Total TimePrep: 15 min. + chilling Bake: 10 min./batch
These are AMAZING! I made them as my first selection this year for holiday treat giving, and WOW! They're lovely and crumbly and sweet and nutty -- absolute perfection! I will definitely NOT be waiting until next year to make them again!
These turned out great! Definitely toast the pecans for this :)
Next to my chocolate chip cookies, these have been my families most asked for cookies for about 30 years. They have always been known as Pecan Sandies. One time I made the cookies, I mistakenly used self-rising flour and the results were we loved them even more. They were a little bit salty and sweet and very tender. I have made them like that ever since.
This is an excellent recipe for a long-time traditional favorite! I love that it has a fairly short list of ingredients and results in the family favorite that I've always loved. Yummy!
Favorite Christmas cookie to make each year. Everyone loves them!
Delicious! I took a reviewer's advice and toasted the pecans slightly. Also can we all agree Beverly "I'm not giving away my secret to making this cookie even more delicious" is the worst kind of commenter ever? Literally created an account just to call her out.
Why do ALL my reviews get cut in half?? Does this happen to anyone else? I reviewed these cookies 3 - THREE times
These are great, but for a truly nutty flavor, toast the nuts in a tablespoon of butter before using. Stir in a small skillet until the butter browns and the nuts are very fragrant. Cool completely before adding to the dough. I don't bother with adjusting the dough butter as I usually double the recipe. These never last long!
Great recipe,just added a tad more butter!!!!!
Can't give a review but have a question. What can I substitute for wheat flour and butter please.