamonds?
They’re bar cookies/candies my mother used to make but we’ve lost the recipe. I’ve scoured the internet and cant find them.
thank you good pd recipes

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Answer by Joanne A. W
Here you go:

http://www.yumyum.com/recipe.htm?ID=8436

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Posted by in Candy Bar Cookies and tagged with Diamonds, Looking, pecan, Recipe

I am looking for some innovative yet traditional dishes to serve for Thanksgiving?

Question by wickedchef: I am looking for some innovative yet traditional dishes to serve for Thanksgiving?
Our Thanksgiving here in canada is in 3 weeks, and although I could scour the recipes I have, I thought you would have some ideas that are just as good! I am having 14 people for dinner, and want to have a Turkey along with another meat, like a stuffed pork – no ham please.

Everything from appetizers and stuffings through to desserts – all from scratch. What do you think the perfect fancy meal would be?

What can you guys come up with?

Thanks!
Thanks, Mole – but Ham is Pork, yet Pork is not always Ham – Ham is more a style of cooked pork.

Anyway, your recipes sound really interesting, and I think I’ll email you!

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Answer by mole
wow hats off to you! i would cook the turkey on a grill outdoors to free up your oven for the other meat. pork is ham by the way. most common second meat served would be salmon.

appetizers would be king crab legs (if you can afford it), sliced veggies with a choice of dill dip, spinache dip, ranch dip etc., oyster stew would be a good opener, cooked shrimp, sliced dill pickles, sliced meat with cheese and crackers, olives,

desserts, molten volcano cakes, pumpkin pie, apple crisp, peach cobbler, berry mix cobbler, pecan pie, ginger cookies, red velvet bars, peanut butter cheese fudge,

fruit salad bowl of diced fruit, cornbread stuffing with raisins. green bean casserole all sorts. if you need recipes just email me, i have a bunch plus the ones i found on the website below

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I am looking for a recipe for a christmas german cookie?

Question by panhf: I am looking for a recipe for a christmas german cookie?
The cookie is round and has flaked almonds and lemon juice in it among other things and has a filling of cherry jelly and a glaze on top of powered sugar water and lemon juice ! when finished it is like a sandwich cookie

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Answer by Mistress of Spices
DREISPITZE: German jelly nut triangles

This versatile cookies can be made in any shape, traditionally they are round but this modern recipe uses a triangular shape.

Ingredients:

3/4 c butter
1/2 c sugar
2 eggs
2 1/4 oz ground almonds
2 c flour
1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
1/4 tsp salt
12 oz jam, such as cherry raspberry or apricot
flaked almonds for garnish

Directions:

Beat butter and sugar together on high speed until light and fluffy. Add eggs and continue to beat. Stir together flour, salt, lemon juice and ground nuts, and mix in on slow speed. Chill dough for one half to one hour.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Roll out dough to 1/8 inch thick. Using 2 1/2 inch round cookie cutter, cut rounds of dough and place onto parchment-lined baking sheets. Rounds can be placed close together, even touching. Stir jelly to make it spoonable, and spoon about 1/4 to 1/2 tsp onto each cookie. Fold up three sides of each cookie so that a triangle forms. If you’ve placed the circles touching, form the triangles so that each row faces in the opposite directon and the cookies won’t touch. Pinch each point together so that the jelly doesn’t run out when baked. I usually do one last pinch on each corner before putting the cookies in the oven.

Bake 12 to 15 minutes until jelly bubbles and cookies are golden brown. Let cool slightly add lemon glaze.

2 tbsp. freshly squeezed lemon juice
3/4c. powdered sugar
water as needed

Whisk together lemon juice and powdered sugar until blended. Lightly dip tops of cookies in glaze then place on wire rack, glaze side up. Garnish with flaked almonds.

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Posted by in German Cookies and tagged with christmas, Cookie, German, Looking, Recipe

What are you looking forward to most this christmas season?

Question by John: What are you looking forward to most this christmas season?
Me personally; baking christmas cookies, watching christmas movies, and listening to christmas music.

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Answer by disney21
Making a gingerbread house, christmas shopping, and gift giving!

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Posted by in Christmas Cookies and tagged with christmas, forward, Looking, most, Season, this

I’m looking for a reduced sugar cookie recipe?

Question by irena t: I’m looking for a reduced sugar cookie recipe?
My husband just found out he is diabetic and I am looking for any kind of reduced or sugar free recipes. He loves cookies, probably what got him in trouble any recipes would be great!

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Answer by margarita
Go to Splenda.com they have all kinds of yummy recipes made with Splenda plus useful info for diabetics.

http://splenda.allrecipes.com/Recipe/Recipe.aspx?nprid=105476

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Posted by in Sugar Free Cookies and tagged with Cookie, Looking, Recipe, Reduced, Sugar