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Almond cookies that are easy-to-fill add a unique shape to holiday cookie trays.
Dietary Fiber: 1g
Very good and a tender crust. I did use the Almond Pastry Filling, which worked out nicely. I wasn't sure if I was supposed to mix something with it or not (I didn't). I used it right out of the can. Was too heavy handed when putting it on pastry, some oozed out of ends. Will probably make again, using less filling so it'll a little less sweet. :-} Only cut into 1" bites.
Hit of the Christmas cookies this year. Lots of work, but worth it. Ran out of filling even with careful measuring, so used pastry dough to make cut out cookies. Quite good that way too!
I made this for several elderly friends that don`t cook anymore but love to eat, and they just loved this cookie, and asked for more. Thanks so much from me and my friends!
It's so much easier if you use almond pastry filling, plus it tastes better. I also decided to make little round outs and fold them over and fill each individually... yes it takes more time, but they look so nice! I made them for thanksgiving and they were requested for Christmas!!!!
These are very easy to make and very tasty. everyone has enjoyed their buttery/almond taste.
Tastes good but quite a bit of work.
a lot of work but well worth it. This is my familys favorite Christmas cookie. it's a keeper!
It's OK, but not great
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