Yield: Yields about 20 cookies.
To give them their curved form, the tuiles are draped over a rolling pin when they’re hot from the oven. So measure your rolling pin and figure out how many 4-inch cookies you’ll be able to drape over it at once. That’s how big your batch of cookies should be. But you don’t have to shape them if you don’t want to—they’re just as delicious flat.
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It’s worth seeking out the granulated maple sugar, as it elevates these cookies into something truly special.
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