These little gems are truly addicting! I made them for St. Patrick's day this year and within 24 my fiance and I had gobbled up the entire patch. I didn't have any almond extract so I subbed vanilla and they still were great. Very subtle flavor that leaves you wanting more. Thanks so much.
This are so incredibly yummy! I experimented a bit. I only have a 2 tbs scoop so the first batched I cooked were a bit too big and underdone in the center, however the underdone center was like a pudding middle so they were still great. I didn't add food coloring (didn't have any) but the cookies came out green anyway (plenty of coloring in the Aldi-brand pistachio pudding). I noticed the sugar browned slightly during baking, and while essential to the taste (dough isn't very sweet), it didn't make a very pretty green cookie. I made these for Christmas so the last batch I made into thumbprint cookies using cherry preserves. They were the best and pretty too!
These were good! I made them for St. Patrick's Day using greem colored sugar to roll them in. They are nice and soft. The flavor kind of reminds me of spritz cookies. A keeper!
A friend of mine had found this recipe while looking for Irish recipes for St.Patricks day. So I went over and watched her make them. They were supper easy and so very mmmmm delicious. I will definately be making these for St. Patties day at my house. I think I might even put a merachino cherry on top. Thanks for sharring Sandy of Houston
These were so simple to make and so tasty to eat fresh out of the oven. I will certianly make them again! Thanks.
These were a hit. I make cookies every week for friends and family. This was like a sugar cookie, with a hint of pistachio. Very mild and very lovely. I used my standard cookie scoop that I use on most of my cookies - it's 1 tablespoon, and the cookies were perfect. Golden brown on the bottom, pretty green on the outside and cooked completely on the inside. Thank you for the recipe, I may try it with other flavors of pudding. This is a keeper!
I am not crazy about this cookie. I didn't think they looked very nice, certainly not as pretty at the picture. The taste was okay, nothing special. Also, you need to make sure you make them no bigger than a walnut or they are raw inside. I don't think I will make these again, but thanks so much for posting the recipe. Happy Holidays.
Scrumptious! A wonderfully crisp outside and a delicate inside that melts away on the tongue. I loved the pistachio/almond flavors, delightful combination. They looked pretty christmasy too, with their sparkly sugared outside. I will make these again, for sure!
I had my doubts while making it but WOW are they ever good!! My 2 1/2 year old and I had had fun making them and I have to cut her off because she keeps asking for more and more AND keeps taking bites of mine. These were super good, thank you for posting this.
I really liked these cookies. I did accidently mix the sugar in, instead of saving it to roll in, but still tasted fine. I also mixed in some small green sprinkles. With 3 drops of dye, mine were darker than in Deb's picture, but they acuratly show the texture. I relaly like the idea of making lemon (poppyseed) varieites of these cookies!