Dry and dense Not sure if it's the whole wheat pastry flour or lack of butter but mine were dry dry dry. No one loved them. Ok with tea but more scone like. I wanted a snappy crisp lemony cookie but it was dry and dense. I threw most of them out - even my 7 yr old didn't care for them. Pros: lemony Cons: dry dense
Great dessert These cookies were exactly as I had expected in terms of texture. A lot of reviews said they were dry but mine came out nice! I do wish they were more lemony but next time I'll just add more zest. I used the zest and juice of a medium lemon. It's great a small treat to have after dinner when you just want a tiny sweet lil' something. Pros: Easy quick small bite Cons: Not whole wheat not lemony enough
Addictive I followed the recipe exactly other than adding 1T more lemon juice. This recipe came together so easily with things I always have in the house which is incredibly dangerous! I baked mine in a Whoopie Pie pan for 13 minutes and then cooled them on a wire rack. It made a perfect dozen. Baking them in the Whoopie Pie created a soft flaky chewy cookie reminiscent of a shortbread. This is now going to become my go-to cookie recipe for all occasions. Pros: Easy Cons: Addictive
Yummy!!! this recipe makes a small batch..;) Very tasty. I LOVE lemon so I added the juice of half a lemon from our tree. It's tasty and will be making it again. Pros: Easy Recipe.;) Cons: Needs more Lemon juice....SO I added MORE.;)
LOVED these cookies!!! Added a bit extra lemon juice and zest, used avocado oil instead of canola, only 1/4 of sugar in cookies, and very little sugar stuck to the top. Husband, 7 year old, and I all loved these little treats!! Will definitely make again! Thanks!!!
The cookies were easy to make and clean up was quick. They taste great but it seems like there's a little something missing that I couldn't quite put my finger on it. Maybe they're better with sorbet or something like the recipe suggests.