Posted: 5/20/2013 10:56:05 PM
This was absolutely yummy. my grandchildren and all their friends gobbled them up. Now for those of you who have a problem with the dough this is what I did. I sliced the dough and cut in fours placing each piece in the small muffin pan . These s.icez late equal to the ones you purchased already cut. As for the nuts we know there are some who have allergies so go ahead and substitute . I also used grape jam and a blueberry whatever your pleasure. The recipe is great!!!! Hats off, to you for these recipe. Pillsbury choose the winner based on all the other entries sooooo obviously th
Posted: 11/11/2012 1:15:19 PM
These cookie tarts make fantastic one-bite desserts and are delicious when lemon curd is the filling plus whipped cream on top. Am 90 and this easy cookie tart is so much easier than making from scratch and the lemon curd is made easily in micro oven. Enjoy all the input.
Posted: 5/15/2012 10:46:53 AM
I acnnot believe all the whiners here! If you don't like it don't make it again...........simple enough
Posted: 10/28/2011 11:18:48 AM
Because I wanted this for more of a dessert rather than an appetizer I made them in regular muffin cups. I used two cookie balls and had to cook them a little longer than called for. Since most of the kids don't like nuts or raspberry jam I dipped mine in differnt toppings, crushed butterfingers, crushed oreo's, crushed nestleys crunch bars. Instead of raspery jam I put a few crumbs of whatever I dipped the outer edge in and then topped it with a little chocolate syrup then scooped the ice cream in and topped it with chocolate syrup and a few of the crushed crumbs. Was a huge hit.
Posted: 10/28/2011 11:09:28 AM
These were a big hit at our family Sunday dinner. I made them in the big muffin cups so it would make a little more. I put two cooked round instead of one in the muffin cups and had to cook them a little longer. I dipped them in chocoloat then dipped some in butterfinger crumbs, oreo crumbs and Nestle Cruch crumbs, since there are a lot of children and our family dinners and they don't like nuts. The kids and adults raved about them. There were simple to make and a lot of fun. I will diffinatley make them again.
Posted: 8/21/2011 4:12:18 PM
Took these to a girls night out and everyone loved them !!
Posted: 7/7/2011 5:19:15 PM
I used Chocolate Chip "Ready to Bake", didn't fill it with anything other than heavy on the melted chocolate dip and nuts, took them to a Fourth of July party and EVERYBODY raved about them. If you cook them a little less time, they won't be hard. I can't believe all the complaining in some of these reviews! Get over it. This is a wonderful, quick, easy and tasty dessert.
Posted: 5/15/2011 3:51:45 PM
We have nut allergies and I need something that could be left out on a buffi table. I substituted toasted coconut for the nuts. For the filling I used 1 small cool whip, one well drained large can of crushed pineapple and 1 small box of instant pudding. You mix cool, pineapple and dry pudding. Then filled cup and sprinkled extra coconut. They where a hit thanks for your idea.
Posted: 4/14/2011 4:25:02 PM
Pretty!! and Yummy!! Congrats!!
Posted: 3/9/2011 7:36:09 AM
The cookie cups were too hard to eat. The recipe looked so good, but actually didn't taste very good. We ended up throwing them in the garbage.