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Delicious..Very simple ingredients for a college student like myself.I added some vanilla and sprinkled brown sugar on top! Very good and simple. I also followed a previous raters comments and just put it all in one pan and cut them as soon as I took them out of the oven...works great! I will be making these again especially since I can't pry them out of my roommates hands!!
I lost my original recipe and this looked close to it. If possible it was even better. I smooshed all the dough onto a cookie sheet and then pricked it ful of fork holes. As soon as it came out of the oven I cut them into bars. I had to freeze them as soon as they cooled or I would be tempted to eat them all.
This was just what I was looking for. They were very buttery and my whole family loved them. I added a tbsp. of vanilla extract. I only needed 20 minutes cooking time. Watch them carefully. PS: This is the same recipe as Scottish Shorbread IV only cut in half.
This is my all time favorite cookie! They're sooooo good! Sometimes I add chopped pecans to the dough, but they're still delicious without them. Definitely give this one a try. They're too good to pass up!
Delectable! I was pleasantly surprised by only three ingredients. They didnt look the greatest because I admit I didnt put much care in the way that I cut them. About 8 people in my family tried them and all commented on how good they were. I felt like a million bucks and found it hard not to inform everyone- THERE WERE ONLY 3 DARN INGREDIENTS AND even my little sister could make them and beam with pride. Also I'll add that these cookies would be perfect to give as a gift. You could have them done and cooled 2 hours before packaging them up and blessing someone with these rich cookies. Today I am going to give them a shot with the brown sugar Splenda which I found for 4.99 at my supermarket. Both of my Grandparents are diabetic and I know I can make a pretty package and drop them off for the both of them. Tasted similar to a pecan sandie, and I also wanted to add that I added about 3/4 cup of whole wheat flour and it was a nice addition. I really reccomend these and hope my review helps.
Great, simple shortbread recipe! I added a little bit of salt to the dough, and then pressed the dough into my 7" x 11" baking pan. I pricked the dough with a fork and then baked it until golden. While the shortbread was still hot, I sprinkled the top with a mixture of semisweet and milk chocolate chips, and after they melted, I spread it smooth and then ran my knife through it to make a design. It is super delicious this way, and everyone loves it! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe....I'll be making it again for sure!!!
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