Total TimePrep: 25 min. + chilling Bake: 10 min./batch
These were good but troubling to make. I salvaged about 1-1/2 dozen. The dough wouldn’t roll and kept cracking.
After reading some of the reviews that talked about how these fell apart, etc., I was hesitant to try them. But the recipe sounded so good! Made one important change: added an additional 2 Tbsp. of softened butter to the 1 cup butter called for in the recipe. The dough wasn't crumbly & held together very well both when cutting the slices & when taking them off the baking sheets. Did NOT use parchment paper; just sprayed my air bake pans with Pam. The only "catch" when removing them from the pans was that I had to frequently wipe the jam from my stainless steel spatula so it would slide smoothly under the cookies. Also, since my family doesn't care for coconut, I omitted it & increased the chopped pecans to 2/3 cup. Worked very well! And, these are a new favorite around our house!!
These tasted delicious .... if only the cookies didn't spread so wide .... They wouldn't stay together when I took them off the cookie sheet and all fell apart!
This is a family favorite that is a must every Christmas. I find that if I grease the pan and take it off the pan right away, it does really help. The parchment paper would help, too. I also double the recipe so that I have a couple of rolls to slice and bake a little bit later for a delicious treat.
Now these tasted great! You could really taste the raspberry filling. The hint about using Parchment paper really did help. No problems at all. Will be making these again.
I make these every Christmas and my family loves them! They are not really all that difficult to get right. They do stick a little but not enough to stop me from making them.
I make these cookies every year,and they are a favorite of many co-workers,family members, and neighbors. They are a little tricky but worth the work!
This is a horrible recipe. The cookies stick to the pan even if you use paper. Don't waste your time or your ingrediants on this one.
I didn't have a problem with sticking using baking paper. Just don't over bake them. They looked really good and my family liked them.
I made these cookies for the first time last Christmas -- in addition to 7 others. They weren't my favorite cookie, but I was surpised to hear that they were the favorite of several of my friends.Just backed a batch for one of those friend's birthday luncheon tomorrow.HINT: To keep them from sticking to the pan, use parchment paper and let them cool for several minutes to firm up. Then, lift carefully with small offset spatula.