Yield: Yields 3-3/4 cups (about 2 lb.) dough, enough for six dozen cookies.
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This dough makes several really delicious batches of cookies. Our favorites are the almond sables(also the easiest) and the hazelnut crescents. I make the almond crescents often and everyone always loves them.
Love these cookies.
All three versions were great! And the best part -- being able to prepare and freeze dough ahead of time. Made cookie-baking-day go very smoothly.
Excellent recipe. Really easy dough to work with, nice and soft. Chilled as provided and I had great results. These are show stoppers and make great holiday gifts! I did use only vanilla extract as I did not have almond extract, but the ground almonds gave it a nice subtle flavor. It's a butter cookie--how bad can it be? Try these, you will LOVE them.
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