Ravioli Dolci (Sweet Ravioli)
These are the tastiest little ravioli-like cookies, filled with your favorite preserves (I like cherry). Everybody likes them.
Filled Cookies III
This is a recipe that my German grandmother made on cold snowy days! I now think that I have to make them whenever it snows!
Old Fashioned Christmas Raisin Delights
This is an old classic Christmas cookie that will bring back many fond memories to those who eat these delightful cookies
Sugared Black Raspberry Tea Cookies
Petite, crunchy, black raspberry filled thumbprints, dipped in granulated sugar, and studded with miniature chocolate chips. These cookies freeze well.
Date Nut Pinwheel Cookies II
This recipe makes three rolls of dough, which can be frozen until ready to bake.
This is a traditional Christmas cookie made every year at our annual cookie baking weekend!
My sons came up with the name for these much-loved oatmeal, date-filled cookies that really do look like volcanoes when they're cooked!
Holly Berry Cookies
A spicy sandwich cookie filled with raspberry or blackberry jam and decorated with "holly".
Dawn's Easy Red Velvet Sandwich Cookies
As a Southern girl, I love baking from scratch and red velvet cakes are a must for the holidays. I usually make one every Christmas, especially one for my brother-in-law David. This year was so busy, I just didn't have time to make him one, but I am always making cake mix cookies for my girls as a quick snack in the afternoons after school, so I whipped up a batch of these gems for him for Christmas. They are out of this world! You don't just have to make them for holidays they are wonderful anytime, see for your self.
Italian Fig Cookies I
This recipe has been handed down through my mother's family for years. My grandmother brought it with her from Italy in the early 1900's. My mom taught me the recipe this year. Now I am the designated person in our family to make the Fig Cookies. This is a very high honor. So they must be as good as my Grandmothers' cookies. Some call them Homemade Fig Newtons. They are a tradition at Christmas and are wonderful with a hot cup of coffee. They are lot of work. I make them in stages. First the dough, then a few days later the figs, and finally I will make the cookies. The dough and the figs keep well in the refrigerator and the cookies freeze very well.