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Cranberry-Orange-Nut Cookies

November/December 2007

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (57 votes)

Crisp, moist and chewy, this cookie created by Georgene Egri of Walnut Creek, California, has the essential ingredients for the holidays: citrus, nuts and cranberries. These cookies travel well for gift-giving and lunchboxes.



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"I'd give these cookies 5 stars for flavor, but only 4 overall because the batter was such a loose mess to work with. I tripled the recipe, with frequent breaks to put the batter back in the fridge to firm up. If I make again, I'll follow...
Cranberry-Orange-Nut Cookies

10 Reviews for Cranberry-Orange-Nut Cookies

07/13/2011
Good

This cookies are very yummy, however not what I expected. I made a few changes to this recipe such as using 1/2 cup of sugar as suggested by a review and I used whole wheat flour by King Arthur instead of pastry flour (as I have yet to find pastry flour). While these cookies were tasty, they came out tasting more like a bread than a cookie. This could be due to my changes though i'm not sure. Also the dough was sticky and hard to deal with. Will be making this again though.

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12/02/2010

I'd give these cookies 5 stars for flavor, but only 4 overall because the batter was such a loose mess to work with. I tripled the recipe, with frequent breaks to put the batter back in the fridge to firm up. If I make again, I'll follow Val's suggestion to use less oil. But my, oh my, are these yummy!

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10/04/2010
Anonymous

Made these last night. I used 1/2 cup sugar and it was plenty sweet. Good cookies!

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08/12/2010

Yummy cookies! Just made some right now. i made some subsitutions but it came out lovely anyway.. Instead of applesauce, I blended up some pineapple. I used a little less sugar and less oil. Instead of walnuts, I chopped up some almonds. I will definitely be making this again! :)

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06/30/2010
Anonymous

Great recipe. Some of the best cookies i have ever made. Big hit everytime I make them.

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