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"This recipe makes over 12 dozen small cookies... a great substitution for holiday fruitcake . You can substitute rum-soaked dried apricots and dates instead of glacee'd cherries and figs for an equally tasty cookie."
"This recipe was given to me by my mother. It makes a BIG batch. They taste better and better if left a couple weeks before eating."
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Altho this recipe requires a lot of "cutting/chopping"... it's worth every second. I made this for a cookie exchange one time and afterwards, when the hostess' husband arrived home... he took one look at my cookies and said "My grandmother made those fruit
"This is one of the recipes that my mom gave that I am putting in our family cookbook. For a slightly more tender cookie use buttermilk in place of the milk."
"Brimming with candied fruit, coconut and pecans, these sweet morsels resemble fruitcake."
I love these cookies because they are so full of fruit and lots of raisins. It came from a Favorite Brand Names cookbook. I have been making them for Christmas for the past few years and everybody loves them! My co-workers love them too, so I always have t
"Brimming with candied fruit, coconut and pecans, these sweet morsels resemble fruitcakes. My grandmother would bake and serve the cookies in decorated miniature paper or foil muffin liners, and I have carried on the tradition."
Like mini-fruitcakes. Prep time includes cooling and frosting.
What could be more festive for the winter holidays than 'fruitcake cookies' flavored with some great-tasting mincemeat!
Recipe courtesy Paula Deen