Recipe by Steph
"A yummy cookie! It is easy and quick to make. Makes a great Colossal Cookie, if you use a small pizza pan and cover with jam."
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packed brown sugar
maraschino cherries, halved
This recipe is absolutely delicious. I made it once with raspberry jam in the middle, and once with strawberry jam... sooooo good, they were gone in less than an hour.. and my husband is generally not a cookie person. Yum!
These are okay. Definitely way too long for cooking - I had to do it for 10 minutes only. The cookies are crunchy.
I like the brown sugar version of this cookie. Like my mother always did, I roll mine in coconut before baking. Also, a candied cherry is nicer than a maraschino cherry. I find the maraschino cherry tends to bleed and makes the centre of the cookie soft.
These are great..
next time I'll use white sugar instead of brown though...
delicious! used 1/4 cup powdered sugar and 1/2 cup brown sugar. i think next i will use 1/2 cup powdered and 1/4 cup brown to make them a little more melty. they are sooo yummy :]
These were great! I made them with strawberry jam in the center for a Christmas party and everyone loved them. I'd say that other reviewer either flubbed an ingredient or needs to check his/her oven calibration.
This recipe is great. It is so easy and fast to make. I made it using cherries in the middle, jam in the middle and chopped pecans in the middle. The cookies disappear quickly. The only changes I made to the recipe was to use granulated instead of brown sugar and to increase the vanilla to 1 teaspoonful. It also helps if the butter is at room temperature and very soft. Another thing I did with this recipe was to save the egg white and use it as an adhesive for the nuts I used in the centers of the cookies. I whisked the egg white, made an indentation in the center of each cookie using the handle of a wooden spoon and then brushed the egg white in the center and added the chopped pecans. The first time I used nuts in the centers, I didn't use the egg white and the nuts didn't stick nearly as well. The possibilities are many with this yummy cookie recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Melting Moments III
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 48
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