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This is my first ever recipe review, and I took a chance on a new recipe with no reviews. I was not disappointed at all. These cookies are very easy to make and they turned out exactly as pictured. This is a firm shortbread pecan sandy type cookie. I halved the recipe and added about 2 Tbsp of flour due to high altitude but I'm not sure it was necessary...mostly it's out of habit. I also had leftover prepared caramel for apple dipping so I substituted that for the caramels and cream. Taste was great, but I'm betting the real caramels and cream are even better. I also baked these on parchment for easy clean up. Thanks for posting... I look forward to making more!
There are a couple of things that should be clarified in the recipe: butter should be softened. And press with a spoon after they come out of the oven cause obviously they will be hot to touch. Overall the process wasn’t too bad. They came out really good and I’m not a huge sweets fan. Nor do I really love caramel, but I am making these for someone else. My 11 year old loved them. I did half pecan rolled and half almond rolled, because I thought I had enough pecans. Wrong. Oh well. Both came out very good. Recommend drizzling the chocolate with a fork. I tried a spoon and got globs. #notabaker
These were pretty darn good. The only issues I had were they seemed to have a heavy flour taste and I didn't have near enough pecans. I think I will cut the flour down next time I make these (and trust me there will be a next time!). Re-reading this recipe before I reviewed it I realized I forgot to add in the oil to the chocolate chips. Didn't even miss it so not sure if it is really necessary. This is a keeper for sure!
Brought this to a potluck we had at work. Was a big hit. Got a few Skype messages emails etc from other staff members saying how great they were and asking if I can share the recipe! The only issue I had is that I think the receipe say it would make 48 cookies? No way I made the ball relatively small (maybe one inch) and I probably ended up with somewhwere between 32 and 36 cookies (didn't actually count). I had a couple myself and I love them. Definitely will make again!
Recipe was followed as written. They turned out just like the photo but my family and I rated them just ok. I don t think this is the fault of the recipe I think we just don t enjoy the dry shortbread type cookie. I knew that going in but thought the caramel would save them.
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