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We are having a dessert reception, with a huge dessert bar- and we are going to have a big assortment of cookies. So far, I only have a few ideas. Some will be store bought, but the majority will be made by my familiy.
What cookies should we make ladies?
I’m open to any yummy recipes at this point!
Post # 3
I love chocolate cookies with peanut butter chips. The recipe is on the back of the peanut butter chip bag.
Post # 4
You can find oh so many lustworthy cookie recipes on Smitten Kitchen.
I personally love peanut butter cookies, Madeleines, classic chocolate chip, oatmeal, etc.
Post # 5
We’re doing snickerdoodles! Mmm.
Whoopie pies are also good, and black and white cookies 🙂
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We had the coolest cookies at my bridal shower this weekend. They found a place online that would take the artwork from the shower invitations and put it on the cookies. They had my name and the shower date. It was like they peeled a sticker off and stuck it on top of the icing. Very neat. I hope to get some photos soon.
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I just had the yummiest cookie with a peanut butter cup on it. Wait, no I didn’t… I’m on a diet! 😉
I wish I had a recipe for you. But def have a cookie that incorporates chocolate and peanut butter!
Post # 11
Just call me Cookie Monster –
Chocolate with peanutbutter chips
Peanut butter cookies
Mexican wedding cookies
Black and White cookies
Food Network has 30 days of Christmas Cookies recipes online every year. Check out their site. Smitten Kitchen is also awesome, so is Bakerella, Joy of Baking, and Allrecipies.
Post # 12
i love nut puffs/snowballs/Mexican wedding cookies.
But at weddings (I’m from PA so we ALWAYS have hundreds of cookies!) I always go for the creme-filled ladyfingers first!
Post # 13
we had chocolate pixies at our wedding- they’re always a favorite at our house and they freeze well.
4 1 oz unsweetened chocolate
1/4 cup butter or margarine
2 cups all purpose flour
1/2 t salt
2 cups sugar
in large saucepan melt chocolate and butter over low heat stirring constantly. Remove from heat. cool slightly. stir in remaining ingredients, except confectioners sugar. Blend well. chill at least 30 min. shape into balls using a rounded teaspoon for each. roll in confectioners sugar. place on greased cookie sheets. back at 300 degrees for 18-20 min.
Post # 14
Oh my goodness! I didn’t expect to get so many responses so fast! Thank you so much!!!!