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These cookies were wonderful!!! I had no trouble with the dough, not crumbly, easy to roll into a ball & flatten. I added some butter flavoring to my dough and it was so delicious. My hubby loved them. The cookies turned out beautiful, perfect shape. They smelled so good baking and they taste great, moist & delicious. I used my convection setting on my oven. I believe I got about 20 to 24 cookies but just enough for what I wanted. And if I want more, just mix up another batch. It was so easy. Thank you for the recipe and I will certainly be baking these again. Going to bake some again this week and send up to my dear niece in college!

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Jooshie September 26, 2013

I love Keebler's but I just wasn't thrilled with these. They were too dry (I baked them for 12 minutes) and I didn't feel like there was much flavor to them. They were okay, but not a recipe I'd bother to make again. I also only got about 24 cookies.

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Marg (CaymanDesigns) March 13, 2008

WIN!! I'm not fond of super sweet cookies so the sandie has always been a favorite. It's been yrs. since I'd had one and the craving was overwhelming. I think I even like them better than Keebler for the simple fact they are warm :-) Absolutely Awesome, not overly sweet cookie. (I subbed the shortening with margarine)

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Anonymous May 25, 2015

I just made these with cocoa-coated almonds instead of the pecans and added 1 teaspoon almond extract with the vanilla. YUM!!!!

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Jill5020 July 26, 2013

I made this recipe and it was horrible! The mixture never formed into a dough. It was just a bowl of crumbs, even after chilling for 45 minutes. Will never attempt again. Waste of my time and money on ingredients. Needs to be removed from recipes.

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Jibb March 19, 2013

Good pecan sandies,can't please flat pallets.

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stumpy4god June 10, 2009

I just made these and they are very, very good. I used 1 cup of chopped pecans and almond extract. The extra pecans was an accident, but I don't think it was too many. Thanks for sharing OB Nurse

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M J August 16, 2008

I made these cookies and I too was not thrilled with them. The cookie dough was dry and chilling it made it worse, crumbly. I baked them longer than stated in the recipe. They were very bland and tasted more like biscotti. The yield was 26 cookies. I don't think I would make these again.

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wallstreet7 June 27, 2008

These cookies were wonderful and tasted a lot like the Keebler Pecan Sandies that I love so much! I will definately be making them again. Make sure you give these cookies the right amount of time in the fridge. Great addition to my cookie recipe collection OB Nurse! Thanks Christina

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CulinaryGourmetQueen January 02, 2008

this was a delicate tasting cooking, but it tasted nothing like a keebler pecan sandie.and i was only able to get 2 1/2 dozen cookies out of this recipe,this might have been my fault i have trouble getting the right amount of cookies a recipe states.after i made up the dough,and chilled it,i found it to be a bit on the crumbly side,so i added about2 tablespoons of water to bring it together.i wish i could say i'll make it again,but i won't. i'm sorry.:(

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