Total TimePrep: 5 min. Bake: 10 min./batch + cooling
I did not care for these much. They turned out okay, but I did not like the flavor. If I decide to try them again, I would use less almond flavoring (or maybe lemon flavoring) and a little more coconut. I followed the directions exactly, baked them on parchment paper and they came out fine, just didn't like the taste.
Followed the directions exactly. The cookies were tasteless.
almond gave it a weird whang...husband didn't like it very much
Made these exactly to recipe. Came off parchment paper easily. Very quick and SO delicious, especially with a cup of coffee!
Easy and delicious, did spread a little, but otherwise, great cookies to make and share.
I used parchment paper. The cookies did spread quite a bit, but I enjoyed the flavor a lot.
Love this recipe - and the cookies are always gobbled up where ever I take them!
Making these today, they flattened out. Also I baked them on wax paper, big mess, I had to peel them off and the paper stuck to the cookies. I think it meant to use parchment paper. Otherwise I added chocolate chips and almonds and finished off the other half of the batter and put. Them on a plane cookie sheet and they turned out better. However still hard to remove from the pan. Still delicious..I wonder what I did wrong that they flattened out so much?
Made these this afternoon.. Excellent..
I have made these 5 times so far. They have been a big hit!! I did decrease the almond extract to 3/4 tsp. I add an extra 1/2 cup of coconut. Sometimes I add chocolate chips, sometimes I add toasted almonds. So far, the chocolate chip ones have been the favorite. Love this super easy recipe!!