Aunt Helen's Filled Cookie recipe was created by Dolores Valente, North Arlington, NJ. It is a delicious cookie filled with almonds and Nestlé Toll House Premier White Morsels. This makes a great treat on a dessert table.
Aunt Helen's Filled Cookies
by c. christine
, Johnstown, NY on Apr. 2009
These cookies were so easy to make. I wasn't sure how the almond filling would go over, but it was a big hit. This cookie has become a new family favorite!
Perfect with coffee
by R. Regina
, California on Oct. 2008
These cookies were delicious. I served it at a open house and paired it with coffee- what a hit! I also tried it with the swirled morsels- tasted even better!
very nice cookie
by A. ANNE
, HORSEHEADS, NY on May. 2008
made these for my future son in laws college graduation party. They were a hit!
by E. Evonne
, FRASER, MI on Aug. 2007
I enjoyed making these cookies. And everyone enjoyed eating them. They are easy to make and taste great.
by C. Carolee
, CHATHAM, VA on Jun. 2007
Made these cookies yesterday. Changed the nuts to walnuts, but kept everything else the same. We made a pot of expresso coffee and enjoyed the flavors of the cookies along with our coffee. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. Thanks to Aunt Helen especially!
by c. cecyl
, WASHINGTON, DC on Mar. 2007
I have made MANY a cookie in my day, but these are SO scrumptious, buttery and flaky. One of the Very Best recipes I've made. When I ran out of Almond filling, I used Poppy Seed and added lemon zest. When I ran out of that, I used jams and preserves. Can't beat this "cookie" - Very Versitile. Keep the recipes coming. Many thanks.
by e. elaine
, little falls, NJ on Mar. 2007
Aunt Helen, you are a great lady! These cookies are soooo good! It is VERY hard to have just one or two (or three or four). Light and delicious. Everyone will love this fantastic treat!
Aunt Helen's filed cookies
by J. Jodi
, ALMA, MI on Mar. 2007
I love to bake different kinds of cookies. When I saw this recipe, I thought it may be hard to do a filed cookie. I tried it anyway and it was so easy. Not to mention they were excellent. I usually like to bake with the kids, but I don't think this one is a good one to try with your kids until you have made them a couple times.
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by k. kathleen
, CORPUS CHRISTI, TX on Mar. 2007
THESE ARE AWESOME. I ALTERED THIS RECIPE BY ADDING APPLE PIE FILLING/CHERRY -YOU'RE CHOICE ( JUICES RESERVED & STRAINED) & CREAM CHEESE. THEY ARE BOTH OOOHH SOOO GOOD. SPRINKLED W/ POWDER SUGAR & THE JUICES WERE USED TO DRIZZLE ATOP BEFORE SERVING
by M. Mary
, CAPE CORAL, FL on Oct. 2006
This is a great cookie recipe. My husband liked the almond filling as most cookies call for walnuts or pecans. One of the things I like about this cookie is that you can get creative with your fillings. I did one with dates, walnuts and white morsels and also one with apricots, walnuts and white morsels. Delicious!
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