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  • greg b

    Double Fudge Irish Cream Cookies. Made with butter, sugar, eggs, vanilla, bailey's irish cream, flour, cocoa, instant coffee powder, baking soda, salt, white and milk chocolate chips.

  • Rose Carlton

    Soft, chocolate cookies made with Bailey's Irish Cream.

  • Anna Kellogg

    Peanut Butter Banana Oat Breakfast Cookies with Carob/Chocolate Chips | Tasty Kitchen: A Happy Recipe Community!

  • L BG

    Double Fudge Irish Cream (Bailey's) Cookies

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