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Cranberry-White Chocolate Shortbread

Cranberry-White Chocolate Shortbread recipe
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I've made this recipe 4 times already and it's been a hit with cherry craisins and blueberry crasins.
posted by
jcutie
on 12/26/2013
time
prep:
15 min
total:
29 min
servings
total:
4 doz. or 48 servings, 1 cookie each
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posted:
12/22/2005
these cookies are great, I made them for a cookie exchange and everyone loved them.
posted:
12/21/2005
I too rolled the dough into small balls for cooking. I was a little short on cranberries so I added 1/2 C. of toasted pecans. They turned out excellent! I will be making these every Christmas from now on.
posted:
12/20/2005
I really liked this recipe. I had to roll the dough into balls and flatten them slightly for baking. I baked them for 15-16 minutes and still couldn't achieve a golden brown color. They taste very good, despite it all. Maybe I made the cookies too large, I will try this recipe again in the future.
posted:
12/19/2005
Excellent! Easy to make, I even made the dough a day in advance, rolled it into logs wrapped in wax paper, and just cut and baked over the next two days for guests! Thanks!!
posted:
12/18/2005
I loved these cookies.... but: I had to roll them into balls instead of dropping tablespoonsful. The drop method gave me pieces of cookie and did not hold together well. When rolled they came out perfectly.
posted:
12/18/2005
Regarding a previous comment: I've been told by several more accomplished bakers than myself that you always use all purpose flour in a recipe, unless self rising flour is specified. I was looking for a recipe to make for my mother in law, who is not a big chocolate fan, so this looks perfect! Thanks to the cook who said she used white chocolate chips and it turned out fine, since I have two bags of them in my pantry to use up! Merry Christmas!
posted:
12/14/2005
The directions should be more specific for the novice baker. For example, should all purpose or self rising flour be used? If all purporse flour is used, how much baking powder and salt should be used? Overall, the cookies were good.
posted:
12/14/2005
These were a big hit! I used white chocolate chips instead and I used Craisins. I will be making these again, soon!
posted:
12/13/2005
I enjoyed these cookies more the next day. Very, very good. My husband who is very hard to please really enjoyed them.
posted:
12/12/2005
the cookie needed to bake for about 15 mts and never really browned. An office of over 50 persons just loved this cookie --maybe had a cup of chopped pecans to add more flavor.
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