The Cookie Jar

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17 Responses to The Cookie Jar

  1. I LOVE this cookie jar!!! Nice to know I can find it here when ever I need it! Love the blog Susan! I have followed your website for years. Will check your blog often!

  2. Jacqui Garver says:

    Just have to tell you that I make “Mary’s Mother’s Snowballs every Christmas, since I first got your cookbook, years ago! It’s a family tradition now, ready to be passed down to my daughter. I don’t know who Mary or Mary’s Mother is, but I thank them (and you) heartily!

  3. Barbara A. Branch says:

    would like to find another copy of your Homemade Recipes Cookbook Kit. Where can I get one?

  4. Karen Daviau says:

    I love cookies way more than I really should!
    I can’t help it- I come from a long line of cookie lovers. My grandmother actually calls herself the “cookie monster” and at age 98 (no kidding) she always has at least 4 different kinds of cookies in her cabinet!

  5. Merry says:

    Hi! I just love this page. It’s so creative! I have one thing to tell you. The link to Annie Hall’s Butter Cookies is missing for some reason. I did find it through editing the link by adding wp-content/cooking/ to the link. I think that page is my favorite; that’s why I came back to look for it. 😀

    You have a wonderful site here, Susan. It always makes me smile.


  6. Andi M says:

    My daughter and I love the recipe for Frosted Molasses Cookies. Yum! Yum!

  7. Sally Eidson says:

    I have loved the cookie jar for years, and I sure wish I knew how it was done as I have some other things I could do for my own business.

    Susan, I’ve been a fan of yours for years. Actually, it was before you were “really” well know in the South. 🙂

    Love the way you print, your artwork, and always your calendars.

  8. nancy says:

    Annie Hall’s Butter cookies… sugar cookie recipe, never fails. Most requested by family and friends. I like to roll them on the thicker side rather than thin and frost them according to holiday. A beautiful, thick, soft, buttery, melt in your mouth cookie!!!

    Susan Branch, you inspire me. Thank you

  9. Jacqui G says:

    Susan, I loved the fall invitations you gave us on your shopping page- maybe if you’re not too, too busy you could do one for a Christmas Cookie Swap? I’m already planning mine, I already have your labels and it would be just the thing 🙂 xoxo Jacqui

  10. Jennifer says:

    Hi there! These cookies are a family favorite! A must have and sought after at my holiday party! My question is…I recently broke my arm! My daughter is coming to help me prepare for the party. So I want to make the cookies 4 or 5 days in advance. I think I have done this before but can’t remember how they came out! Do you think it’s oktomake them ahead and freeze them with the Hershey kiss inside or should I freeze the dough let it thaw the day of and then add the kiss? Thanks a bunch for any advice/thoughts! Jennifer

  11. Liz Scott says:

    I am looking for the recipe for oatmeal cranberry cookies from Susan Branch, cannot find my cookbook presently

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