Total TimePrep: 20 min. + chilling Bake: 10 min./batch
Makesabout 11 dozen
These are so pretty and so easy to make. They have a nice texture and pleasant crunch. They are a very pretty addition to my Christmas cookie platter.
I have been making these Taste of Home NEAPOLITAN COOKIES for quite a few years; they are one of our favorite CHRISTMAS COOKIES!! I make the recipe exactly as printed, although I do slice the cookies a bit thicker. Delicious!!
Love the combination of 3 different cookies in 1! I added strawberry extract to the red portion and pecans to the white potion.??
Delicious cookie. Similar to others, I added strawberry extract instead of almond extract. I doubled the recipe to and got about 50 cookies. I'll cut in thirds next time to get more. As another person commented, remove from oven before cookies start to brown.
Super flavor. Adding a bit of ultra concentrated raspberry flavoring to the red portion is the only change we made. To get the number of Cookies this recipe makes, we used an adjustable cheese slicer. It worked beautifully.
Everyone in my family liked these. They look pretty and taste good. I think they were a little more time consuming than noted. I would definitely make them again.
Very good taste. Did not get 11 dozen with slicing. Will make again!
Only made about 3 dozen cookies. I cut mine in half, maybe I should have cut in thirds. I refrigerated my dough overnight, but the cookies spread. Taste good but I don't like how they look. I think I'll drizzle them with white chocolate.
These are my favorite cookies!! So delicious and pretty on a cookie tray. Sometimes I use cherry extract instead of the almond.
Great cookies. You have to cut them very thin to get the stated amount. I added peppermint flavoring to the red and Fruity Pebbles to the white to make Christmas cookies.