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This recipe does not include salt and I ended up making a second batch because this one did not satisfy my childhood 'wedding cake cookie' flavor memories. Yes, they can be made both ways but just wanted to share this with readers as the ingredients are expensive so you'll want to be sure you know up front.
I made these for the "Bev" cookathon. I used a cookie scoop instead of rolling them and got 32 cookies. I baked for 21 minutes and they came out fine. I enjoyed them and will probably make again.
These are fabulous. So pretty and easy to make. These have always been my favorite cookie since childhood. Thanks for sharing a great recipe! :)
These were pretty good but a little dry and crumbly.
My mom used to make these when I was a little girl. They were easy to make and delicious. Perfect for a cookie exchange.
These little gems are so delicious and easy to make ! My husband said these are the best Christmas cookies he has ever eaten and even my little girls that don't eat anything with nuts LOVED them ! Thank you so much, Bev, for this wonderful recipe :o) !!!
My sister claims these are the best tasting cookies she has had. Considering that she doesn't like sweets, you can take this to the bank! These were a lovely addition to my Christmas trays this year. Very easy to make. I think one of the reasons they were so good was because I chopped my pecans very fine. These cookies will be a standard addition to my trays from now on!
These were good with the pecans in them. I will make these again next year!
Very crunchy and very yummy.