Chocolate Glacier Cookies

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RecipeCookieI’ve been baking and freezing cookies so I can keep the cookie jar filled for our family get-together this week.  (Dave LOVES being my taste tester! )

I tried a new recipe I cut out of a magazine (click the picture for a larger view), and it’s definitely a keeper!  Luckily, I found the online version, too.  You can click here for a printable copy with U.S. or metric measurements.  (The teeny-tiny “Print” command is below the recipe to the right of the share buttons.)  And you really WILL want a copy, because they are AMAZING!

P.S. I inherited my cookie jar from a beloved aunt. This lovely little lady is full of wonderful memories! ♥

Cookie Jar

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    • I KNOW! I so loved that cookie jar (and not just because of the cookies!) when I was a little girl, so it was really sweet of Aunt Vitha’s sons to give it to me. It just makes me smile! 🙂

  1. A cookie jar like that is sure to be filled with nothing but delicious tasting cookies. A must try recipe. Be A Blessing because you’re Blessed. Mtetar

  2. If you’ve tested and you say they’re good, that’s good enough for me. I tried your blender coconut pie, and it was easy and yummy! I’m printing this to make this weekend. Thanks for sharing a success!
    Blessings,
    Kim @ Curtain Queen

  3. These look delicious! So they are chocolate cookies with a lot of confectioner’s sugar on them, right? I didn’t realize the sugar would stay on like that after you bake the cookies.

  4. Thanks! I printed the recipe and plan to try them. Love your cookie jar! I inherited my mother’s apple cookie jar from the 40’s. 🙂

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