By JamesDean'sGirl on September 04, 2003
Photo by Pumpkie
Photo by Pumpkie
"Go ahead, eat 'em for breakfast."
Serving Size: 1 (886 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"These cookies did not turn out as well as I was hoping. The dough, even after chilled, was hard to work with. Slicing the dough usually made it fall apart. All of the cinnamon sugar just fell out completely. I baked them for 12 minutes and they were still very doughy. And they had no flavor whatsoever! I was disappointed."
"Wow, I was so disappointed in this recipe! First of all the dough didn't hold together, even after 4 + hours in the fridge. I followed another reviewers tip for adding more filling - another mistake, all it did was add to the crumble disaster. There was no way this recipe would make 5 dozen cookies, it barely made 2 dozen crumble piles on the cookie sheet. It tasted fine ... but we won't make this recipe ever again."
"Very good, I did have a problem rolling them but it is just something that I have very little experience with so wasn't used to the stickiness. A little more time consuming for the soccer mom (me) but for the "Martha" mom, it is a great tasting presentation piece."
"I love them and so does my Grandson."
"Very tasty. The cookies were a little crumbly but worth making again. I added a little more of the cinnamon sugar filling because of some of the other comments but I think I added too much sugar."
"Very good cookie. I used margarine instead of butter and found the cookies were dry and disappointing. I added a glaze and they were delicious. I will try the recipe again using butter."
"I made these last year for Christmas cookie trays and forgot to rate them. This is a very easy recipe that everyone enjoyed. Thanks for a keeper."
"You have NO idea how many times I have begged my mom to make these! eBeth's daughter"
"Cinnamony goodness! The recipe made 30 1/4" cookies for me. More cinnamon-sugar mixture is required to get visible brown swirls -- I'll try doubling that next time. Glaze is highly recommended. Making a half batch produces an equal number of cookies with a small diameter. Careful with baking -- the cookies don't visibly change, so it's tempting to presume they are not done and leave them in the oven."
"These were good cookies, not too sweet...but I couldn' get them to roll nicely, for that reason, I probably wouldn' make them again."
"yum! made these for an upcoming holiday bake sale!! I had a little bit of trouble getting the dough to roll up but, it was probably just me :D They still came out wonderful and I also drizzled a glaze over them as the other reviewers said they did!! Thanx!"
"These ae the best christmas cookies! Yumm! I put a simple glaze ontop of them and were a huge hit! Thanks for the recipe!"
"These cookies are soooo goood! They are easy to make and are wonderful for cookie trays. Its hard to keep away from them when they are warm! I drizzled a light glaze on them also thanks for sharing this recipe"