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2017 Cookie Exchange

It’s finally come around again. The Cookie Exchange organized by the lovely Jz is back to kick of this holiday season.

I can’t describe how amazing these are. Don’t look at calories or sugar.

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Chocolate Sandwich Gobs

2 cups sugar
1 cup margarine, melted
2 eggs, beaten
4 cups, flour
1/2 cup, unsweetened cocoa
2 tsp., salt
1 cup, buttermilk or sourmilk
2 tsp., baking soda
Chocolate Icing (homemade or a can)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Combine sugar, margarine, and beaten eggs in a large bowl; mix well. Sift together flour, cocoa, and salt. Add dry ingredients to creamed mixture, alternately with buttermilk. Add baking soda to dough, mixing until combined. Drop spoonfuls on greased cookie sheets.

Bake for 10 minutes. Let cool completely. Form sandwiches by placing icing between two cookies.

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Check out all the other bloggers taking part today. Hope you find some great recipes to add to your list this holiday.

Baker

Bleue

blossom

Bogey and Bacall

Cat

DelFonte

Ella

Greengirl

Jz

Katie

Kelly

Lindy

Mrs. Fever

Ms Dixie Wrecked

nilla

Olivia

ronnie

Ryan

Sassy

selkie (recipe here)

2016 Cookie Exchange

The holidays are upon us. And that means that blogging cookie exchange is back for another year. I have found (and hopefully shared) some great recipes with all the bloggers that take part. Check out what everyone has to offer and try out some new recipe this holiday.

This year I decided to offer a sweet and a savory option. The first is a chocolate fudge recipe that a friend for work gave me. It’s so much simpler than any other recipe I’ve tried and it tastes great. My savory idea is for your holiday leftovers. I can only take so many turkey sandwiches. And really, I use this recipe all year round with any extra meat or veg to make good leftovers or feed a large group. You can double it easily.

Enjoy! And don’t forget to check out everyone else’s offerings.

Old Fashioned Chocolate Fudge

4 1/2 cups Sugar

Pinch Salt

2 Tbs. Butter

1 can evaporated milk, large

Mix these items in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Boil for 6 minutes.

Put the following ingredients into a large bowl:

12 oz. Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips

12 oz. Baker’s German Sweet Chocolate

1 pint Marshmallow Creme

1 tsp. Vanilla

2 cups chopped nuts (optional)

Pour boiling syrup over mixture in bowl. Beat until chocolate is evenly melted. Pour into pan and let sit until firm.

 

Holiday Leftover Fried Rice

1 cup Cooked Protein, chopped small (turkey, chicken, pork, tofu, etc.)

1 cup rice

1 cup Vegetables (leftover corn, carrots cauliflower work great, but feel free to add fresh as well)

1 tsp. vegetable oil or butter

2 eggs

1/4 cup low-sodium soy sauce

Directions:

Cook rice according to packaging (this can be done ahead of time)

In pan heat vegetable oil or butter. Add vegetables to heat through or cook slightly (if fresh). Make a well in the center of the pan by push the vegetables to the sides. Crack eggs into bowl and whisk lightly. Pour into well and incorporate with vegetables as they cook.

Add chopped protein and cooked rice to pan. Pour soy sauce over rice and then mix. Season with salt and pepper as needed.

 

abby

Ashly

Bleue 

Cat 

collared mom

David

DelFonte

Ella

greengirl

His slut

Jz

Katie

Kelly

Lilli

Lindy

Mrs. Fever

Ms. Constance

nilla

olivia

ronnie

Ryan

Sassy

Happy Holidays!

2014 Cookie Exchange

Of course this is the first year that I’m doing this and I’m changing the rules. I have a cookie recipe, but I also wanted to include a holiday tradition in our family that is technically a bar. I’m sure you will all forgive me when you taste them.

NEIMAN-MARCUS COOKIES (Recipe may be halved)
 
2 cups butter
24 oz. Chocolate chips
4 cups flour
2 cups brown sugar
2 tsp. Baking Soda
1 tsp. Salt
2 cups sugar
1 8 oz. Hershey Bar (grated)
5 cups blended oatmeal
4 eggs
2 tsp. Baking powder
2 tsp. Vanilla
3 cups chopped nuts (your choice)
 
Measure oatmeal, and blend in a blender to a fine powder. Cream the butter
and both sugars. Add eggs and vanilla, mix together with flour, oatmeal,
salt, baking powder, and soda. Add Chocolate chips, Hershey Bar and nuts. Roll into balls, and place two inches a part on a cookie sheet Bake for 10 minutes at 375 degrees. Makes 112 cookies.
 
I’m not sure why they are called Neiman-Marcus Cookies, maybe my father got the recipe when he worked there in the early 80s. They are just really nice as they do not spread out too much on the pan and the recipe makes more than enough to share. Admittedly, I use more chocolate chips rather than the grated Hershey bar, but it’s up to you. It’s awesome both ways.
 
 
Pumpkin Bars
4 eggs, beaten
1 c. salad oil
2 c. sugar
2 1/2 c. flour
1 c. pumpkin
½ tsp salt
2 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. soda
1 tsp. baking powder
1 c. nuts or raisins (optional)
Mix well & spread on greased & floured cookie sheet with sides.
Bake at 350 D. for 20-25 minutes.
Frosting
3 oz. cream cheese, softened
6 T. butter or oleo, softened
¾ lb. powdered sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
1 tsp. milk
Combine with mixer at medium speed. Spread on pumpkin bars when they are cool.
 
This has been a family tradition at our Thanksgiving and Christmas parties for years. They are actually better the second day after the frosting can really saturate the bar. I don’t do it with nut or raisins and they are wonderful plain.
 
I wish everyone a happy holiday and cannot wait to see everyone else’s recipes. Please see the link list below to everyone’s blog that is participating today.