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Lemon crinkle Cookies

Lemon crinkle Cookies
Introducing the winner of our first ever best cookie recipe contest: Lemon Crinkle Cookies. They're probably the best cookie we've ever tasted - absolutely delicious. If you're coming to us from Pinterest, welcome! Make sure to check out some of our other contest-winning recipes: Best Dessert Bar: Super Yummy Raspberry Cheesecake Bars Best Casserole: Verde Chicken Mexican Lasagna Best Jell-O Recipe: Orange Creamsicle Cheesecake Best Party Food: Mango-Bacon Guacamole Best Soup: Chicken Poblano Soup This was a tough decision, but with the help of our colleagues at Deseret Book Corporate and our celebrity judges, including Lion House head baker Brenda Hopkin, we narrowed down the field and we have a winner for the best cookie recipe. We are pleased to announce the winner of best cookie is the Lemon Crinkle Cookie by Lauren Brennan from Hood River, Oregon. We loved how they tasted both fresh and sweet, had the right amount of chewiness, and we couldn't help going back for seconds and thirds.

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