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Line several baking ... To make the filling, wash figs, remove stems ... in hot water for 15 minutes; drain ... dough piece. Arrange cookies on baking sheet, ... wrap tightly and freeze.
Cream shortening; add ... a teaspoon of filling on one cookie. ... 400 degree oven for about 10 minutes. Cook figs, sugar and ... or fig preserves (drained).
In small saucepan, ... stirring constantly. Dip cookies halfway into coating; ... Place on waxed paper to dry. Decorate as desired. 3/4 cup cooking coating.
In small saucepan, ... stirring constantly. Dip cookies halfway into coating; ... Place on waxed paper to dry. Decorate as desired. 3/4 cup cookie coating.
Crumble fig cookie bars into ... Cool. Place in baked pie shell and top with whipped cream. Opportunity merely knocks, but temptation kicks the door in.
Cook over medium ... x 12. Spoon filling in center down ... at 375°F oven for 10 to 12 ... airtight container in cool dry place. Makes about 40 bars.
In large bowl, ... Place 1/2 teaspoon fig filling in each of ... edges with fork, cut slits in top. Bake 10 to 15 minutes in 350 degree oven. Makes 5 dozen.
Mix, roll thin, ... a teaspoon of filling (below) on each ... sugar and flour together. Add to other ingredients and cook until thick, stirring constantly.
Cut the desired ... roll pan. Spread filling on top. Press ... filling). Bake at 350 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes until golden brown. Cool, then cut into bars.
Cream shortening and ... greased sheets. Put figs or raisins through ... and water. Add chopped fruit and cook until thick. Cool before filling cookies.
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