Recipe by pamrock
"This cookie has a nutty character and is also quite nutritious!"
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packed brown sugar
brewed coffee, room temperature
3 1/2 cups
This was a great way to get rid of some apple butter! The batter was very soft, and my cookies were a little flatter than I had hoped, but they tasted great. I only cooked them 8 minutes as 10 was too much, and this reciped yielded 13 dozen for me. I'm not sure I would lable this as nutritious, but certainly a great snack on a fall day. Not so great in the summer--I'll freeze them for some cooler weather.
I'm sorry but I can only give this two stars. The taste wasn't bad, but I lightly greased my cookie sheets and they still stuck like mad. Also, the cookies spread so thin they were almost like pancakes...so sad.
This was a nice, soft cookie. Thought the apple butter flavor could have been a little more intense. But they were still very good. I, also, added a little powder sugar drizzle after they cooled.
I thought these were excellent. I have to admit, I was a little bit skeptical when my dough was finished. It was very loose - more like a thick batter. I refrigerated my dough overnight and it firmed up nicely. I'd suggest using parchment paper with these. They come off the sheet beautifully. I used a small cookie scoop which made perfectly uniform-sized round cookies. These do spread - you'd have to expect this with any dough that includes fruit puree or butters. The edges of the finished cookies are slightly chewy and the cookies are soft, as promised. We really enjoyed these. They were a nice was to use up some homemade apple butter. Thanks for a tasty recipe!
I made the batter exactly following the recipe. I baked this in a 9X13 cake pan and frosted with buttercream. Absolutely delicious! My husband said fantastic! I baked at 350 degrees for about 45 min.
Old Fashioned, soft and spicy. Not overly sweet in spite of all of the sugar. I followed the recipe exactly and everyone enjoyed the cookies. If I were to make these again, I would consider adding shredded apple or those dried fruit bits.
Not impressed. I made a half recipe. The only changes were some white sugar for the brown (didn't have enough), spicy tea for the coffee (used slightly more), raisins for the walnuts (plumped in the additional tea I used) and 1/4 cup more flour (to compensate for the extra liquid). I didn't have any major spreading or sticking issues (I greased my cookie sheets). I think the timing is a little off- start checking at 8 mins if you make TBspfuls of dough. These were cake-like with slightly crisp edges, though their flavour was bland and lacking. Not something I'd make again.
Bottom just burnt and the top was soft and fluffy...like a muffin. I tried salvaging the recipe several different ways to no avail.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Soft Apple Butter Delights
Serving Size: 1/60 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 60
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 42
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