Yield: Yields about 28 cookies.
These cookies, made with brown sugar, have a slightly softer texture than those made with granulated sugar. I like using currants for their flavor and also for their small size—they don’t need chopping. But you can use chopped raisins or chopped dried cranberries instead.
Make Ahead Tips
The cookies will stay crisp and flavorful for a few days wrapped in waxed paper.
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