My 2 princess and I just made these. The taste isn't the best. Hoping as they set they will taste better. Not sure what one could do to make it taste better.
Princess Tea Cakes
From EatingWell: November/December 2007
Working on this makeover of a classic Russian Tea Cake made Bridget Klein feel closer to her late sister, Gina, because they are “a great match for her personality: delicate and refined, pretty to look at, and yet a definite character that inspires adoration and loyalty.” Gina's middle name, Sarah, means “princess,” in Hebrew; hence the name of these confections. Klein's mom “swore these cookies couldn't be made without butter,” she says, “until she tasted them.” Klein continues: “Gina was a traditionalist, too, but I think I might have been able to fool her with these.”
7 Reviews for Princess Tea Cakes
I never thought that you could make a cookie that tasted like a Russian tea cake, snowball, whatever you call them that didn't require scads of butter. This recipe is surprisingly authentic-tasting with the substitution of white whole wheat flour and oil. Try them; you won't be disappointed!