Swedish Cookies

Swedish Cookies

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Kathy kope


These came from my Polish Grandmother so I am not sure why they are called Swedish Cookies.


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45 Min
30 Min


How to Make Swedish Cookies


  1. Mix butter, sugar, vanilla and flour together,use hands. Add nuts. roll into finger size. bake at 300 for 30 minutes.Roll while warm in powdered sugar, then roll again when cool.
    This dough is a little stiff and dry.

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