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Melt-in-Your-Mouth Shortbread Cookies

Does it get any sweeter than classic shortbread cookies? With a soft, crumbly texture that just melts in your mouth, these cookies can be enjoyed as is or enhanced with a variety of flavours and decorations. VIEW RECIPE

3 month(s) ago.

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Debbie
2 year(s) ago.

Melt in Your Mouth Shortbread Cookies

Could this recipe be used with gluten free all purpose flour and xanthum gum? I think I can, but, want to make sure before I waste the ingredients. I think I should be able to substitute GF all purpose with appropriate amount of xanthum gum for most recipes.


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pilgrim
3 year(s) ago.

Pistachio Shortbread

Your recipe for Pistachio Shortbread says to preheat the oven to 300 degrees F. and at the end of the recipe says to bake at 350 degrees F. for 20 to 25 minutes. Is the latter a mistake? Should it be 300 degrees F. for 20 to 25 minutes?


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RobinHoodBaker
4 year(s) ago.
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Ever wonder why recipes ask you to cream together butter or shortening with sugar?

Most cookie recipes start off by asking you to cream together butter or shortening with sugar. Creaming butter or shortening with sugar adds air to the batter, increasing volume to help better mix in the flour. Take butter or shortening out of the refrigerator about an hour before baking so it will be nice and soft. This will make it easier for the sugar to mix in with the butter or shortening. Don’t forget to watch our Bake Class video technique on how to make Melt-In-Your-Mouth Shortbread cookies here: http://bit.ly/1hgC05O


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Baking Gal
4 year(s) ago.

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