By MackinacBride on September 30, 2002
Photo by averybird
Photo by averybird
"From Taste of Home magazine"
Serving Size: 1 (2593 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Wow these rare good!!! I didn't have pecans, so I used walnuts (which we prefer anyway). I agree that the frosting is not needed, andI thought it actually took away from the cookie flavor. Also, next time I will probably add 1/2 tsp. of salt, I think every cookie needs it. Thank you for a great recipe though, this is definately a keeper!!"
"Wow these are yummy! I was lazy so instead of making cookies I made bars in a 9x13 pan. I had to bake them about 40 minutes and then put the frosting on once they cooled. I omitted the pecans also. Thanks for this great recipe!"
"I'm one of the co-workers of "Wife2abadge" that loved, loved, loved these just the way they are!"
"Upgraded to 5 stars as these are craveable! Quite sweet and I still may try them with a lighter frosting, but perhaps not and just enjoy with a tall glass of milk instead. All in all very nice cookie, great maple flavor! Thanks!"
"My coworkers really loved these cookies! I thought they needed some salt, but otherwise found them yummy. I think I'll leave off the frosting next time because they were great without it and I don't think the frosting really added anything to them."
"I love these cookies! It is well worth a trip to the store just to buy the maple flavor- I've made them several times and there are never any left the next day."
"I made these for my boss for her 4th of July BBQ (she is not a good baker). She told me that they went over great, and that allot of people asked for the recipe during the BBQ. She said that the sweetness was great because the BBQ sauce for her ribs was very sour, and it was good to end on a sweet note. She thanks you very much and asked me to make them again for her some time. Thank you for this recipe!"