Wooden Spoon Cookies

These are very easy and impressive. They from a Good Housekeeping dated 1996...they are different and SO wonderful that you will probably have to make several batches as they are eaten as fast as they are made!

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ingredients

directions

  • Preheat oven to 350F.
  • In 2-quart saucepan, combine ground almonds, butter, sugar, flour and cream.
  • Heat over low flame until butter melts.
  • keep mixture warm over very low flame.
  • Drop batter by rounded teaspoons, about 3-inches apart on cookie sheet.
  • (Do not place more than 6 on a cookie sheet, after they bake, they quickly have to be shaped before hardening) Bake cookies 5-7 minutes until edges are lightly brown and centers are just golden.
  • Remove from oven, and let cookies stand on cookie sheet 30-60 seconds, until edges set.
  • With metal spatula, quickly flip cookies over so the"lacy" side will show after being rolled.
  • Working quickly, roll each cookie into a cylinder around the handle of a wooden spoon.
  • If cookies become to hard to roll, return them briefly to often to soften.
  • As each cookie is shaped, remove from spoon handle; cool on wire rack.
  • Repeat until batter is used.
  • Makes about 3 doz.
  • cookies.
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"These are very easy and impressive. They from a Good Housekeeping dated 1996...they are different and SO wonderful that you will probably have to make several batches as they are eaten as fast as they are made!"
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  1. Nana Lee
    These are very fancy and tasty! It is a once a year recipe because of the time and attention needed to make them. However, it's worth it! Thanks for the recipe.
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  2. all4sweets
    These are very easy and impressive. They from a Good Housekeeping dated 1996...they are different and SO wonderful that you will probably have to make several batches as they are eaten as fast as they are made!
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