3 Reviews

Yummy little gems! I filled a tart pan with the dough and then put the filling in, so they were shaped more like Pecan Tassies/Mini Pecan Pies. Baked them only 21 minutes. Delicious treats!

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Maito January 14, 2008

I chose this recipe because of the pretty picture but unfortunately the dough did not work well for me I had a hard time keeping the dough together while lifting it to shape, I used salted butter and reduced the salt to only a pinch, so that may have had something to do with it although I don't think so, with all my years of baking, I really cannot figure out what happened, I don't feel I should be rating this recipe as I changed it slightly, I am going to try the recipe again and when I do I will re-write my review on it, thanks Toni!...Kitten

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Kittencal@recipezazz July 12, 2007

What a pretty little cookie! I had so much fun making them too. Every once in a while some of the filling would squeeze out as I tried to mold them, but they were still cute. I halved the recipe and rerolled the scraps to end up with 12 cookies. I would suggest cooking these in the bottom half of your oven so the bottoms will be cooked before the tops get too brown. These had a wonderful light flavor and I think they would be wonderful with tea. Thanks for the great recipe Toni!

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cookiedog January 20, 2007
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