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Spice up your next holiday cookie swap with these chocolate-drizzled spice cookies.

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Cookies can be stored in airtight containers, layered with pieces of waxed or parchment paper, for up to three days at room temperature.

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  • Justine2008
    1 NOV, 2008
    basketpam- I have tried contacting Martha Stewart Office but seems not to work.. Would you mind asking if they could add a glossar/ index of all the recipes just for it to be easier to scroll or look through and copy! Thank you. =D
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  • Justine2008
    1 NOV, 2008
    Has anybody tried the recipe with 2 tsb? I'm sure it's wrong but just incase?
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  • MS10707126
    22 SEP, 2008
    For anyone printing this recipe, beware, ingredients are wrong. It does NOT take 2 TABLESPOONS of baking soda for these cookies, it should be 2 TEASPOONS. I have written Martha Stewart's office THREE times and they corrected part of it but not the baking soda. I am highly disappointed in this bunch of people who are supposed to be top quality professionals. I expected better, you should too. They even wrote back to say it was corrected. WRONG!
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  • gr8fulme
    17 SEP, 2008
    I'm sure these cookies would have no problem being frozen in their log shape. I've done it with other slice and bake type cookies, as well as, any cookie recipes that require refridgeration before baking. I do it to save time when baking Christmas Cookies. Mix them up, shape them if needed, wrap them in plastic wrap and toss them in the freezer usually 2-3 weeks before you want to bake them. Defrost them in the fridge or to the recipe requirements for chilled dough, follow the recipe and bake.
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  • anniequinn
    17 SEP, 2008
    thank you patcash
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  • Alison
    17 SEP, 2008
    Hi, I work at Martha Stewart. We've corrected the amount of salt to only be 3/4 teaspoon, but the 2 tablespoons baking soda is how the recipe was printed. The changes will be reflected shortly. Thanks, Alison
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  • patcash
    17 SEP, 2008
    anniequinn , when you Google the Apple recipe, click on the second one not the first. The first gives you strange gobbleygook. : )
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  • MS11826012
    16 SEP, 2008
    Annie, Google the recipe name, Apple Phyllo Cornucopieas, and choose the first entry. The entire recipe and quantities will be displayed for you.to copy and paste in MS Word.
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  • anniequinn
    16 SEP, 2008
    Sorry to be off topic but does anybody know how to email the Martha staff about fixing links. I'm trying to look at the Apple Phyllo Cornucopias recipe and nothing legible comes up. I thought I'd cut and paste into MS Word but can't make out quantities needed.
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  • KDND
    16 SEP, 2008
    I've made these too when they were originally "Pumpkin Spice Cookies." They're a great addition to desert at Thanksgiving time or any fall type festivity. For those of us who have a super sweet tooth, I would decorate some of them with Cream Cheese Icing and maybe some sanding sugars. Very good cookie. They're a staple in my house.
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