Total TimePrep: 10 min. Bake: 20 min./batch
These look and sound yummy. Since it makes 6 doz what is best way to store. Can they be frozen and pulled out a few at a time? I usually don't make cookies unless I can freeze them in cookie tins with wax paper between layers. I will wait until someone can advise me before making them. Thank you
My dad was from Freeport, IL and these were his favorite! He liked them anyway they were made. I used pecans as my husband doesn’t like walnuts. Thank you for sharing this recipe and taking me down memory lane!!
These are fun and simple to make. My boys like these made with just candied cherries. I love the look of red and green mixed together.
I made these cookies for the first time today, 12/15/13 from my new Taste of Home Christmas recipe book! I DID adjust the recipe since I didn't have dates! I also omitted the walnuts & used about 1 Tbsp. of crushed candy canes/peppermint baking bits (Andes Mints brand peppermint bits), 2/3 cup candied fruit mix & added about 1/2 cup of toffee baking bits! I baked 20 minutes at 300o F! The next time, I just might use sweetened flaked coconut instead of the walnuts! This recipe was really good and I plan on using it again! I don't usually make meringue kisses like this, but when I sampled a couple of these kisses, it was like biting into air-they were so puffy & light and really pretty, too! The recipe made about 4 dozen cookies! Thank you, Jo Ann Blomquist, for this recipe! delowenstein
They were so easy to make and turned out exactly as pictured. I took an entire batch to my parents, and they LOVED them.
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