Thank you. They looked very good. I just had my heart set on the pastel colors of those cookies as they looked so perfect for a celebration of spring. Maybe I can just make some easy press cookies with some food coloring and use raspberry or peanut butter filling to hold them together for extra moisture and flavor. I went to the link. I loved the way the pictures showed each step of the recipe for the tea cakes. I appreciate your taking the time to get back in the forum!
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I'm sorry. I didn't see the sandwich cookies you mentioned. But I wanted to share a link to my favorite English Tea Cookie. Not too sweet. EASY. Few ingredients. Smell great. Taste even better. Freeze well. Pack up in tins well for gift giving. I use my mini muffin pan that does 24 cookies at a time. The walls are straight and are the perfect size to add a pecan or walnut.
Today's Spark People extras had a go-to web for treats to go with Tea. It showed tempting pastel sandwich cookies stacked on a plate. When I clicked on it, there were hundreds of recipes for tea, but I didn't find a recipe for the cookies in the picture. I didn't go thru all 17 pages of recipes - only 4. Maybe I wasn't patient enough. Does anyone have a recipe for those sandwich cookies? Our Women's Social Club has a tea party in the spring for which we take in cookies. I'd love to have this particular recipe as it was so stunning. I'll go check SP cookie recipes.
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