These cookies are excellent! I made them for my hubby yesterday and they tasted fantastic. The only thing I did not know was that I should have let these cookies TOTALLY COOL on the cookie sheets before trying to remove them to the racks - that would have prevented them from falling apart. They still taste yummy though but the first 12 didn't look so nice. I'm bringing the leftovers to work today as leaving them around the house would just be dangerous. Thanks again Kittencal for another recipe keeper. By the way, I love your new website and would like to buy your cookbook when it's available!
I followed the directions to a T and these cookies did not turn out. I don't know what I did wrong. They crumble as soon as you pick them up. And they don't have a food flavor.
Excellent, but not my mom's recipe.
Yowza! These cookies are heavenly! I hope I have some left for Christmas Eve dinner tomorrow night, I can't keep my hands off of them! Thanks for another perfect recipe!
wow kit this is just like shortbread made even better with the added jelly, incredible is right, thank you for another winner kit
These were incredible Kit. The tasty morsels melted in your mouth. I loved these butter cookies, they were similar to shortbread, but had a wonderful subtle orange flavor that complimented the raspberry jam perfectly. They were quick and easy to make. I used these in my Christmas trays this year and was not disappointed. Thanks for sharing this winner.
These are decadent cookies. They look great and taste wonderful, perfect to go with tea. I made it without changing anything, and they turned out very well. They are similar to the cookies that they sell in the bakery at the local supermarket, except there they cost a fortune. The only problem I had is to keep the dough to hold together, and they tend to crumble and fall apart at first. After mixing the dough a bit more, though, it went much better. I'm also not sure if all that cornstarch is really necessary.