Recipe by Rosina
"Almost a confection - has only one tablespoon of flour. Good with ice cream. Or fill with sweetened whipped cream."
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My mom makes these all the time they are delicious, At christmas time we dip the ends of them into milk or white chocolate and then shake colored sprinkles on for an added decoration. Excellent recipe!
These cookies are to die for. You can't eat just one.
oh brother... i don't know what happened with me and this recipe, but i will not be making a mess like this again - while i was taking the cookies up from the pan, the cookies kept crumbling. hence, i got a lot of well-greased cookie crumbs (i'm going to use them as ice cream toppings). so i decided to put the rest of the mix in cupcake foils and bake them for 8 minutes. MAN, i was so upset. even that result came out disappointing - they didn't have firm forms. :(.
Wow, that was hard but GOOD!!! I don't have the time to "shape" them though. Probably will not make again....
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 100
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