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In a large ... comes out clean. Remove and cool. In a small bowl mix confectioners' sugar, water and vanilla. Brush cookies when dry. Store in container.
Put fruit peel and raisins through food chopper. Mix together, refrigerate overnight. Roll thin and bake on greased cookie sheet at 350 degrees for ...
Melt above ingredients, ... glaze. let sit until frosting is set and dry. Place cookies in well sealed container, these last for months. Origin: Germany.
Beat until creamy. This recipe does NOT have shortening! Mix all ingredients well. Roll on floured board. Cut with knife in 2 inch squares. Beat egg ...
Warm brown sugar, honey, molasses and shortening. Cool. Mix sour cream and baking soda, let stand awhile. Then add to cooled molasses mixture. Add ...
Cream together lard and sugar; add honey, molasses, sour cream, and soda. Mix together rest of ingredients, adding to flour. Mix together wet and dry ...
Boil the sugar, water and honey for 5 minutes. Cool. Add flour with soda and spices sifted together. Add almonds and citron (candied peel). Beat and ...
Beat egg, add ... then roll into cookies. Bake on ... degrees for about 12 minutes. Cool slightly, remove from pan. While warm, glaze. Makes 2 dozen. Combine.
Add flour enough ... overnight, then roll and cut. Bake at 325 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes. Makes about 250 cookies. Cut out ... cutter or a cocoa can.
Melt butter, sugar ... lightly floured board and cut in diamond shapes or put in a buttered pan and make into bars. Frost cookies, placing an almond on top.
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