5 Reviews

The cookies came out really, really great. I did play around with the recipe by adding vanilla and balancing it out with more sugar and ground almonds. My cookies did not really "roll" out but I dropped them by spoon and they spread out and flattened completely. This recipe makes LOTS of cookies.

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Galgal April 13, 2014

These cookies are AWESOME. These were such a hit, everyone was asking why I don't bake them during the year! They're my new fave. Recipe could be tweaked to suit your taste (add chopped almonds or cocoa powder for double chocolate cookies, etc.).

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lgk May 08, 2012

Love love love. I made 3 kinds of cookies for our seder this year, and these were by far the best AND the easiest! I flattened them with wet fingers and baked for 14 minutes to golden perfection (one tray at a time, re-heating the oven between batches). Thank you!

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Lighty April 09, 2012

Great cookie for Passover. I made half the recipe and got 35 cookies. They baked in 11 minutes. Watch them closely as they easily burn on the bottom. Will certainly make again, and not only for Passover. Thanks for posting.

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Chef Dudo April 11, 2009

Lifesaver :) Great quick recipe, thanks! As I can't have sugar, I substituted 1 cup honey, and they turned out fabulous. I had to hide them from my DH who loves marzipane and finds they taste a lot like it.

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Mia in Germany October 31, 2008
Passover Almond Chocolate Chip Cookies