These cookies are nothing short of fabulous! I'm not really a fan of crunchy cookies but the flavor in these is amazing. These are my staple for cookies now. They are perfect for someone watching fat and cholestral. Absolutely delicious!!
Crunchy Sesame Cookies
Amerylla Posted: 01/02/09
Goldberg Posted: 09/06/09
We made this recipe to use up leftover tahini. It was pretty good. I don't like peanut butter cookies so these were a nice alternative. I think they'll taste good with jasmine tea.
Hollypop Posted: 09/20/10
These cookies were delicious. Tasted very similar to peanut butter cookies. I liked the crunchiness and would definitely make again.
MeMyselfAndPie Posted: 06/01/10
These were great. Very similar taste to peanut butter cookies. I took mine out a couple minutes early and they cane out chewy on the inside, crunchy on the outside. Perfect. Great with a glass of vanilla soy milk! Step-by-step photos on my blog: http://me-myself-and-pie.blogspot.com/2010/06/crunchy-chewy-sesame-cookies.html
EllenDeller Posted: 12/14/11
Perfect cookies--crunchy, chewy, soft, lots of flavor. I took them out of the oven at 9 minutes and was glad I did. Might add a TB of sesame seeds to the batter next time or a handful of sliced almonds, but they are also PERFECT as is. Made 1/2 the recipe by cutting everything exactly by half (using egg substitute since it's hard to halve an egg) with no problems at all. Good for dessert with a Chinese entree as the sesame goes nicely with soy sauce & similar seasonings.
SunaCo Posted: 12/16/11
These are the easiest and consistently tastiest cookies I have ever made. With no butter or chilling time required, well they are a breeze! To get a slightly softer cookie, I leave some some of the flour mixture out and bake the full 10 min. Oh, and the dough is dangerously good. mmmm
HazelEyedNurse Posted: 10/21/13
Followed recipe but way too strong sesame flavor. Disappointed. Will not make this again.