Recipe by Robin J.
"Cookies that look like little letters."
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candied cherries, chopped
These cookies were fun to do & made a great presentation. I liked the results even better when I omitted the water brushing before sprinkling the tops with sugar.
I made these and found the dough to be too wet and sticky. After folding in a lot more flour I could manage. The flavor of the cookie was not that great. I love the idea though and will use it with another dough recipe.
I left the sour cream out. Dough was not sticky. I also put a scant spoonfull of seedless strawberry or raspberry jam in the center before folding the edges in. They were alot like a shortbread. Also baked at 375 until edges were starting to brown.
So cute. I'll use this!
I found the dough to be really hard to work with - very sticky, I had to add so much flour that it affected the taste. That said, the cookies were pretty good once they were done. I baked it at a lower temp because my first set burned on the bottom and were incooked in the middle. They are adorable for Valentines day.
A lot of work for so-so finish. Will not make again. Cute idea, but needs work.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 79
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