Make these great fall cookies
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When the leaves fall from the trees and blustery winds blow along the mountain front, we think of cookies.  We haven't baked many cookies over the summer and we're excited to turn again to cookies--old favorites and new ideas to explore. We're partial to refrigerator cookies but we love them all.  We'll make tons of drop cookies and formed cookies and a multitude of bars.  We'll watch our granddaughter's eyes dance as she helps us decorate them and we'll hand plenty out to the neighbor kids.  We'll distribute plates to friends and people that we know from church.  We'll fall in love with baking cookies all over again.

In this issue, we'll share some wonderful recipes with you: mix and match yoyos, three way wedding cookies, and three frosted cookies for the season.

We think you'll love these cookies.

Dennis & Merri Ann Weaver

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Frosted Cookies for Fall

Don't you just love soft, cake-like cookies topped with rich smooth frosting?  The kids in your life will love them even more.

Here are three of our favorite recipes, one with pumpkin, another made with lots of brown sugar, and our favorite jumble recipe.

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Three Way Wedding Cookies

These are round buttery cookies rolled in powdered sugar.  They are best known as Italian wedding cookies or Mexican wedding cookies—but they are sometimes called butterballs or snowballs.

(We have never understood why they call these “wedding cookies” since we have never found them at a wedding. But then, maybe we're sheltered.)

Wedding cookies seem to melt in your mouth. They can be made with walnuts, pecans, or almonds. We'll tell you how to do all three.

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Mix and Match Yoyo Sandwich Cookies

Yoyos are sandwich cookies, like commercial Oreos®.  They are easy to make and everyone loves them.  They can be kid cookies or sophisticated adult cookies.

We have always loved our peanut butter sandwich cookies with a rich ganache filling.  Chocolate and peanut butter is a great combination and these are far better than average cookies.  So we thought, why not reverse these cookies—make chocolate cookies with a peanut butter filling.  We went to work on it.  Then we added a vanilla cream cheese filling just because it seemed like a fun thing to do.  So you can mix or match chocolate or peanut butter cookies with chocolate, peanut butter, or cream cheese filling.  Keep this recipe.

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