Recipe by Jenn Hall
"A delicious holiday cookie that diabetics can enjoy as well."
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granulated artificial sweetener
So wonderful! I've tried a million sugar free cookie recipes and this is the only one up to my standards. I used Splenda in the cookies. There was no aftertaste. I used Pollaner all fruit sugar free strawberry preserves, which were awesome! I also used Smuckers sugar free apricot preserves, but there was a sweetner aftertaste to those preserves. Beautiful, wonderful texture, decorative, good for gifts, diabetics, and they don't taste like sugar free!
I had high hopes for this recipe being it was low sugar. These were just ok. The taste was bland, & if it weren't for the raspberry spreadable fruit I used (raspberry St. Dalfour from France, sweetened with grape juice) they would be tasteless. I did use Splenda, & cut with 2" heart cookie cutters, & a mini heart for the middles. They're part of a Valentines gift for my hubby----hopes he likes them better than me.
Overall a pretty good cookie. Watch the artificial sweetener that you select as some leave a bitter aftertaste.
I made these with Splenda and splenda sweetened raspberry preserves for my diabetic uncle. He went crazy! We could barely keep everyone else from eating them. I used a little less Splenda because it is extra sweet and we didn't notice a funky aftertaste after the cookies were baked. Thanks a million-especially from my uncle!
Excellent cookie that everyone just loves. I make them quite small with 1/2 of them raspberry preserves and 1/2 apricot preserves. Both work great.
These turned out good. I didnt want to fuss so instead of rolling them out I just rolled the dough into a log and sliced them into wafers. I didnt even stuff with preserves. We ate them as-is. Very tasty. Just like an almond butter cookie.
I made a half of recipe for new hubby. I used a homemade sugar-free mixed berry jam and "fake" powder sugar to dress them up. They went very quickly -- next time I will have to make the full recipe!
Fabulous for being sugar free. Try using a flavored greek yogurt (or plain) as a substitute for sour cream. It does add a bit of sugar but you will NOT be dissapointed! My grandpa can't get enough of these :D
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sugar Free Sour Cream Linzer Cookies
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 73
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