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Happy New Year everyone!

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Skibum

Happy New Year everyone!

I baked some cookies for Christmas, from recipes I discovered on the net and thought I would share. The big ones on the bottom are lemon ricotta cookies with a lemon glaze. Easy and yummy!

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/lemon-ricotta-cookies-with-lemon-glaze-recipe.html

The smaller cookies on top are almond shortbread. These cookies carry a WARNING. I cannot stop eating them!  I baked a half batch of each for Christmas and still have some lemon cookies. In the mean time I am up to 5 batches of the shortbread and will soon begin a sixth!  Great recipe, but please heed the warning.

http://www.ricardocuisine.com/recipes/4934-shortbread-cookies

Happy baking and Happy New Year! Ski

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nmygarden

You are soooo right about almond shortbread. Best to keep them on a high shelf on the far side of the room, so at least you're forced to reach for them. I used KAF's recipe - fewer ingredients, but oh, my, are they good.

http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/gluten-free-almond-flour-shortbread-cookies-recipe

And, no doubt, the lemon cookies are great, too. Happy 2016!

Cathy

 

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dabrownman

once Lucy and I finish off the 11 dozen Christmas cookies my girls made.

Happy New Year Ski

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PalwithnoovenP

I've never had almond shortbread, but if short bread is already delicious and is difficult to stop eating; then what more if there are almonds in them! I must try this someday.

Happy New Year!