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makes 3 dozen...i made o cornflakes and it was just as good

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Amanda Day June 10, 2002

This is a wonderful recipe with an amazing flavour! I used margarine instead of the butter, and omitted the cornflakes (only because I didn't have any on hand). Instead of the lemon drizzle icing, I used a pastry bag to pipe melted chocolate in stripes across the cookie & a big rosette in the middle to stick a whole peanut on top. My husband cannot get enough of these cookies! I also won 3rd prize at the County Fair with this recipe in a contest sponsored by one of our local peanut growers!!

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Debbb October 14, 2002

this is my new favorite cookie! didn't use the glaze because i ran out of time, but they were super without it.

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pschmiedel August 06, 2011

Wonderful cookies! Not too sweet and have a great flavour. I too omitted the cornflakes and used salted mixed nuts. I used a one-inch cookie scoop and got 36 cookies - baked at 175 C for 10-11 minutes. The drizzle icing is perfect for these! Thank you for sharing!

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stormylee August 20, 2008

What a wonderful flavor. A big hit at a Mexican themed luncheon that our class hosted at Church. Very easy to make.

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DRM October 29, 2004

My daughter needed a recipe for her Spanish class. This looked interesting so we tried it. It has a good texture, not too dry, and the icing really adds to the taste. We will make this again!

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Karen Jaeger March 09, 2004
Spanish Peanut Cookies