Yield: Yields about 40 cookies
These crisp little treats are like peanut butter cookies, only better. They’re perfect with a cup of tea, coffee, or milk.
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These were fantastic! We are chocolate people at our house, and a cookie isn't much if it is lacking chocolate....until now. Try 'em, you'll love 'em. Oh, and fyi I forgot to do the criss cross with a fork on one, and it spread just as well as the others. Bonus time saver. I might add a few more almons to the top next time. YUM!
These buttery cookies have a lovely, crunchy texture. Not a fan of soft cookies, I was pleasantly surprised they were so nice and crisp, despite the baking powder. I used Marcona almonds from Costco, which are salted, so -- because the recipe didn't specify salted or unsalted almonds -- I cut back the salt to a half-teaspoon. They were plenty salty, and they probably would have been okay with the full 3/4 teaspoonful.
These cookies are outrageous!
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