Vanilla Chip Maple Cookies
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 10 min.
Makesabout 7 dozen
This is a wonderful way to enjoy the taste of maple. I have made these at Christmas for the past few years and will continue to do so. I give a lot of baked goods as gifts and everyone just loves these. I dropped the white chips and either add a cup of chopped pecans to the batter or when I frost them I dip them in chopped pecans. Everyone does the usual Christmas cookies such as sugar, spritz, almond and chocolate chip. And that's fine, I do too. But something a bit different is a nice addition to a gift basket of goodies. Easy to follow recipe, fantastic taste and presentation makes for a real winner.
We thought these were very good. I wondered about adding some salt but found they didn't need it. I didn't frost them since they were very sweet without it and we're dieting, we have to cut some calories if at all possible. ; ) Next time I might leave out the Vanilla Chips and just add chopped walnuts. I certainly will make them again.
A fall favorite in our house, and seriously my all time favorite cookie ever!! This cookie is ridiculously amazing!
After reading all the rave reviews, I hesitate to write this one, but everyone has different opinions. I thought these cookies were way too sweet.I didn't want to buy maple extract as I had pure maple syrup in the fridge which I used. That may have been part of the problem. But the frosting was soooo sweet too. If I make them again, I might the frosting.
My husband's favorite!
These cookies are one of my family's favorites and the recipe is among my most requested! (There are usually several cookies "missing" before I even have a chance to frost them!) :) Great recipe!
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These were a huge hit at a July 4th party, they all disappeared. My husband loves them. Am making them again for my book club, but my grocer had no vanilla chips, so I am trying them with butterscotch chips. What could be bad!
I love maple. I really love these cookies.
Delicious once I added 1/2 t. salt