Grammy's Ice Box Cookies Recipe
Walnuts and cinnamon flavor this refrigerator cookie ready to bake when you are.
Not what I was looking for in an ice box cookie. I wanted more of a butter cookie and didn't care much for the cinnamon.
I received this recipe from my grandmother. She always had cookies on hand to serve her guests. These are one of my favorite cookies! The cinnamon can be over-powering to someone who doesn't care for a lot of spice. The nice thing with these cookies is that cinnamon can be substituted for something else or eliminated all together. If cinnamon is too strong, I suggest a spice combo such as allspice, nutmeg, ginger and cinnamon. I would use ginger the least (no more than 1/4 to 1/2teaspoon) until you know how it will taste in this recipe. Sometimes, my grandmother omitted cinnamon and the nuts and used an extract...lemon for example. If you use an extract, use carefully, as you are adding extra liquid to the batter.
My late-great mom made these cookies for decades for Christmas and sent them all over the country to family. I made this recipe recently and it was delicious. A+
We got this recipe from a special neighbor who was like a grandmother to me. Chill them and slice them very thin before baking.
A great refrigerator cookie with a tropical twist. This dough freezes well and only takes a few minutes to thaw and then bake.
These coconut-flavored refrigerator cookies are light, crisp, and delicious.
An easy icebox cookie recipe of my mothers. This recipe is credited to a Mrs. E.S. Cryan of Oakland, CA.