These were fantastic! I made them for my husband's men's group and they were a big hit! I used 1/2 cup Crisco + 3 tablespoons of water for half of the butter. Left out the nuts and used parchment paper to bake them on! Thanks for sharing your recipe!
This is a really good recipe. I made these up, rolled them out and wrapped them in wax paper and put in the freezer. Now when I need something in a hurry, I can grab a log, cut them up and in 15 minutes, I have a wonderful, freshly baked cookie to go with my cup of coffee. Thanks for the great recipe.
Great simple ice box cookie. Left out nuts but will definitely try with nuts next time.
So far so good. I help an older lady and she remembered these ice box cookies when she was young but never ended up with a recipe. I searced and found a whole bunch but tried this one. It was easy to mix up and the dough tasted so good. I like the pecans. I am going to surprise her with the cookies. I think she will love too.
Now that our DD has be home and gone back to college I can get my review done. These cookies are so much better then the store bought pecan cookies. The dough is on the dryer side but they bake up fine. I feel the pecans are a must, not an options, as they add so much to the cookie. I divided my dough into 3 logs and baked one so far, 2nd one is for Nov 17 when DD comes home again and the 3rd is for us. I love cookie recipes that can go in the freezer and then just slice when need for when company pops in. It's always nice to serve fresh bake good to your friends. Thanks for posting Kim I'll be making this regularly from now on. Made for *PAC Fall 2007* game
These wonderful cookies reminded me of my mother !! They are just like the ones she used to make when I was a little girl . They are simple and plain and that is what makes them sooo goood ! I will be making these again soon . Thank You for sharing this recipe !