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So wonderful! I've tried a million sugar free cookie recipes and this is the only one up to my standards. I used Splenda in the cookies. There was no aftertaste. I used Pollaner all fruit sugar free strawberry preserves, which were awesome! I also used Smuckers sugar free apricot preserves, but there was a sweetner aftertaste to those preserves. Beautiful, wonderful texture, decorative, good for gifts, diabetics, and they don't taste like sugar free!
I made these with Splenda and splenda sweetened raspberry preserves for my diabetic uncle. He went crazy! We could barely keep everyone else from eating them. I used a little less Splenda because it is extra sweet and we didn't notice a funky aftertaste after the cookies were baked. Thanks a million-especially from my uncle!
These turned out good. I didnt want to fuss so instead of rolling them out I just rolled the dough into a log and sliced them into wafers. I didnt even stuff with preserves. We ate them as-is. Very tasty. Just like an almond butter cookie.
Fabulous for being sugar free. Try using a flavored greek yogurt (or plain) as a substitute for sour cream. It does add a bit of sugar but you will NOT be dissapointed! My grandpa can't get enough of these :D
I made these along with the regular linzer tart cookie recipe. I did add 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon and 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves. This I believe made them more like a linzer tart. I was pleasantly surprised. They are very similar. They just seemed a bit lighter and flaky. I will definitely be making these again.
I used pecans rather than almonds and used strawberry and blueberry simply fruit spread and got rave reviews. While the cookie itself is somewhat bland that's perfect so it doesn't compete with the filling though I did enjoy broken ones (my son spilled the pan and while the cookies were saved from hitting the floor they broke) by themselves. Probably won't make often since we like sugar its a good recipe to have on hand for those who are avoiding sugar.
I had high hopes for this recipe being it was low sugar. These were just ok. The taste was bland & if it weren't for the raspberry spreadable fruit I used (raspberry St. Dalfour from France sweetened with grape juice) they would be tasteless. I did use Splenda & cut with 2" heart cookie cutters & a mini heart for the middles. They're part of a Valentines gift for my hubby----hopes he likes them better than me.
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