I love eggnog! This was a very delicious recipe! I followed the recipe exactly how it was indicated and they turned out absolutely marvelous! Best cookies ever...... although I do recommend putting in a little less nutmeg. It was a little to strong for my taste. Overall.... an excellent recipe for eggnog lovers!
I was very disappointed with this recipe. I chose it because of all the great reviews - I only try recipes that have ratings. The eggnog flavor was fine but the texture was horrible. They were pasty, floury and took forever to cook at 300*. Very strange...
I tried this recipe two different times and they always ended up flat and burnt.
My family gave this recipe 4 stars. These cookies are so yummy even without frosting! They would make a great coffee dipping cookie! The eggnog flavor stands right out and is so tasty! My only problem was I had the Food.com recipe divider thing divide the recipe for me and I had to add a bit more flour to thicken the batter. Overall I will so be making these every year! Thanks for posting a great recipe! Christine
I took a batch of these to work....EVERYONE wanted the copy of this recipe. I would give this one 10 stars if I could.
These are pretty good. I may consider cutting down on the sugar next time as I found them a little sweet. But all in all, they have a nice flavour and a light texture.
These are a very pleasant cookie. They smell like Christmas while baking! The flavor is very subtle and not at all over powering. Definitely sprinkle with the nutmeg-or cinnamon-or something -because otherwise they are very plain looking and will get passed over for other treats off your cookie tray, and then people would miss out on this nice cookie!
These cookies were delicious! I got a most creative award for these cookies at a cookie exchange party. Everyone raved about these. My only issue was that the recipe made only like 3 dozen cookies (and these were pretty small).
These were a nice cookie but didn't wow us. They are definitely better with the nutmeg sprinkle. Followed the recipe as written and baked on parchment paper.