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Lemon Sugar Cookies

by Cassidy Stockton

I take my cookie baking very seriously during the holidays (which is not to say I don’t have a really good time doing it). I like to bake several varieties—usually one that is over-the-top decadent, one that is a family favorite, one that might be new to people and one standby

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Molasses Crinkle Cookies

by Cassidy Stockton

We love a good gingersnap around here, but these molasses crinkle cookies have us passing up the crispy ginger cookies for something with a little more chew. These cookies have a kick to them and are made festive with the addition of our new sparkling sugar. This is a

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Soft Caramels

by Cassidy Stockton

Caramels are, hands-down, my favorite candy. You can keep your chocolates, your peppermints, your fudge, just give me all of the caramels and I will make sure they are, ahem, disposed of properly. I do not make them from scratch, however, and often fork over a pretty penny for soft

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Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies

by Jennifer Farley

The holiday season has many meanings to me and I’m not even slightly ashamed to admit that one of those meanings is cookies. I love cookies because I’m so incredibly indecisive when it comes to choosing desserts. Cookies give me the freedom to have it all. And these whole wheat chocolate chip cookies are

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Candied Chocolate Almonds

by Cassidy Stockton

We’re all about the thoughtfully homemade gifts this year at Bob’s Red Mill, and for good reason. Homemade gifts feel instantly personal, are usually easier on the wallet, and (if edible) are something that can be enjoyed with others. It’s both a gift and an experience. Last year, I toasted

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Chocolate Chip Caramel Gooey Bars in a Jar

by Sarena Shasteen

I am a huge fan of giving homemade gifts for the holidays. It not only gives me the chance to share treats that I love, but also allows me the opportunity to personalize these gifts for whomever I’m giving them to. I like including a cute jar that can be

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Chocolate Hazelnut Biscotti Mix in a Jar (Low Carb)

by Carolyn Ketchum

In this age of crazy consumerism, a handmade, homemade gift can set you apart from the store-bought crowd. Bonus points if your gift comes in cool, pretty and useful packaging. It may be ridiculously trendy to give things in Mason jars tied up with festive twine but that hardly detracts

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Strawberry Jam and Butter Cookies

by Cassidy Stockton

I guess you could say these cookies are my jam… ha. In all seriousness, though, they are really good. If you have littles running around your kitchen, enlist their help. They will love jamming their thumbs down in each ball of cookie dough to make a well for luscious strawberry

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Middle Eastern Chicken Soup with Freekeh

by Liz Della Croce

When winter hits and the cooler weather sets in, I crave nothing more than a giant bowl of chicken soup. Growing up in a Middle Eastern household, my mom would often flavor our chicken soup with bright lemon juice, pungent garlic and warm cinnamon.

Instead of the traditional egg noodles,

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Pecan Sandies

by Cassidy Stockton

I have distinct memories of eating Keebler® Pecan Sandies as a kid. The way they crumbled as you bit into them and the warm flavor of butter and pecans. I couldn’t eat just one. I had to have as many as I could get away with. I honestly hadn’t thought

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