If a traditional wedding cookie shacked up with a lemon bar, this would be the result. I read the conflicting reviews and gave it a shot. I will agree, they were dry, but this type of cookie is suppose to be dry. My main problem was also the runny filling. I have since made them again, and experienced the same thing. My suggestions - if you absolutely can't get it to thicken after 30-45 minutes, whip in some confectioners sugar and put it in the fridge for a few minutes. . . it won't substantially change the taste, just the consistancy. I also srpinkle a little of the same on the top to "dress them up." These would be great for a wedding, spring tea, or similar event, (bake ahead, they are even better on day 2) but are much too time consuming for the everyday. I would give them a 5 for flavor but had to give a 4 due to length of time, difficulty with filling and overall usefullness in my cookie collection.
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If a traditional wedding cookie shacked up with a lemon bar, this would be the result. I read...