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|Calories110Calories from Fat45|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Gabrielė N. 7 months ago
Cookies turned out to be quite crumbly but in a nice way. Took a little while longer to make than recipe says. However, would recommend
Ariella Netzel 9 months ago
Very good! A little crumbly, I put mine in for 15 minutes and they were a little too crispy. I think maybe 12 minutes would work out better. Otherwise very delicious!
Riley Melillo a year ago
Tasted amazing! Glaze wasn’t as good but still liked it!
Martha J. a year ago
Spread to a mess on the cookie sheet...tried twice in case I made a mistake the first time. Disaster!
Pierce a year ago
YOU MUST USE COLD BUTTER FOR THESE. That is the only way they will turn out. follow recipe, only use cold butter. NOT SOFTENED.
Carson 2 years ago
Excellent! Liked them a little better when flattened slightly before baking.
Julie Moreland Jacovec 2 years ago
Easy to make and delicious!!
Burjes 2 years ago
Did really good but we switched it up and used raspberry on some and homemade blackberry jelly on others also we didn’t use water for the glaze we used milk and butter😋😁
REICH 3 years ago
These cookies are the best. Top notch deliciousness recipe is easy to follow and pictures provided were fantastic
Hickey 3 years ago
i needed a valentine cookie so after chilling i rolled the dough and cut out heart shapes. i drizzled with pink tinted glaze. also used my linzer cookie cutters and made linzer cookie sandwiches with raspberry jam as the filling.
Veronika S. 4 years ago
These are probably the greatest cookies I have ever made. It was a struggle not to eat them all before guests arrived. Be careful with cooking the jam, it tends to leak out the sides of the thumbprint.