Lace Cookies

 

Posted by Amy

These Lace Cookies were a childhood favorite of mine and a Mama Kay specialty.  They are incredibly delicious and delicate, but make sure that you use parchment paper are they will be a disaster.  This recipe makes a ton since you use such little batter per cookie.  FYI, the batter like melts like a liquid first in the oven then the “stuffs” spread out too.

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Lace Cookies

2 sticks of butter

1 c. sugar

1 c. brown sugar

1 t. vanilla

2 eggs

2 c. rolled oats (finely chopped)

1 t. baking powder

1 c. finely chopped pecans

 

 

Mix ingredients in order.  Picture of batter below.

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Drop a TINY bit onto cookie sheet lined with parchment paper — they really spread out as they bake.  Bake 6-10 minutes at 375*.  Remove sheet of parchment from baking sheet and cool.  Then remove cookies.  I like mine the most when they entire thing is darker brown — a few minutes before they’d burn.  They’re really crisp then, but also yummy chewier. 

Enjoy!!

 

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Lace Cookies

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