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Mmmm....these are really delicious cookies! Unusual texture, chewy edges, soft middle. My cookies didn't look like the picture. They were thicker. I was out of walnuts so I used toasted pecans and would use them again and may cut back a little on the sugar, I'm trying to cut back were I can. Thanks for sharing this keeper recipe!

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Lucky in Bayview October 19, 2013

My family liked these! I got 19 cookies. I messed up on the first batch. I accidentally set the oven to 325 instead of 375. So I baked 5 more minutes and some burned. :( next batch was good. I had a half a brick of cream cheese I needed to use up. So this was perfect! I probably used 4 oz though. I was a little concerned that it didn't use any eggs. I also used 3/4 up of sugar.

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seal angel March 19, 2013

We loved the flavor of these cookies. So nice and chewy. Thanks for posting this recipe.

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gwynn January 05, 2013

I had a part of a brick of cream cheese to use and found this recipe to try. DELICIOUS! I didn't have walnuts, so toasted some pecans. I will definitely be making these again. So Easy and Good.

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Claire de Luna December 05, 2009

WOW. What a great cookie! Delicate but soft and a bit crunchy. Definitely a keeper. I use an Airbake cookie sheet, so have to bake them a bit longer. So easy to make and these would be perfect for a wedding, shower, etc. (OK, Pittsburghers have cookie tables at wedding receptions..... )

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Mary Kay R. May 17, 2009

I made these for a 4x4 outing and all of the "non-sweet eating men" gobbled them up! Hahaha. These are Delish, soft and chewy and just a bit cunchy on the very edge. Thanks for an awesome cookie *Parsley*!

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Amberlyrose September 22, 2008

I cannot stop eating these, so I had to give a few dozen away! I doubled the batch and got just about 60 cookies. The only thing "wrong" is that I wish they hadn't come out so thin, but the taste and texture more than make up for it. These are definitely going to be enjoyed by my family and friends a LOT in the future. Thanks so much for a fabulous recipe, especially one that uses stuff I almost always have on-hand!

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Felix4067 December 21, 2007

The texture of these is very different to any other cookie I've ever eaten:soft and very moist, yet chewy. They have a mild lemony taste, and are very moreish. I'd also recommend leaving the cookies on the baking tray for a few minutes after removing them from the oven. I got 28 cookies.

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Soobeeoz August 30, 2007

These are delicious cookies! They are perfect for when you want a change from the usual chocolate chip or peanut butter cookies. I love the flavor of the walnuts and cream cheese together. They are a bit delicate when they first come out of the oven so I just waited a minute or so before I removed the cookies from the cookie sheet. Thanks for the wonderful recipe!

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Lainey6605 November 02, 2006

These yummy cookies taste somehow coconutty even with no coconut Ü They are soft and chewy with crisp outer edges and were very well-received by my family. This recipe, which made about 27 cookies, will be going into my keeper file ~ Thanks!

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