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Oatmeal raisin cookies are a favorite in our household. The standard recipe holds up well to experimentation. The trick is making certain there is enough “glue” in your ingredient mixture to hold the cookie together. Here, ground flax seed takes the place of two large eggs. If you don’t have flax on hand (or maybe you don’t enjoy it as much as I do) use the eggs instead. The same is true in this recipe for wheat flour vs. gluten-free pancake mix. If you don’t care one way or the other

Chocolate and peppermint. What a romantic pairing. And here it is again in yet another delectable form. Really, as long as it’s cold, I love peppermint. And my love of chocolate is neverending. This recipe is a re-share from my gluten-eating days. Makes 2 dozen cookies. My husband and I made these based on this recipe over at 101 Cookbooks. I stumbled upon it while looking for a peppermint bark recipe (posted earlier this Peppermint Week) and thought, “Hey! Why not?” We made them. They were good. Here is the

I don’t know what the temperature is outside your door, but outside mine it’s just perfect for some ginger molasses cookies fresh from the oven. I love these cookies. I’ve loved them since a friend brought them in to share in a grad class. I craved them all through my first pregnancy. When the cravings reached critical mass, I asked him for the recipe. He gave it to me. I made my own adjustments based on necessity. They got my through a Winter pregnancy. I’ve already made them once this

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