Swedish Heirloom Cookies with Walnuts
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Have you ever tasted Swedish Heirloom Cookies with Walnuts? If not, you are truly missing out! These unique cookies follow a pretty basic recipe, and are not too sweet, and not too crunchy. Upon first bite they actually melt in your mouth, and are perfect for that hot cup of coffee or tea. I have loved Swedish Heirloom Cookies ever since I first tasted them at a friend’s Christmas party so I knew I had to share the recipe with potentially inquiring minds.
We recently headed to our local market to pick up some more baking supplies which included eggs, flour, butter, and nuts. My Thanksgiving baking spree had my cabinet empty and needing some serious replenishing.
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So back to these delicious cookies! The thing that attracts me to Swedish Heirloom Cookies Heirloom cookies so much is the fact that they are again not too sweet, but they also have a nutty flavor, and perfect texture. Due to the fact that they rise and spread very little, you can shape them as traditional crescents, or make little balls. I made a mixture of both and baked up 36 full-sized cookies.
Swedish Heirloom Cookies with Walnuts Recipe:
These cookies are so darn delicious and keep well for up to a week in an air-tight container. They most likely will not last that long once you taste the goodness each cookie encompasses!
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Nellie’s Cage Free Eggs also sent me some cute animal cookie cutters! See how I turned these into ornaments later this week!
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