Yield: Yields 24 to 28 cookies.
You can turn these into double almond crescents by replacing the hazelnuts with the same quantity of whole almonds, toasted and chopped. These cookies taste even better after a day of storage.
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I made these cookies for Christmas for my family. Very delicious cookies! They melt in your mouth. I changed the recipe a bit - in order not to use so much butter I used half butter and half canola oil and the cookies turned out wonderful. My family loved these cookies so much I made them again on New Years Eve.
At Christmas, my mother used to make a cookie like this and I have been looking for a recipe ever since. This is the first one I have found that's comparable. The cookies are delicious, especially if made with Plugra butter.
Excellent cookies--very very good. I probably made them a little large, but they baked well and were a big hit.
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