• Milano's Cookies

    Milano's Cookies

    Shortbread:
    1 C salted butter, softened
    3/4 C light brown sugar, packed
    2 tsp pure vanilla extract
    2C all-purpose flour
    Filling/Dip
    1 TBS. salted butter
    1 C semi-sweet choc. chips


    Preheat oven to 325 F


    Cookies:
    Cream first 2 ingredients, slowly add vanilla & flour. Beat till smooth.
    Shape dough into 1" balls, press or roll into an oval (2" long)
    Place on parchment paper, 2" apart. Bake 17-19 min, or until cookies are golden brown. Cool.


    Filling or Dip:
    Melt chocolate & butter together (double boiler works best). Dip the cookies in chocolate. For an added treat add ground pecans or walnuts to the chocolate prior to dipping

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      Eshuman -
      These sound so good! I can't wait to try them!


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