Posted: 12/26/2010 8:27:07 PM
These are awesome. My daughter in law and I made these together and my husband ate all of the ones I got. He LOVED them. I made some more and he watched how I did it and I took them to my family Christmas. They all disappeared fast! The next batch I made for his family Christmas he helped me because he was fascinated how they were made. The next batch I bet he makes himself. The taste is awesome! They cook up nicely! They are classy! I would not be ashamed to take these anywhere.
Posted: 12/19/2010 10:37:39 AM
I've made these 3 times now (the family just loves them!). The 1st time, the cookie crust was very soft & tended to leave small pieces behind in the muffin cups.I scooped the left behind pieces out & pressed them back into the crust which was warm enough that the pieces stuck). The 2nd & 3rd times, I baked them slightly longer. The crust stayed together better but the cookies came out browner & crunchier. I also experimented with using less of the brown sugar mix (did not effect the softness of the cookie crust but the family seemed to like more of the brown sugar).
Posted: 12/29/2009 3:09:25 PM
I made these for Christmas and added 4oz of softened cream cheese with the cookie dough and they were absolutely delicious.
Posted: 12/13/2008 10:16:07 AM
these are awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i have not tried them yet,but i have a friend who made them and i tasted one. Wow i know i will be making them
Posted: 11/25/2008 11:55:36 PM
I love pecan tassies, but this recipe turned out to be very disappointing. The problem is the cookie crust--it's way too greasy and does not taste good. I used silicone muffin pans, so I didn't have to grease the pans, and they still turned out too greasy. The crust was too thin on the bottom. Overall, the taste was not good mainly because of the crust.