Recipe by Glenda
"A not too sweet cake type cookie...perfect for an afternoon tea."
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2 1/2 cups
This recipe makes an edible cookie. However I agree with previous review: not wafer crispy and could be sweeter. Also used it in banana pudding: they remained firm/didn't soak in the pudding. With a bit of tweaking this could be a good recipe.
I would like this cookie a bit crispier,and more vanilla flavored nanee
Made a half recipe to use in the Homemade Banana Pudding Pie recipe. Do not look like the boxed ones but still good!
Plain tasting, really dry. Need a drink after each bite. Nothing like boxed vanilla wafers. Fragile cookies, easily fall apart. Won't make again.
1st use a smaller portion than the tablespoon, you'll get more cookies. I added more vanilla and still need to add more. Not real sweet or crispy, but they remind me of the old fashioned tea-cakes. I took some to bible study and to work and got good reviews from all. I have sent the link to this recipe with others who like just a little cookie with their coffee (me) or tea. Could be a little sweeter though. This recipe was quicker than the one I saw that you had to roll and refrigerate. I might try that one later.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Vanilla Wafers III
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 78
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