Recipe by EMMYJAY1
"Perfect little shortbread cookies. Dip them in chocolate and top with nuts, coconut, and crushed candy canes. Not too sweet and a great Christmas cookie! Freezes well and dough can be made a day or two ahead. These are good plain, or you can melt some chocolate chips (milk, semi-sweet, or white) and dip one end of the cookie. You can then dip the chocolate end in chopped nuts, crushed candy canes, coconut, jimmies, or decorating sugar. Or, add a little grated orange peel or chopped candied ginger to the chocolate when you melt it for another great flavor. Place on waxed paper to harden."
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What a great cookie. I love the shape and chocolate dopped end can be sprinkled with anything. We used Christmas sprinkles. I had already made one butter cookie so instead of vanilla I used almond extract. It was fabulous! Thanks for such a great cookie!
Waaay too crumbly, dough hard to work with. Taste was so-so. \
What a fabulous recipe! Not only are these cookies delicious, they present very well. My taste testers loved them! They are sure to be a hit on Christmas Eve.....thanks so much!
Followed the recipe just as instructed. These cookies taste great and are incredibly easy to make. It made about 65 cookies(plus whatever my 3 year old ate as I was placing the balls of dough on the sheet). We added dried cranberries because they had been in the pantry for a while and 1/2 cup m&m's that were left from Easter. They seem like they would taste great with crushed nuts too.
Perfect shortbread cookie, taste like store bought but wayyyyy better. Super easy. Dipping them in chocolate is the perfect finishing touch!
Made these twice last Christmas, and they were a total hit with everyone in my family! Just pulling the recipe back out to make them again this year too!
I dip them in white chocolate. I also add another teaspoon of vanilla.
This year going to make the white chocolate and a mint batch. I'm going to add some peppermint extract to the dough and dip in melted Andes chocolate mint pieces this time!
These are so good. Around Christmas time try dipping it in white chocolate and put crunched candy canes on the white chocolate. So so so good, I made little baskets and gave them out on Christmas to my friends.
Delicious cookies. I loved how easy the recipe was. I also dipped some of the cookies in chocolate and added hazelnuts as well. I will be making these again. Thank you sharing!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/60 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 60
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 56
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