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Thank you for your feedback. We retested this recipe and reduced the amount of nutmeg. Please use the amount listed in this updated recipe, rather than the amount of nutmeg shown in the video. We hope you enjoy our updated version of these delicious cookies.
For best results, do not substitute margarine for the butter in cookie recipes as it will cause the dough to spread excessively on the baking sheet as the cookies bake.
Tint frosting with food coloring before spreading onto cooled cookies. For added color, immediately sprinkle with colored sugar; let stand until frosting is firm.
* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.
I noticed the video display shows to use 2 tsp of nutmeg (seems like a lot) but the listed recipe shows 1/2 tsp of nutmeg. After reading the poor reviews, that might be the issue. Have not tried the recipe myself.
The dough was very stiff and difficult to work with. After taking the first batch out of the oven I disposed of the remaining dough because the cookies just weren't good enough for all the effort it took to make them. I should have read the reviews before I decided to make them.
WE used to call these sour cream softies, but with much less nutmeg.Probably will not try them after reading the commets.