These delicious Buttery Pecan Cookies, a copycat version of Pecan Sandie Cookies, are easy to make; just mix ingredients, roll into a log shape, cillll, then slice and bake. The toasted pecans in the dough make for a rich, flavorful cookie. For a time saver, the rolls of dough, once wrapped in plastic wrap, can also be put in zip top bags and put in the freezer, then taken out and allowed to unthaw in the refrigerator overnight, then slice and bake. They’re even better than a Pecan Sandie Cookie because they are fresh and no preservatives and other “who knows what” ingredients. You may want to make a double batch because they’ll be gone in no time!
These are a great every day cookie, a tea party cookie, a holiday cookie, or a cookie exchange or cookie swap.
Don’t be scared off by the prep time, 1 hour is for the dough to chill.
This recipe, and 499 more recipes, can be found in our cookbook “Rocky Mountain Lodge & Cabins’ MORE Favorites Recipes” which can be purchased at our Gift Shop.
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