Tasted great but turned out too thin and crispy. I did weigh the flour (soft white wheat that I ground myself). My dough came out super wet and sticky. There was no way to roll them into balls as instructed, so I ended up adding more flour to compensate. It did not help with the stickiness. What did I do wrong to make such wet dough?
Nom, Nom, Nom! Upscale Pecan Sandies and VERY addictive.
OMG! Fabulous! Yum, my, yum,yum. I had to give the rest away because they are so good. Thanks Candice for sharing with us! ;)
Just tried this recipe and it is awesome. Like potato chips, no one can eat just one. I had a few white chocolate chips left from another recipe, so melted them with a little shortening, and drizzled those over the cookies. Yum. My husband thought it was a maple flavoring.
Just delicious. I would definitely make them again. They're incredibly easy to put together, and the flattening technique isn't nearly as labor-intensive as it sounds, it just takes a few minutes. I had to bake them a little longer than the recipe said to get them to start browning, about 14 minutes at 350 and then another three at 350 with the convection on. Other than that, I didn't change a thing, and I wouldn't change a thing if I made them again.
I love shortbread so they were a hit with me however even "non" shortbread lovers gave it 5 stars. I dipped 1/2 of them in chocolate and that really "dressed" them up. The flavors were more developed after a couple days and while they're good fresh out of the oven, I'd give them a day or two to sit. I know they say in the recipe that when shaping you need to butter and dip the glass in sugar every single cookie and they were right! You do otherwise the glass sticks to the dough.
Absolutly AMAZING!!and EASY!! I iced some with chocolate and they were fabulous. Great tip by poster of the recipe to NOT REFRIDGERATE OR FREEZE DOUGH. I would have done that if it wasn't instructed not to because the chip bits would get soggy. The texture is nice. I used regular Lay's chips. A KEEPER!!
Potato-chip cookies are so addictive! I've started making these for Christmas gifts but somehow half of them disappear before making it to a gift bag. I like to dip some of the cookies in milk chocolate, which makes for an unbelievable treat.
Every year at Christmas we "do" cookies and in recent years all cookies have to be new to us. We had seven cookies this year I like this cookie best. It is a rather plain looking cookie but it's marvelous flavor and texture make it a sure favorite. Well worth your cookie tray.