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This is a tasty treat from Martha Stewart Holiday Cookies 2005. It doesn't make a lot of cookies, but it's super easy.
I found this recipe on joyofbaking.com. It has since become one of my favorites to bake. Not only are the cookies tasty and easy, but they leave my entire house smelling terrific.
Yes...that is the name in the cookbook, I checked when I was given the recipe :o)
These are light and tasty. Mixed in one bowl. Yeah for that.
From Better Homes & Gardens 100 Best Cookies 2004
really good..makes a nice gift
A friend once gave this to me as a gift. My girls were so impressed that they started making them all the time.
My favorite cookie to make at Christmas. Love the butter and almond flavor.
This recipe works well for gift baskets or as a little after dinner treat with coffee.
These are SO easy to make. My mother use to make them every year. They are always a great at any party. People will never guess what is in them.
From Martha Stewart's Holiday Cookies 2005.
By Joanne Bryant
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