- 1/2 cup unsalted butter (softened)
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 large egg
- 1/2 lemon zest (and juice)
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/8 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
- 3/4 cup frozen raspberries (coarsely chopped)
|Calories200Calories from Fat70|
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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.
Hilary Dary 4 days ago
i used gluten free flour. they were amazing
Juliana Slater 19 days ago
Ok cookies, not very sweet but very fluffy. I added an extra two teaspoon of lemon juice and a half cup of water because the batter was very crumbly and it needed more lemon flavor. Will make again? Maybe, but with more sugar next time
Julia 22 days ago
Straightforward to make but I think I may have used too much lemon juice in my batch. If you are using a large lemon you may need less than half a fruit. They definitely do have more of a scone texture and taste.
Tim a month ago
Taste was good. I prefer cookies with more substance and texture. Maybe next time will add 3/4 cup oatmeal. A lot of work for two dozen cookies.
Miruna a month ago
They are pretty yummy! I would recommend!
alissa kerr 2 months ago
Absolutely delicious! Very soft and cakes, with a lovely fresh flavor.
Magnolia Clark 2 months ago
They are delicious the next batch I am going to add a touch more lemon juice and chop the raspberries just a little more
Johnson 2 months ago
Turned out great! They were a little bit runny in the oven... I will modify it next time. I also used cherries instead of raspberries and turned out amazing! Will make again!
David 2 months ago
Super tasty and easy to make.
Stocks 2 months ago
found them a bit runny so would need to modify next time
Sofia 4 months ago
I loved these cookies! I’ve made them twice and freeze them until I need them. It takes a bit long to make, but it’s worth it. I’m definitely making these again.
Hi, How Are You, Una 4 months ago
Amazing! Super delicious! I will say it took a bit longer than advertised
Renate Schulmeistrat 4 months ago
I did 2 batches of this - One as described here, and the second a keto version where I substituted almond flour for regular flour and A sweetener for sugar. The keto version actually turned out better than the original version. They were a little soggy but that may have been because I took it out of the oven too soon. I would definitely make the keto version again.
Shaine Merriman 4 months ago
These were really good. But didn't know if you were supposed to roll the dough into balls.
Savi Botelho 4 months ago
absolutely delicious even when i had to use an egg substitute. a nuce crispy outside with a soft airy inside. perfect balance of the two fruits
Victoria 4 months ago
Easy to put together and pretty color :) Cut down the sugar and doubled the recipe
Sherrie Boren 4 months ago
turned out great, doubled the recipe tho. Im glad I did too
Darren 5 months ago
They never flattened out at all, had to flatten them by hand and put them back in oven longer.
Ashling 5 months ago
These are amazing! They turn out great, the lemon is a little hard to know how much to put in since it says half a lemon juiced and zested. You can taste the raspberry and it turned out a pretty pink-ish purple. Loved making these, super easy. Next time I’m going to try to add a lemon frosting to see how that tastes, since the lemon is a little faint.
Hi Anaya 5 months ago
Great. Tastes shortbread like... not sure what I did wrong
Sam G. 5 months ago
Very good! Love raspberries so much
Megan A. 5 months ago
very good cookies...like the zestiness of the lemon...soft like a cake cookie
Yvonne 5 months ago
Really liked these cookies, though they are very far from the "white" in the picture. I used freeze-dried raspberries and they worked well. I had no trouble with the dough because I put it in the fridge overnight. I might add a bit more lemon next time, but they're awfully good as they are! Will certainly keep this in my keeper file.
Shields 5 months ago
Awesome! So tasty! Needed a little more baking soda/powder. The first batch didn’t spread much
michele 6 months ago
Loved these! would be especially delicious with a lemon glaze next time
Tiffany Lemon 6 months ago
Amazing! Used 1/3 coconut flour and turned out more like mini scones. Pleasant surprise!
Ganser 6 months ago
These cookies came out a little bit flat but taste delicious. My family loved them!
Carole St.Louis 6 months ago
Just as tasty as they looked.
Diaz 6 months ago
delicious. Just needed a little extra water to fully mix the ingredients together.
Chasey H. 6 months ago
they turned out great! so moist and delicious