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introduction letter from the editor publisher Sheila Burke editor Diane Carlson senior Food editor Andrea Bidwell, C.C.P . recipe development and testing Betty Crocker Kitchens production manager Stasia Dorn photography and Food styling General Mills Photography Studios design and production Greenspring Media Group Betty Crocker Most Requested RecipesTM Holiday Cookies is published by General Mills, Inc., Number One General Mills Boulevard, Minneapolis, MN 554261348. The trademarks referred to herein are trademarks of General Mills, Inc. ©2007 by General Mills, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction of any part without written permission of the publisher is prohibited. Printed in the U.S.A. What’s your favorite holiday cookie? even if you haven’t tasted it in years, i’ll bet there’s a cookie that evokes a flood of warm holiday memories. growing up, my mom always made spritz during the holidays and, for me, their buttery almond flavor marks the true start of the holiday season. When choosing the recipes to include in this issue of betty crocker most requested recipes™, i couldn’t help but include two recipes for this traditional cookie. one is a scratch recipe; the other uses cookie mix as a shortcut. in fact, we’ve got 32 recipes that use cookie mix. some are variations on cookies you know and love; others are new and innovative ideas developed by winners from our mix it up with betty! cookie mix recipe contest. you won’t think of cookie mix the same way again. We’ve also devoted a chapter to cookies and bars perfect for gift giving. turtle shortbread cookies (p. 69) and toffee (p. 79) are just two of my favorites. lastly, we’ve compiled a chapter of recipes for little hands and big imaginations. snow-capped tree cookies (p. 89), chocolate teddy bear pops (p. 92) and candy cane Wands (p. 85) are sure to generate excitement in the kitchen. Who knows? you may wind up adding a new favorite to your (or someone else’s) list. happy holidays! For coupons, recipes and inspiration from the Betty Crocker Kitchens, visit BakeLifeSweeter.com in this issue 4 Cookie Exchange 101 67 Gift Giving 87 Kids in the Kitchen 95 Nutrition and Recipe Testing Guidelines 96 Index Look for these symbols » p. 22 • quick Ready in 30 minutes or less • Low-Fat 3g or less, except main p. 74 dishes with 10g or less Betty crocker most requested recipestm 1 http://BakeLifeSweeter.com

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Betty Crocker Holiday Cookies 2007

Holiday Cookies 2007
Contents
Cookie Exchange 101
Holiday Favorites
Prize-Winning Recipes
Great for Gift Giving
Gift Giving
Holiday Baking with Kids
Kids in the Kitchen
Nutrition and Recipe Testing Guidelines
Index

Betty Crocker Holiday Cookies 2007

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