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Turned out excellent, and delicious! The dough was a little crumbly to "spread" in the jelly roll pan. I thought perhaps I did something wrong, and it made it difficult to brush egg white on it as well. I simply pressed the crumbs down and made the best of it. But I was surprised that it came out just fine. Next time, I will make balls and press them into cookies. Thanks!
These were the best cookies I have ever made. They are wonderful and easy to make. Next time I would line the pan with parchment paper.
I just finished glazing and sampling. These are now on my list of cookies to make every christmas!
I made these cookies with margarine and they still turned out marvelous. Very rich, wonderful treat. Will be made again, if not sooner, for Christmas.
Excellent cookies! I used almonds instead of pecans .. Simple to make and quicker than regular cookie recipes as the dough is spread in a pan .. I will make these again and I think I will try making regular cookies with them too .. thanks for sharing!
These cookies are fabulous and will be made again and again. Very easy to make as well. I baked them in a 9x13-inch pan and sprinkled them with a 'baker's mix' of nuts...walnuts, pecans, cashews and hazelnuts. After drizzling the icing on them, I smooshed it around with the back of a spoon so that each cookie would have icing covering it. I suggest cutting the bars while still very warm, I waited a few minutes and found it gets harder to cut them as they cool. These are just delicious, thanks for posting this recipe acerast :)