Total TimePrep: 1-1/4 hours + chilling Bake: 10 min./batch
Makesabout 6 dozen
These looked so pretty, and I love apricot, so I tried them. They were the most exhausting, time-consuming failures ever. The triangles refused to keep their shape in spite of working and working with them prior to baking , and the flavor is not good at all. Wasted time, money....all went into the trash. I am very angry that this recipe was even included in the Taste of Home Cookie Book!
This is a great hamantash recipe! Made these for Hanukkah and the apricot was a big hit! A very easy cookie for any occasion.
They are Jewish cookies and they are called Hamentashen (pronounced Hum in tash en)
I have to make these every year now, and I make a double batch!! A very necessary cookie for my give-away trays!
I drizzled a very small amount of melted white chocolate over these cookies. Outstanding!