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mockturtle

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Posted: 12/22/11 08:13am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Cruzette wrote:

I baked these yesterday and they turned out real cute.



I found the recipe on the Pillsbury website. They actually give instructions to make these cookies using their refrigerated cookie dough. I made my own dough, but either way, they are really cute.

You can find other quick holiday cookies using the store bought dough on their website.

Pillsbury reindeer cookies

Happy holidays!
Those are really cute! I'll save that recipe! Thank you.

Actually, I kind of like the way yours turned out better than the recipe picture. Yours look more like moose and would be great all year round! Especially here in the NW.


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Thanks Cruzette, I didn't know they sold gingerbread dough.


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Posted: 12/22/11 10:36am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Those are really cute and the grand kids would have fun with them. Thanks for another shortcut idea. Terry R.


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mockturtle wrote:

I made three kinds of cookies, two kinds of fudge and stuffed dates. Had to take them all to the staff at the nursing home where my husband is a resident. Too tempting to keep them in the house! Last year I donated them to the fire station because the paramedics had come to the house eight times in two months to pick my poor husband up off the floor.


I want to know how & what to stuff dates.





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Posted: 12/22/11 07:58pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I stuff mine with cream cheese and a nut half. I like pecans but walnuts work.

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Posted: 12/23/11 08:26am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I buy the large Medjool dates, pit them and stuff them with walnut or pecan halves. then I roll them in powdered sugar, shake off the excess and cut them in half, crosswise. They seem to look more attractive that way with the nut showing.

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gails-donm't know how close you are to Lakeland,but Gordons has a cash & carry store there,they are based out of Michigan

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ford coupe, Thank you for the info. We are about 2 hrs. from Lakeland on the Atlantic. We will be attending a rally at the Tampa RV Show in January and drive by Lakeland on the way. Will look for it.

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