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I love the taste. It does melt in your mouth. I did find it too starchy and the texture too much like cornstarch. Maybe it was my sugar?
Thank you Chef burnt toast for a perfect butter cookie that works in a cookie press!!!! I have hunted all over for a delicate, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth cookie like the ones you buy in tins and this is THE one. I made these today and in about 1 hour from start to finish had beautiful, buttery delicious cookies. My cookies only took about 12 or so minutes to bake with 2 sheets, rotating from top to bottom shelves halfway through baking. This will be my only butter cookie recipe from now on. I am so glad that I looked a bit harder this year and found your wonderful recipe. 5 stars is not enough, in my opinion.
Awesome! Thanks so much for sharing - easy & quick to make - used my cookie press with fantastic results :-)
Most excellent recipe!The best Ive made to date. I did make them a little on the large side,using the spoon to make more of a drop cookie. Mine took 25 mins to cook. Thank you SO much for a perfect recipe!!!PeggyLynn
I printed this recipe as soon as I saw it posted this morning and went straight to the kitchen to make them! I halved the recipe and have now a tin full of melt in your mouth cookies. I made small cookies and the recipe made approx 60. For half of them I used my cookie press/gun and the other half I made just dropping the dough from a teaspoon and decorated those with a piece of cherry. The cooking time for my size of cookies was between 15-18 minutes, depending on the thickness. Great recipe! Thanks for posting.