Recipe by angelica
"These elegant cookies are crispy and delicious. You can dress them up for special occasions by drizzling with melted chocolate. They are also low in fat."
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light corn syrup
packed brown sugar
Thanks for submitting this recipe. I've searched for a long time to find my all time favorite french cookie. Made this 30 years ago in high school french club. Do you have the french yule log with pudding recipe?
These weren't very hard to make just read the directions fully before attempting them. The hot pan of water and everything. However, as previously stated be SURE to have parchment paper, or I imagine you'll never get these off your cookie sheets. Not really my taste, kind of boring.
My mom loves these! You definently need to use parchment paper, or they might never come off the pan!!! Good Luck! :)
The taste was just like brittle but I am not sure if I did something wrong, but they weren't very easy to do and they all melted together when baking.
The cookies did not come off the parchment paper, so i had to re-do!
it wasnt the best but it still could be served at a 5 star reviewed restauraunt.
these were more of a peanut brittle than a cookie.I did have to omit the nuts due to allergies so that may have affected them.The flavor was good but not very managable.
the cookies tasted ok at the end, but they weren't what i have expected. the first thing that surprised me was that instead of 4 dozen cookies, i ended up with a little over 65, after a few fell victom to the dog. also, when the recipe says to wait for the middle to set, the whole cookie is bubbly, so it may be set before it looks it. i just took it out after 3 min on the top, and 3 min on the bottom, and then put them on my counter so that they would firm up flatly. they taste kinda like peanut brittle with chocolate on top. rather plain, but still good
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
French Lace Cookies
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 68
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