I've had M&M cookies before, and never loved them, but these are AMAZING. Karl and Jake found the recipe on the M&M web site and it was a huge success. Be careful, they are very addicting.   Start by creaming the butter and sugars, just like a regular cookie. 1 cup ...

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Sometimes I'm just in the mood for a quick, simple, dependable recipe. Who doesn't love chocolate chip cookies? This recipe is a classic, straight forward recipe for chewy chocolate chip cookies. Sometimes we mix in walnuts or Heath Toffee Bits. I got this recipe from Cook's, it's a keeper! Start by mixing ...

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This little milk-demanding dessert is a cross between a brownie and a cookie, you can't go wrong! First combine the wet ingredients in the stand mixer.   1 1/2 ...

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We fell in love with this wholesome treats when we were "soaring" in Colorado. I know the combination sounds a little strange, but they are amazing. You'll have to trust me on this one. I modified the recipe slightly - I didn't used dates (eew, I'm not that old), and I used homemade caramel instead ...

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If you've ever lived, visited, or heard of New York City, then you've certainly tried at least the larger cousin of these Mini Black n' White Cookies. I've had the big ones, but I much prefer the mini version. Karl has had MANY black and white cookies, and claims that these are the best. The ...

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These cookies are really easy, and perfectly delicious. We got the recipe from the Schulzes and it's our favorite cookie recipe by far! First we mix the butter, peanut butter, and sugars together, and well mixed. 2 sticks butter 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup sugar 1 ...

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It turns out housing hunting/buying is very time consuming. But I still found time to make my favorite brownies this weekend. This recipe is from the back of Baker's Unsweetened Baking Chocolate, with a little spin to it (no pecans, yes chocolate chunks). All you need is a spatula and a bowl. Here ...