Tea Cakes

  • EmmaP129 Posted: 08/08/09
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    These cookies were great! Very easy to make and quick to bake. The dough was a little hard to work with so make sure its nice and cold! Tastes like a chocolate chip cookie sans chocolate chips. Will def. make these again!

  • Chandra23 Posted: 12/24/11
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    My family loves these cookies. I make them all year long. I don't roll them I just drop them on the cookie sheet and bake, plain and simple. They come out great every time! For the holidays I might add a hint of nutmeg for the season.

  • QueenDiva Posted: 01/30/13
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    These cookies were a complete mess. No wonder you dropped them on the cookie sheet. I let them chill in the frig for an hour as noted, when I tried to roll them they were sticky, they stuck to the rolling pin and cutting board even though I dusted them with flour. After 2 days in the freezer, I thought they would be fine. The same thing, sticky, sticky, I dusted the flower board again then turned the dough over, by this time after the cookies baked, they were hard. I agree with SusanW1. I like a softer tea cake. The flavor left to be desired, sort of bland. Will find another receipe, won't make these again.

  • SusanW1 Posted: 12/17/12
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    Really good flavor! Better if recipe is followed for thickness of cookies so they will be chewy.


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