Fruit Cookies

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Fruit-Filled Dainties

Fruit-Filled Dainties

Fruit-Filled Dainties

Refrigerated cookie dough can be shaped into cookies or tarts in this recipe from our Test Kitchen. Use one filling or make them both.

Fruited Jewel Cookies

Fruited Jewel Cookies

Fruited Jewel Cookies

When guests drop in unexpectedly, be ready with these cheerful citrus-flavored tidbits from Patricia Marsh of Phoenix, Arizona. Finely chopped walnuts can be substituted for pecans in the cookie coating.

Nanny's Fruitcake Cookies

Nanny's Fruitcake Cookies

Nanny's Fruitcake Cookies

My grandmother always made a holiday fruitcake. I took her recipe and made it a cookie that’s perfect any time with a cup of tea. —Amanda Digges, South Windsor, Connecticut
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Santa's Fruit & Nut Cookies

Santa's Fruit & Nut Cookies

Santa's Fruit & Nut Cookies

This delightful holiday cookie was given to me by a co-worker. I bring them to all of my Christmas parties.—Sherry Turner, Miami, Florida

Winter Fruit Macaroons

Winter Fruit Macaroons

Winter Fruit Macaroons

All you do is mix, drop and bake these chewy cookies. They have just the right amount of crunch. —Veronica Miller, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania

Fruitcake Squares

Fruitcake Squares

Fruitcake Squares

These great cookies will be the favorite of the holiday season. Family and guests will be requesting the recipe.—Lana Rulevish, Ashley, Illinois

Holiday Fruitcake Cookies

Holiday Fruitcake Cookies

Holiday Fruitcake Cookies

What says “Christmas” more than fruitcake? Less sweet and dense than the actual cake, these goodies are sure to please your family and friends. —Hannah LaRue Rider, East Point, Kentucky

Kids' Choice Chip & Fruit Oatmeal Cookies

Kids' Choice Chip & Fruit Oatmeal Cookies

Kids' Choice Chip & Fruit Oatmeal Cookies

Kids and cookies go together. Given kids affinity for sugar, you might as well temper it with some of the "good stuff", in this case, oats with their soluble fiber and whole wheat, with its extra vitamins, minerals and bran. Trust us: the kids won't know they're getting anything "healthy" in their favorite cookie!—Taste of Home Cooking School
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