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Very good and very easy! I made these tonight for my son's preschool Xmas party tomorrow. My husband was instructed to start steps 1-4.....he put the egg whites in the dough mix and threw out the egg yolks! Anyway, I omitted step 6 (no egg whites/no nuts in case of unknown nut allergies for the kids) and baked them; they turned out just fine. I sprinkled them with powdered sugar too. Thanks, Kree! (Next time I will be not be splitting the task of baking these with DH!) Grrrr! LOL!

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TheDancingCook December 22, 2003

Very good! Not too sweet and very tasty. I made 2 batches with nuts, one without, and one with coconut instead. The coconut batch was fantastic! I cooked 1 batch 20 minutes and reduced it to 17 for the others, but I think I may have made them a bit small as I got about 55 cookies out of this recipe. Great for Christmas cookie baskets!

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Soup Fly * December 21, 2003

Just made this recipe. I melted white chocolate chips and drizzled them over the top. My very picky girls really liked it, but this time they're getting sent across country!

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lynandrex February 05, 2007

These were really good cookies. As another chef suggested, I made one batch rolled in nuts, one rolled in coconut, and left one plain. Coconut is not my favorite thing, but I liked the cookies rolled in coconut the best.

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Kay D. December 27, 2004
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