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No-Bake Cookie Balls

These quick bites, from Carmeletta Dailey of Winfield, Texas, are great when you're short on time—and you don't even have to turn on the oven. I make them a day or two ahead to let the flavors blend.
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No-Bake Fudgy Coconut Cookies

No-Bake Fudgy Coconut Cookies

No-Bake Fudgy Coconut Cookies

My daughter works at a summer camp, so I send treats. Instead of a cookie jar we use a coffee can and call it the Wrangler Feeding Trough. Everyone asks for this cookie. —Sue Klemm, Rhinelander, Wisconsin

No-Bake Cookie Balls

No-Bake Cookie Balls

No-Bake Cookie Balls

These quick bites, from Carmeletta Dailey of Winfield, Texas, are great when you're short on time—and you don't even have to turn on the oven. I make them a day or two ahead to let the flavors blend.

Quick Crisp Snack Bars

Quick Crisp Snack Bars

Quick Crisp Snack Bars

My daughters have loved these nutritious snacks since they were in grade school. Now, both are adults and still make these bars when they want a quick treat. —Ursula Maurer of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

Black Forest Icebox Cookies

Black Forest Icebox Cookies

Black Forest Icebox Cookies

You'll want to keep these festive cookies on hand for when holiday company arrives. The rich chocolate wafers are the perfect complement to the creamy filling's sweet-tart tones. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Cathedral Cookies

Cathedral Cookies

Cathedral Cookies

Children love the colorful marshmallows in these festive confections, which look like stained glass when they're sliced. They practically light up the room from the serving platter at our holiday parties.

Homemade Snow Globes

Homemade Snow Globes

Homemade Snow Globes

You'll be snowed under with offers from kids wanting to help you put together these cute snow globes. Just make sure they don't nibble up all the ingredients before they're decorated! Together, the globes would make a fun centerpiece...or use individually for creative place cards. —Georgia Kohart, Oakwood, Ohio

Holiday Rum Balls

Holiday Rum Balls

Holiday Rum Balls

I use this recipe for special occasions with my wonderful family and friends. They're so easy to make and pack a festive rum punch. — Diane Duschanek, Council Bluffs, Iowa

Mocha Pecan Balls

Mocha Pecan Balls

Mocha Pecan Balls

Dusted in either confectioners’ sugar or cocoa, this 6-ingredient dough rolls up into truffle-like treats—no baking required. —Lorraine Darocha, Mountain City, Tennessee

Kookie Cookies

Kookie Cookies

Kookie Cookies

"You won't be able to stop eating this sweet, salty, crunchy and chewy snack," assures Helen Bachman of Champaign, Illinois. "It's a quick way to dress up plain corn chips."

Chocolate Rum Balls

Chocolate Rum Balls

Chocolate Rum Balls

These creamy, truffle-like goodies are on my cookie tray every Christmas. If you like, prepare them up to three days ahead of time--just store them in the refrigerator.

Edible Play Dough

Edible Play Dough

Edible Play Dough

Believe it or not, I encourage our kids to play with their food! When they were younger, they'd roll out this dough and use cookies cutters to cut out shapes. Then they ate their works of art as a nutritious snack.—Kathy Scott, Lingle, Wyoming
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