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Who can resist an attractive assortment of freshly baked holiday cookies? Use our All-in-One Cookie Dough when making these.

Source: Everyday Food, December 2008
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You may use nonpareils, sanding sugar, candied ginger, chocolate chunks, shredded coconut, or nuts as your desired topping.

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  • sandykay77
    19 DEC, 2010
    This is an excellent recipe! I baked the icebox cookies plain, and then dipped half of each cookie into melted choclate, they turned out perfect! I tried this recipe because I was wanting to bake some cookies and I happened to have all of these ingredients....I was pleasantly surprised with how well they came out, they are yummy!
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  • cherylgreen
    9 DEC, 2010
    Common Sense fellow bakers. Anyone who would not see this as a mistake in the recipe has no business baking.
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  • cherylgreen
    9 DEC, 2010
    Common Sense fellow bakers. Anyone who would not see this as a mistake in the recipe has no business baking.
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  • Adina
    16 DEC, 2008
    Adina from Everyday Food here. There was an error in this recipe -- the oven should not be preheated until the cookie dough comes out of the refrigerator. No need to preheat for 2 hours, of course! The corrected version should appear shortly.
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  • cookiesgalore
    16 DEC, 2008
    Sorry,but the website keeps cutting it off :-(
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  • cookiesgalore
    16 DEC, 2008
    Came up with a fantastic version on this recipe: make the recipe,divide dough in half. Add coconut
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  • cookiesgalore
    16 DEC, 2008
    continued...Add coconut
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  • cookiesgalore
    16 DEC, 2008
    Came up with a fantastic version on this recipe: make the recipe,divide the dough in half. Add coconut
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  • lovestennis
    15 DEC, 2008
    Nice to have a basic dough recipe which is flexible enough to make different cookies. I preheat my oven as soon as I have finished making the dough. No need to preheat when you are doing the mixing. Parchment paper is nice to use for easy cleaning on the cookie sheets. I also use Silpat (silicone mat), cookies slide out easily (save $$ on parchment paper).
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  • lovestennis
    15 DEC, 2008
    Nice to have a basic dough recipe which is flexible enough to make different cookies. I preheat my oven as soon as I have finished making the dough. No need to preheat when you are doing the mixing. Parchment paper is nice to use for easy cleaning on the cookie sheets. I also use Silpat (silicone mat), cookies slide out easily (save $$ on parchment paper).
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