"I make this recipe every holiday season and everyone loves it. These cookies are light and sweet. They can be made a lot of ways with different extracts. Also the ends can be dipped into melted chocolate (they are very good this way)." — Courtney
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unsalted butter, softened
1 5/8 cups
6 (1 ounce) squares
semisweet chocolate, chopped
I was looking for a quick cookie recipe using ingredients I had around the house, and these were very quick and wonderful. Didn't have almond extract so I used lemon, and they were so light and airy, just very good. Will make them again!
I followed this recipe, also, and I too, had them melt out of shape. I added another 1/2 cup of flour (or so, to the right feel) and pressed them again with better results. They are a VERY TASTY cookie, so it was worth the trouble. I'll probably use the adjusted version as "spritz"-like cookies with the press.
I followed this recipe to the tee and it turned out as such a disappointment. It didn't hold shape at all and were really mishapen. I was ashamed to serve them for dessert but they were tasty. I rated this a 2 only because it was still tasty regardless of how horrible they looked.
This recipe was ok but cookies turned out more like wafers than fingers. Pretty tasty though.
Halloween trick - added green food coloring and then tipped one end of the fingers with slivered almonds to make scary "witch's fingers."
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Wonderful Almond Fingers
Serving Size: 1/60 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 60
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 41
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