And oh boy were they good! I got the recipe off of You Tube, from Hectanooga1. Here is a link to her video for these WW 2 point cookies. Her channel is wonderful, with MANY cooking videos and MANY crochet tutorials.
One of my followers requested the recipe so here it is:
The above recipe is a JPEG file, so if you want to print it out, hover over it, right click, and then "save as" to whatever folder you want it in.. and then go to the folder and print it. You could also try just right clicking on the recipe photo and depending on the program you are using, print it right from there.
Here are a few pictures to describe the process. Below is about the size you want (about 1 tsp) and use an ungreased cookie sheet. My cookie sheet is very well
|Your dough should be soft and a little bit sticky, but not too much.|
|Smash them down with a wet fork as they don't spread much.|
|Make your glaze.|
|The glaze should be runny (and oh so yummy!)|
|Fresh out of the oven... you can sneak a few without the glaze - just to sample them!|
|And voila! with glaze and nuts sprinkled on top. I used walnuts but pecans would also be delicious.|
If you need the recipe in a larger size and/or can't print or save it, let me know and I'll be glad to email it to you.
Hope you try these and enjoy them as much as we did! I'll definitely be making more.