4 Reviews

These make lovely sweet sweet bikkies and boy do they spread, my first batch all joined together so had to make the 2nd batch a little smaller. Love the lemon drop lollies in this & toddler DD had fun helping to make & eat them.

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**Mandy** August 24, 2008

These were fantastic! As soon as I saw this recipe I ran to the store for a box of LemonHeads. To crush the candies put them in a ziplock bag and whack 'em with a hammer. Instead of freezing the dough and rolling them in balls, I used a cookie disher to scoop them out onto a half sheet pan lined with parchment paper so they wouldn't stick, then pressed them flat with the bottom of a wet glass and sprinkled the tops with sugar. Way easier. These were wonderful cookies, I'll make them again soon. Thank you very much for posting it!

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rosieo May 04, 2007

Oh my Goodness!!! These are great. I made these exactly as directed. The only changes was using red and green Christmas sugars on part of them, and flattening them pretty flat to get more of a wafer type cookie. I did cut the cook time by about 2 minutes because I did flatten them more. Great cookie!! Wonderful lemon taste.

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Jellyqueen December 15, 2006

I love lemon and these cookies are really good with a very nice lemon tang. I used Splenda in place of the sugar and sugar free lemon drops. After sampling one they went into the freezer for Christmas but I'm not at all sure I'm willing to share them! Using Splenda and the convection they baked up nicely in 6-7 mins and are "tender crisp". Lovely.

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Annacia November 25, 2006
Lemon Drop Wafers