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Click here, to learn more about me. Join my newsletter list to get notified about new recipes! All of them are healthy, delicious and low carb! You can unsubscribe at any time via the link in my E-Mails. Your credentials, their logging, the E-Mail transmission as well as the statistic analysis of your reading behavior are being processed by the American E-Mail Marketing service provider "Mailchimp". Hi, this recipe is looks good! But I thought that almond flour is defatted and almond meal are just mixed almonds..
They never hold their shape. Any suggestions? By the way, I keep making them because they are sooo darn good! One of the most common issues for spreading cookies is the oven temperature — usually, the oven is not hot enough and the butter in the cookies melts before the cookies have a chance to harden up.
Especially older ovens tend to be colder than the set temperature. I really hope that this might help! They are actually even better with wallnuts or pekans.
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Just tried these Moon Cookies. They are just like the picture and so tender and delicious. This recipe is a keeper. Hey, Sorry about that! You just split the pod in half and scrape out the vanilla seeds with the backside of a knife. The seeds will be added to the dough just like the other ingredients. I will add that part to the recipe, thank you! I let them go for another 5 minutes and still mushy.
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Should I just let them cool down? I just want to know for the next time I make these in case I run into this problem again. The batter tasted so delicious as is! Thank you for pointing this out.
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Hey Vanessa! They will definitely keep for at least a week but probably even longer. Your email address will not be published. By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website. You need both for this recipe. Directions 1 Add the erythritol to the softened butter and beat in a bowl with a hand mixer until pale and fluffy. Ingredients Directions. Pin this Recipe to save it for later! Subscribe For New Keto Recipes! More like this:. Using the cookie cutter of your choice , turn this basic dough into stars, Christmas trees, and more.
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Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Yields: 96 servings. Total Time: 1 hour 0 mins. Assorted colored granulated sugars for decorating. In large bowl, with mixer at low speed, beat butter and sugar until blended. Haven't added the icing sugar as they are sweet enough. Might drizzle a bit of dark choc on them as a finishing touch. Great recipe. Never make biscuits so this was uncharted waters for me but they worked out very well and I made two batches for a children's Xmas party and the feedback was very good! I would recommend using small cutters though as they big ones aren't as easy to work with and break easier.
I bought a small star one and got loads from one batch and I also think as they are quite sweet a small one is enough, you can always have two anyway! I tried this recipe to day as a trial run for Christmas, and they were a disaster! I followed the recipe exactly, the mix was very floury but I persevered and got a dough in the end. After 12 minutes in the oven they still looked pale and soft so I kept them in for closer to 20, then I started to gently transfer them to a wire rack and they just crumbled!
I put them back in the oven but it was no use, I ended up with a pile of cookie crumbs. A couple that were salvageable just disintegrated in your mouth.
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I threw the second batch away without cooking them. Such a waste of time and expense :. Great recipe which worked a treat. They taste lovely and buttery and sweet.. Half the mixture made over 30 hearts, stars and flower shapes for grand-daughter's birthday. I'll freeze the rest of the dough for later. Christmas maybe? How long do these keep in an airtight container if made as gifts? Has anyone tried freezing these already iced? It says 'freezable' on the recipe.
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