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WARNING! Don't start snacking on these if you don't want to wind up eating the whole blooming batch! :-))))) I made these today to take to work tommorrow and wound up having to make again because we started snacking on them! You gotta try em. They're Great! :-)))))
these tea tassies are great. I made them and they turned out great and taste great. There great to make during the holidays because you have so many things to do that when you sit down to relax you'll something tasty to munch on.
I didn't have the correct pan for these but a 12 muffin tin worked great. I just rolled the dough into 12 equal balls and pressed them into the bottom and then spread the filling over the top. I've made these once with pecans and once with walnuts. After the two times baking this I've come to the realization that the crust is bland. But the filling is so good you can't tell. Next time I try this I'll use store bought pie crust. I think it's easier and will probably taste alot better. That being said they were great! With pecans it really tastes like pecan pie and you really can't tell the difference between the walnuts and pecans.
great recipe, delicious, had alot of filling left over, so next time I will double the cookie dough recipe. I have searched forever for this recipe, tastes just like the kind grandma used to make... thanks
This is the second year that I've made this delicious recipe for Christmas as a treat for my Mom. They bake up beautifully and pop right out of the pan. Although the recipe needs adjusted to either double the dough or half the filling. Thanks!