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I followed the recipe exactly, but I couldn't roll them out! The dough just kept falling apart. So I adlibbed and marbleized the 2 colours into round cookies instead. They were delicious! And everyone appreciated them in their Christmas tins of goodies!

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LetsBeSuperFriends May 09, 2012

Had a great time making these and was festive *yummy too*
Thank you

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tlchemist December 24, 2011

unfortunately, despite following directions exactly (other than swapping the quantities of almond and vanilla extracts, as we wanted almond-y cookies), these were the greasiest, weirdest, most tasteless cookies I've ever made. I'm sorry to say it, but I don't understand what happened. They looked pretty decent, but tasted badly enough that I had to toss the whole batch.

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sareet taylor December 04, 2010

Like the other reviewer, I used to make these all the time as a child and they were always my favorite. Great recipe to have young hands help with, as it's just like playing with play dough and is a fun way to participate in the holidays -- for both kids AND adults. Also, as the other reviewer states, the almond extract really makes the difference in this recipe and I usually add a touch extra, but that's just personal preference.

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lunarloom December 22, 2009

i remember making these with my mom when i was a child - now i'm making them with my daughter. the almond extract is key for our favorite recipe. thanks for sharing!

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hlkljgk December 14, 2009
Candy Cane Cookies (Or Cutouts!)