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A traditional cookie recipe

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  • 1 mom liked this

 

Snowdrops

snowdrops

 
 
 
  • Servings : Makes 54 cookies

 

ingredients

 

  • 1 cup butter
  • 1/2 cup confectioner's sugar plus 1 cup for dusting
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup finely chopped almonds or pecans
  • 1 Tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour

 

 

 

 

 

directions

step 1Cream butter in a mixing bowl.
step 2Gradually add sugar (1/2 cup) and salt.
step 3Continue creaming until light and fluffy.
step 4Add nuts and vanilla extract.
step 5Blend in flour gradually. Mix thoroughly.
step 6Shape into teaspoonful balls.
step 7Place on ungreased cookie sheet.
step 8Bake at 325° F. for 15-20 minutes.
step 9Sprinkle some of the confectioner's sugar over cookies while still on the sheet. Cool before removing from cookie sheet.
step 10Place some confectioner's sugar in a Ziploc® Brand Storage Bagand place some of the cookies inside. Gently shake well so the sugar completely coats the cookies.
 

 

 

Do you ladies like this cookies ? besides the chocolate chip w oatmeal and raisins.. this ones are really good too.

GABY☀



Replies (16) displaying 1-10
MamisAngels

ooh, I think I've had these before. They're so good. I didn't realize how simple they were to make. I'll have to try them. I'm sure the children will like them.

Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Thank you / Gracias

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Gabycr

yeah are very traditional .. a lot of my Anglo friends made them .. are good w the cafe or tea .. 

I'm pretty sure your kids would like them my son does.

Quoting MamisAngels:

ooh, I think I've had these before. They're so good. I didn't realize how simple they were to make. I'll have to try them. I'm sure the children will like them.

Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Thank you / Gracias


GABY☀

Poodles

 I have had these...someone called them Russian tea cookies. 

Gabycr

yes.. you a re correct !

Quoting Poodles:

 I have had these...someone called them Russian tea cookies. 


GABY☀

Chama51

are these what they call polvorosas?

Gabycr

I don't know .. is the first time I hear polvorosas 

Quoting Chama51:

are these what they call polvorosas?


GABY☀

Elena2012

 They look easy to make going to try out the recipe, thank you!

Gabycr

are really good .. I hope you can do it

Quoting Elena2012:

 They look easy to make going to try out the recipe, thank you!


GABY☀

ML Ingrid

One of my favorite cookies!!!

Lorenita104
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