Yield: Yields about 6 dozen cookies.
For best results, store these cookies without the glaze. (After a day, the glaze will begin to absorb the raspberry color.)
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Terrific cookies. They are addictive. I used orange extract in place of almond in the glaze.
If you had asked me half way through making this recipe, I would have given it a lower score. When all was said and done, they are amazing. The dough was a little hard to handle and required time in the frig as indicated in the recipe, so I just left them in over night and finished them up in the am. Regardless, I recommend all the shaping be done by hand and directly on the parchment paper lined cookie sheet. I had issues with the dough breaking while transferring it to the cookie sheet. Knowing all this it will be much easier to do the second time.
These cookies are fabulous. We made them last year and they quickly became the family favorite. Awsome!
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