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An all-time favorite that is chock full of Spanish peanuts.
Dietary Fiber: 1g
My husband couldn't believe how light and tasty they were! He said I could definitely bake them again! Very simple to make - I didn't shell the nuts and the cookies turned out great which was a nice time saver! Will be keeping this recipe!
This has become one of my favorite cookies!I substituted margarine for the butter because of lastose intolerance and reduced the brown sugarand they still turned out super.
As the previous reviewer stated, this is an easy and durable recipe. It did make 4 1/2 dozen good-sized cookies, which turned out nicely browned, yet had a soft consistency.
This is a very well-behaved cookie. The recipe doubles well. The cookies freeze well. All that brown sugar gives them a carmel-praline taste. I baked them for my adult educations classes and it was a nice change from the chocolate chip/oatmeal/butter cookies I've been making. I used a little quick-relaease ice cream scoop to get them on the pans because the batter tends to be a little goopy. Mine needed 12 minutes in the oven. If you're baking them for a crowd you don't know well, you might prop a note beside the plate indicating that they contain peanuts -- some folks are highly allergic. Thanks for a keeper recipe.
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Every once and awhile, I have to giggle at the way recipes come and go, and then come back again. Orange & Fig Pinwheels is one of those recipes. Pinwheel cookies are now everywhere on Pinterest, as are fresh figs. Combine the two and you have one trendy recipe – fig pinwheel cookies. More ...
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