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these were pretty nice - it made very small cookies. I probably would roll them out and use cookie cutters next time. They aren't very sweet, and I didn't have crumbling issues like the other reviewer. I did have to omit the key lime zest, as all I had was a bottle of key lime juice. The cookies themselves didn't have a whole lot of lime flavor, even though I added an extra teaspoon of juice to compensate for the zest. But the glaze gave me the key lime flavor I was looking for. But I ran out of the glaze...and had to make more.
These are very good and look pretty when finished. They are VERY tart. The cookie itself isn't very sweet but I expected the glaze to balance that out. However, the glaze isn't as sweet as you'd expect because of the zest and juice. This is my first time ever using key limes, so I didn't know what to expect. I did sprinkle green sugar over the glaze to add some sweetness. Bake time for me was 10 minutes. I only got a little over 40 cookies, but I did slice mine thicker (they were hard to slice thin because the dough does crumble a bit). I think these are better the next day, when the flavors develop and they aren't as tart. Thanks, Karen
I also got only 40 very small cookies. The dough was too dry to cut any thinner. I also had more glaze than I could use. Next time I will double the dough recipe and leave the glaze recipe as is.
I've made these twice now to use up the key lime juice from making a key lime pie. I actually had too much glaze and would probably cut it by a third. I didn't zest the key limes, so instead added lemon zest. They are pretty sour, but a nice change from the normal sugary cookie.