By Boomette on February 03, 2008
Photo by Chef floWer
Photo by Chef floWer
"From the issue of November 2006 of Coup de pouce. This give 20 large cookies."
Serving Size: 1 (60 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 20
"These turned out very yummy. I highly recommend them. The only thing I altered in the recipe was that I left out the almonds (I don't eat nuts), and I was baking other types of cookies at the same time at a slightly higher temp, so these only took about 12 minutes to bake. Everyone enjoyed them. Thanks for posting. (Made for "Alphabet Soup" tag)"
"I had trouble with the directions on this recipe (Step 2) in which I didn't understand what was the superior grill. However it made a yummy school box and after school snack for my daughter. I discarded the almonds (to make it school friendly) and added white chocolate instead, otherwise I kept to the recipe. I cooked them in a 180oC oven for 10 minutes. The first batch cooked to much for 16 minutes. Little Miss (DD) loved them. Thanks Boomette for posting a great recipe."
"Made these "low-fat" by using applesauce instead of the butter and they came out great! When I printed out the recipe and saw the fat content, I had to come up with a solution! Cookies are super moist with a slight cake sensation to them, switch out the butter and enjoy MORE of these yummy cookies guilt free!:) I also sub'd in walnuts instead of almonds. I think I'll try pumpkin sause next!"
"Really good cookies! I must fess up, though... I diverted from the recipe because I had it in my head that these cookies contained white chocolate chips, so when I realized they didn't, I went ahead and added a cup of them, because I had my mind set on it! They turned out wonderful - not too sweet, with a delicious flavour combination. I'll definately make this again!! Thanks for posting this recipe, Boomette! Made for Zaar Stars."
"These were awesome, thanks!"
"Very good cookies! I added a handful of white chocolate chips. They are so pretty! I made the cookies with my smallest cookie scooper and ended up with about 30. I have added these to my Christmas tray. Made and Reviewed for Gone To Market Tag - Thanks! :)"
"I made these in prep for turkey day, but I had to sneak one before my guests arrive. They are so yummy!! Thanks for posting!!!"
"Thank you so much for some GREAT TASTING COOKIES ~ THESE ARE WONDERFUL! They didn't last long, but that's easily remedied by making another batch! Being the cranberry lover that I am, I had to use a very generous measure of them, & I also toasted the almonds before including them! A real keeper of a recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Went to the Market cooking game]"
"Wow, our new breakfast cookies! We didn't have many dried cranberries so we used half of them and half Sunmaid fruit bits. The almonds and a nice flavor to these cookies. Thanks Boomie!"
"These are 4 stars unless you top them with butter and/or honey -- then they are 5 stars! Great cookies, thanks, Boomette! Made for 123 Hit Wonders."
"Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders 2008 Tag. Another successful transition to a GF cooking using GF oats! They sure didn't last long, but considering they have all the elements of breakfast food - a couple of cookies and a cup of yogurt and you've got breakfast! Thanks for posting this Boomette!"
"I made these for DH to take to work, and they were devoured! He came home with many requests for the recipe. They were a big hit! Thanks Boomie! Made for ZWT 4."
"OmG!!! These cookies are out of this world! I can't wait to share some with my dad as he loves oatmeal cookies. I only had sliced almonds so I used some of those with chopped walnuts and pecans. I used a measuring scoop to scoop out the dough and found it helped to push down the tops a little. This one sure is a keeper! Thanks Boomie! Made for ZWT 4 by a Jefe de la Cocina!"