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Soften butter and shortening and cream well. Add sugar gradually and cream until fluffy, then add egg and flavorings. Sift flour before measuring, ...
Mix softened butter ... with food coloring if desired. Dip tops of cookies into glaze and decorate as desired with jimmies, non-pariels, chopped nuts, etc.
Cream butter, sugar, ... For tea size cookies, place 6 ... Store cookies, between wax paper, in airtight containers. Flavor best when served within a week.
Refrigerate for 1 ... package chocolate chips). I melt over a double boiler. Dip and place on wax paper to harden. Makes a small batch, about 24 cookies.
Mix and form into small balls. Press bottom of each cookie into nuts. Bake on ungreased pan 350 degrees about 10 minutes or delicately brown. Cool. ...
Mix thoroughly: Mix ... tops of warm cookies in icing, decorate ... cream and 1 teaspoon vanilla; add coloring, almond flavoring or cherry juice if desired.
Mix well and shape into 1 inch balls. Chill well or freeze. Melt 1 cup chocolate chips and 1 cup butterscotch chips. Dip balls into this and put on ...
For chocolate bon bons, blend in ... dip tops of cookies in icing. Makes ... icing add 1 square unsweetened chocolate (1 ounce) melted and use 1/4 cup cream.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cream Crisco and sugars. Add egg and extract; beat. Blend flour, baking powder, salt and nuts. Add to creamed mixture. ...
Cream together: Add: Mix - form in balls - chill several hours. Melt in double boiler: Must be very hot - not floating paraffin. Use toothpicks to ...
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