Lemon Nut White Chip Cookies feature an amazing flavor combination of white morsels and nuts with a hint of lemon. These easy-to-make cookies will become a family favorite.
Lemon Nut White Chip Cookies
by C. Carol
, Flemington, MO on Jan. 2010
I baked these for Christmas using the Nestle's white chocolate swirl morsels. The red and green added a festive touch to these yummy treats. Subtle lemon taste added just the right contrast to the white chips.
by B. Beth
, Tucson, AZ on Jan. 2009
I baked these cookies for a church retreat and also gave them as gifts this past Christmas. Easy to make and absolutely delicious! You can't eat just one!
by J. Jaime
, Allen Park, MI on Jan. 2009
I made these cookies for my brother during Christmas. They were pretty good, but I was a little disappointed with them. I thought that they should have tasted a little more "lemony". Next time I'm going to add more lemon juice.
by J. Janice
, WYOMING, MI on Nov. 2008
I made these cookies for my band practice last week and my band members said that these were the best cookies that I had made yet. The lemon and the white chocolate were a great combination
by C. Cynthia
, Augusta, ME on Nov. 2008
These cookies were easy to make and had a good flavor to them.
A Big Hit
by M. Marianne
, PALM HARBOR, FL on Dec. 2007
I made these for a party without the nuts and they were a big hit. I can't wait to try them with the cashews.
by J. JOVITA
, CHICAGO, IL on May. 2007
I made this into a giant cookie. I used a 12 inch pizza pan. Baked it at 350 for 20 to 25 min. IT was a huge hit at my niece Birthday party. I used butter cream icing to decorated.
Wonderfully Light and Crispy
by C. Cindy
, MITCHELL, SD on Mar. 2007
I baked these cookies for Christmas and they were a huge hit with my family. The lemon was just a light taste and not overwhelming. I will make these again.
by D. Denise
, Peabody, MA on Feb. 2007
If you love lemon, these are the cookies for you. Easy to prepare and everyone who had one, came back for more.
a definite hit
by L. Loretta
, STATEN ISLAND, NY on Jan. 2007
A gift of love from your own kitchen.
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