Made these for Valentines day and they turned out beautiful. Made a test cookie to determine the thickness when cutting out and opted for a slightly thicker cookie to keep from breaking when applying chocolate. I spread the chocolate over the half cookie so I didn't overload with chocolate on the underside. Substituted pecans in the recipe and sprinkling on top. Do not over bake. Crisp cookie but perfect center if not over baked. I use a "pecan sandy" type cookie as a pie crust crumbled and I think I could use this recipe instead of purchasing the store bought cookies. Just bake in the pie shell and fill with pie of your choice.
These were great. I followed the recipe exactly and they came out perfect. Be gentle when dipping them in chocolate as they break fairly easily. I gave these to co-workers at christmas and everyone loved them. One of my favorite new cookie recipes! Thanks!
I made these for my boyfriend and me (V Day Yay!!) The dough was difficult at the start but I added about a tea spoon of water and it came out perfect. Also I used Walnuts instead of hazelnuts because I like hazelnuts.
These were pretty easy and looked impressive. They were good, though the chocolate stayed pretty sticky.
I made these for Valentine's Day, substituting almonds for the hazlenuts, as that is what I had. They were divine. I made extra dough which I rolled into a 2
Looks like a simple cookie exchange recipe, mine are being rolled with crushed peppermint sticks instead of the hazelnuts. Sounds good..Huh?