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A fun departure from classic rounds, these wafers may look thin and delicate, but they pack an irresistible crunch. Nibble them with tea, or savor them alone any time of day.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, April 2008



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How would you rate this recipe?
  • Mybobba
    6 JAN, 2011
    No vanilla or almond extract????
  • MrFerret
    18 NOV, 2009
    I lowered the cook time to 7 mins as I found 10 mins they were burning to a crisp. I was wondering how many calories per cookie ?
  • smd1227
    17 NOV, 2009
    These are delightfully crunchy and make the BEST dunking cookies. We love them in hot tea, coffee or milk.
  • Roerigwho
    8 MAR, 2009
    These cookies are so addicting! I don't have small loaf pans so I froze the dough overnight, rolled it out, cut out circles with a 2 inch cookie cutter, and gently pressed a couple of almonds decoratively on top. They are just as beautiful, just as tasty, and require no change in baking time!

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