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Rose's Christmas Cookies by Rose Levy Beranbaum

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  • Traditional rolled Christmas sugar cookies

    • stockholm28 on December 20, 2014

      Good basic recipe for rolled sugar cookies. The lemon zest gives a nice flavor.

    • Creative.Juices on April 29, 2017

      This is THE recipe for perfect cut-out sugar cookies! Whether using cookie cutters, a cookie stamp, or the bottom of a glass, you will get perfect cookies every time! The lemon zest is delightful, adding a brightness to the cookies you'll likely come to favor, but if you wish to eliminate it you can, with no effect on the dough. I can even use my Hallmark cookie cutters that emboss impressions when cutting out of the dough. The impressions will remain sharp even after baking! Enjoy!

  • Cocoa brownies

    • Zosia on January 29, 2016

      These were okay for the amount of effort that went into them but I found them a little too sweet and lacking in chocolate flavour. Granted, I omitted the pecans which would have cut the sweetness but with good cocoa powder and all of that butter, I thought they would have tasted better.

  • Jeanne Bauer's maple macadamia bars

    • Jane on January 01, 2014

      I had mixed results with this cookie. The maple caramel topping was very runny even after cooling for a few hours. I had to put the tray in the fridge before I could cut them and then at the party they were oozing a lot as they warmed. They tasted good and they got praised but if I make them again I will boil the syrup for longer or bake them for longer. I also wasn't sure about the point of the side crusts (beyond maybe keeping the runny topping in place?). The picture in the book had no pieces with side crusts and I decided it would look strange on the plate, some with and some without so I cut all the side crusts off which seemed a waste (I would rather have had more crust under the cookies as it was quite thin).

  • Ginger pennies

    • Creative.Juices on April 29, 2017

      Ginger pennies are exactly what they sound like - penny-sized ginger cookies, just right for a child's tea party, or an adult's cup of tea. They have a nice punch of ginger, and are so easy to make - especially if you're already comfortable with a decorating bag. Highly recommend these!

  • Cinnamon cloud-nine crunchies

    • Creative.Juices on April 29, 2017

      These cookies are the most unique cookies I've ever baked! They take some effort to make, especially if you're not used to working with yeasted doughs, but don't let that put you off. Cinnamon Cloud-Nine Crunchies are pure delight, especially served with a hot beverage during the holiday season. They're like little pillows of cinnamon-y goodness!

  • Marion Bush's cranberry-chocolate chippers

    • Laura on January 02, 2011

      I've been making these for years because they are so easy and quite rewarding. The combination of the sweet and tangy is unusual in a Christmas cookie.

  • Maple walnut sablé sandwiches

    • Laura on January 02, 2011

      These are exquisite. Yes, they are a lot of work, but the results are beautiful. Always a crowd-pleaser.

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