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These were so easy to make and they turned out really good. Lots of walnuts in it, and it does melt in your mouth. The coffee taste is not overwhelming, yums! Had to bake it a little longer (around 30 min) but still remained soft in the middle. Next time will substitute with brazil nuts!

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Caissinha November 30, 2010

Finally a recipe that's not overly sweet! I was generous on the coffee granules (used 2 heaping tsp) and I only had 1 1/2 cup of walnuts. They turned out great though... they just melt in your mouth. Got 61 cookies. Thanks Lennie!

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Geniale Genie December 13, 2009

These were OK, a bit crumbly and not sweet enough.

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hedi777 March 15, 2008

Very good

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jrjill January 07, 2007

positvely outstanding luuuuuuv it i'm new here and this is the first recipe i tried kudos! i luv coffee

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creme brulee luver December 29, 2006

I'm not a coffee drinker so I hesitated to make these but thought they would be a nice addition to the cookie trays. I did have to let them cool quite awhile on the trays or they crumbled when I tried to roll them in the sugar. I tasted some of the crumbled cookies and wasn't sure I liked them. I didn't get around to tasting another one til a couple of days later...wow! they were really yummy! I think I could easily get addicted to these. I had to hide them in the freezer to keep from eating them all before I made up the trays. Thanks for a great cookie!

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Sandy in Oklahoma December 24, 2006

These are very good. Since I am a coffee lover, I think I would like to see a little more of a coffee flavor, but all in all they made a pretty and yummy addition to our cookie tray. Thanks for posting, Lennie. I will be making these again.

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Denise in da Kitchen December 23, 2006

This was a yummy addition to our Holiday cookie trays. I used pecans from our tree instead of walnuts. I'd like let others know that it's important to let the balls cool off quite a bit before removing from the pan or rolling in sugar - mine would fall apart at the slightest touch. I ended up just dusting them (using my flour sifter)the 1st time. They were easier to roll in sugar after they'd completely cooled.

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4Susan December 22, 2006

Excellent,yummy,addictive I made them instead of my pecan sandies for something different to put on my gift trays. These are very easy to make,I got 60 cookies.Thank you Lennie for posting this yummy recipe

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Barb Gertz December 19, 2006

Thank you! Thank you! I needed to make something that was quick, tasty and not too sweet. This was the perfect recipe! Loved it!

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Meggerz December 19, 2006
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