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    • Paula Brown

      Cherry Pie Cookies | These are perfect for celebrating the 4th of July, or any summer get together. The color of them just makes you want to celebrate! I baked the sugar cookie bottoms, in Wilton’s Muffin Top Pan. The cookie bottom is nice and flaky without being to sweet or heavy. The Cherry pie filing is just the right amount and the filling is held on with buttercream frosting. | From: createdby-diane.com

    • Jill Sharp

      Cherry Pie Cookies Created by Diane

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