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  1. #1
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    Post Norwegian lace cookies

    I could not believe that any recipe could call for 1 tablespoon of flour and come out right. Boy, was I wrong! The recipe is perfect as is. Bake them for 10 minutes and let them cool on the cookie sheet. You still have to pry them off, but it's worth it

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    Lace cookies are such precise things...I'm always trying to reduce the caloric damage of everything, but my mother has always told me not to even try touching lace cookies -- if you reduce the amount of butter or try to use a substitute, they just won't spread properly. They really are delicious, though, if you do them right!

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    Hi,

    I think your comments about Norwegian Lace Cookies are interesting. And this sounds like something I would like to try.

    Could you please tell me where I can find the recipe for these? or could one of you post the recipe?

    Thanks,

    Ed

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    Ed,

    I have been enjoying the following cookie recipe for the last 9 years. They are very delicate to make and "patience is a virtue". They sound like they could be similar to the Norwegian Lace cookies. If you decide to try these I hope you enjoy!

    Ann

    Lacy Oatmeal Florentines

    1/2 c sugar
    dash of salt
    1/2 cup softened butter
    1/2 t vanilla
    1 1/2 c quick cooking rolled oats
    1/4 c semi sweet chocolate chips
    2 t butter

    Heat over to 375, grease cookie sheets. In a small bowl, beat sugar, slt, 1/2 c butter, and vanilla until light and fluffy. Stir in oats, mix well. (dough will be crumbly) Drop by teaspoonfuls 2 inches apart onto prepared cookie sheets. Flatten slightly. Bake 375 for 4 -6 minutes or until edges are golden brown. Cool 2 minutes, remove from cookie sheets. Cool completely.

    In small saucepan melt chocolate chips and 2 Tablespoons of butter, stirring constantly until well blended. Drizzle a small amount over each cookie. Refrigerate to set chocolate. Makes about 3 dozen.


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    Hi Ann,

    Thanks for posting the recipe for "Lacy Oatmeal Florentines" I have imported it to my Mastercook Program and printed it out and with luck I will get a batch made before Thanksgiving.

    Ed

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