Total TimePrep: 10 min. Bake: 10 min./batch + cooling
Love this recipe. A hit every time. I made some changes though. Instead of a cup of shortening, I used1/2 cup of butter and1/2cup of shortening. I also used 2 tsp of almond extract instead of one. So in love with this recipe that I used it also to cut out Christmas cookies. You can also melt chocolate and cover them. Delicious!
Very delicious! Light, not too sweet. Took me 12-13 mins to bake.
Awesome! They needed more than 9 minutes in the oven, so I just kept watch until the bottoms turned golden brown. They have a nice crispy texture on the outside, and a creamy type texture on the inside. Fantastic. Remind me of the ones my mom used to make as a kid. This is my new recipe!
These cookies were easy to make and went well with an afternoon shower I hosted. My children helped make them and enjoyed how simple they were to make.
This recipe was quick and easy!
These are very similar to a shortbread cookie. They crumble too much when trying to form a ball. I would add 2 teaspoons of almond extract, but that would even make them stickier. Also, they only make about 2 dozen, unless you would roll the dough about the size of a marble. They're also not really that good tasting for all the trouble.
This was a very easy recipe with great results. I made mine larger than 1 inch so had to bake a little longer but they taste great. Next time I think I will put almond chips into the batter as well.
This recipe is a keeper! These cookie's melt in your mouth! Absolutely delicious!
A great cookie that goes well with coffee or tea. Reminds me of Christmas at grandmas.
Delicious! I added a little bit more almond extract because I love it!