Cheery Cherry Cookies
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Bake: 10 min./batch
These cookies are delicious. Only thing I did differently is I used fresh cherries. Yum!
These cookies reminded me so much of the typical lunch box cookies my mother used to make for us when we were children. I, too, made a quick cherry glaze to drizzle on them from the jarred juice of the maraschino cherries. Just another dimension to bring forth the cherry flavor. Don't omit the pecans, they add so much to this cookie. Now I'm really missing Mom.....
These are amazingly delicious! FYI - If you're a maraschino hater, they do sell dye free, artificial flavor free, high fructose corn syrup free maraschino cherries. Tillen Farms Northwest Fresh is the brand I buy and you will NEVER go back to anything else. Great recipe "as is" - perfect!
These are amazing. I have had my favorite Christmas cookies for 50 years with little variation but these are now a "keeper". Moist, soft, with just the right amount of cherries. I made the initial batch but then made again to have more. Thanks Judy!
I made these cookies as one of my Christmas cookies the family loved them. They stayed so nice and soft not a crumbly cookie. We loved the cherry taste I added more cherries than the recipe called for since cherries are a favorite of all the family members. We will continue to use it as a favorite Christmas cookie. You can also add green cherries for the Christmas season........
This is my favorite cookie from Taste of Home as well as my sister's! Every time I make it for any occasion I am asked to make it again. (Especially my sister and mother!)
Instead of using maraschino cherries, I use dried cherries (found next to dried cranberries) and I also added 1/2 cup of chocolate chips. Excellent cookies!
REALLY GOOD. to dekranouhi and mullenpm, THEN DON'T MAKE THEM. don't get on here and tell people what they already know, PERSONAL CHOICES
-very moist and a softer cookie