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Citrus-White Chocolate Macaroons

Citrus-White Chocolate Macaroons recipe
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Cookie exchange coming up? We’ve got you covered. Not only are these cookies pretty, the combination of citrus and white chocolate flavors tastes amazing.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
about 3 doz. or 18 servings, 2 cookies each
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posted:
1/15/2005
Excellente flavor and very easy to make.
posted:
12/31/2004
Every year we have a large Open House & I try one new receipe. This was such a hit I passed out 14 copies of the receipe & still have people asking for my receipe. My famile absolutely loves this scrumptious cookie & it is easy to mix up.
posted:
12/29/2004
I drizzled much more chocolate on top of each cookie.They turn out very good. Very good Christmas cookie. The touch of lemon set the whole flavor off.
posted:
12/20/2004
A very easy and delicous recipe. It was also a very sturdy cookie.
posted:
12/19/2004
So easy and very good
posted:
12/17/2004
These add a little extra to normal macaroons. Great for people who are cutting back on butter because of cholesterol. Very attractive as well.
posted:
12/15/2004
Quick and easy cookie recipe!! Cookies taste delicious--really can taste the almond and lemon flavor!! Great for a holiday cookie exchange!
posted:
12/15/2004
This was very quick to prepare. I think they're even easier than regular macaroons where you have to beat the egg whites separately. I made them smaller and got more cookies out of it too. I can't wait to share them with my family!
posted:
12/1/2004
made these for my mother and she was over the moon! will def. make again. but, i'm confused by some reviewers comments. while i am thrilled and delighted to hear that some are treading the high road to health and sugar free/fat free/sodium free/cholesterol free nirvana, it begs the question-why bother to comment on and deduct rating points from recipes that you have never and will never make as they were intended. it all seems to be a bit pointless and a waste of everyone's time.
posted:
12/1/2004
This looks great! I am going to make this for my family. Sweets are to enjoy, not to become health food! It is called moderation and exercise.
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