Posted: 5/1/2012 12:21:29 PM
I used half the dough to make Onesies for a baby shower, and used the other half of the dough as directed. They were pretty and delicious.
nc cooking said:
Posted: 9/28/2010 1:08:34 PM
I made these a little bigger, so I got 4 dozen. They were a hit at the bridal shower I took them too - tinted the filling to match the wedding colors (or close as I could). Will definitely make them again
Gen. Sweeney said:
Posted: 4/28/2010 2:01:22 PM
Made these cookies for a fundraiser and they were such a success!
Posted: 3/26/2010 2:53:14 PM
These cookies are my kids favorite that I have ever made and they are easy to make.
Posted: 3/11/2010 12:49:55 PM
This is an awesome recipe! I have made these multiple times, and everyone always loves them. Everyone needs to try this recipe.
Posted: 3/1/2010 11:35:30 AM
these were really good cookies but kind of sweet. I could never get 180 cookies out of these. I used a 1/2 teaspoon and it made 96 cookies or 48 sandwiches so I guesss in order to get the 180 you would have to use 1/4 teaspoon which in my opinion would make them extremely small. Mine came out a pefect bite size. Kids loved them.
Posted: 2/22/2010 11:15:43 AM
I made these cookies to package as party favors for my daughter's first birthday. I put 3 cookies in a clear bag, tagged them and tied them with cute details and they were so dainty and perfect! These cookies are very sweet! I actually made two batches, and got 180 cookies out of each batch. The balls for the cookies should be fairly small, and when you push them down with the glass, don't push down too far or the cookies will spread (unless you like crunchy cookies!) I prefer mine on the softer side. All in all, I would make these again. You could easily switch up the extract flavors, as well as the colors for the icing, and use these cookies for many occasions.
Posted: 2/9/2010 11:17:52 AM
I made these cookies with my girls (7 and 5) for Valentine's Day. It was easy and fun! Everyone is right about the quantitiy - I got about 60. I plan on making them again and using different color filling for other holidays.
Posted: 7/14/2009 4:31:07 PM
WONDERFUL- so quick-easy-elegant. I am scandinavian (Swedish/Danish)so Almond Cookies are a staple but do take a careful hand. The other woman who added extra almond extract I think was right on target - just gives them extra 'punch'. A touch of jam (raspberry is nice) along w-the filling is great. A dot of raspberry jam on top is also a nice taste & decorative. As to the 1 woman who wanted them 'crunchy'--they would have to be rolled VERY thin to achieve that, you must monitor temp & time in oven CLOSELY - burned & broken cookies will never really work for making a sandwich cookie. Good Luck!