Cookie Recipes

Nov 14, 2006

While I sit and wait to see if I made the 2007 Maya Road Design Team I will share with you Ter­ri and Ans­ley’s favorite Hol­i­day Cook­ie recipes as well as a won­der­ful French Toast recipe for Christ­mas morn­ing.

Here goes.…

Choco­late Chewies

1 pkg. dev­ils food cake mix (18.25 oz.)

1 small pkg. semi-sweet choco­late chips

1/2 c. Crisco

2 large eggs

1 tbls water

1/2 cup pow­dered sug­ar

Com­bine 1st 5 ingre­di­ents in a large bowl, stir­ring until smooth. Shape dough into 1 in. balls and roll in pow­dered sug­ar. Place 2 in. apart on light­ly greased cook­ie sheets. Bake at 375 for 10 min. Remove from oven.Cool 10 min. on cook­ie sheets. Place on wire racks to cool com­plete­ly.

Pecan Sandies

1 c. but­ter

4 tbls pow­dered sug­ar

2 tsp vanil­la

1 tbls cold water

2 c flour

1 c fine­ly chopped pecans

Cream but­ter and sug­ar. Add vanil­la and water. Stir in flower, then nuts, form small balls or fin­gers. Bake on ungreased boak­ing sheet at 200 for 20 min. or until light­ly browned. roll in pow­dered sug­ar while still warm.

Com­pa­ny French Toast

1 stick of but­ter

1 c. brown sug­ar

1 tsp cin­na­mon

White bread

5 eggs

1 1/2 cups whole milk

Pow­dered Sug­ar

Melt one stick of but­ter in the bot­tom of a 9 x 13 pan. Sprin­kle with a cup of brown sug­ar and 1 tsp cin­na­mon. Lay­er with bread slices 2 lay­ers thick; beat 5 eggs well and add 1 1/2 cups of whole milk and beat again. Pour mix­ture over bread, cov­er with alu­minum foil and refrig­er­ate overnight. Bake cov­ered the next morn­ing at 350 degrees for 45 min. Let stand for at least 15 min. serve plain or sprin­kle with pow­dered sug­ar.

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