Cocktail Crisps

 

Cocktail Crisps
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Ingredients
  1. 1 cup butter 250ml
  2. 8 oz. pkg. Imperial cheese (sharp cold pack cheddar cheese) 250g
  3. dash of salt
  4. 1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper or tabasco 1ml
  5. 1/4 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 1ml
  6. 1 1/2 cups flour 375ml
  7. 4 cups Rice Krispies
Instructions
  1. Cream butter and cheese together. Add seasonings. Beat in flour then add Rice Krispies. Mix well. Shape into balls. Press down with a fork which has been dipped in cold water. Bake at 350F (180C) for 15-20 minutes, until lightly browned.
Notes
  1. Makes about 4 dozen.
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15 Comments

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  2. Just to let you know I have every one of the cookbooks, including A year of the best, slow cooker and Bravo. They are so well used that the first one(red one) is falling apart and the pages are well marked with cocoa and flour etc! Love being able to go online for recipes rather than trying to remember which book the recipe is in. Best of Bridge is my standy in all my cooking over the years, and the years are adding up since I received my first cook book!

  3. These are delicious but they flattened out and were way too crumbly. How do I correct this so that they stay chunky and firm? Can you half the recipe?

  4. I love these cookies. The last time I made them they didn’t seem as good. This time I noticed though that the cheese is now in 230 gram containers rather than 250 grams, the sneaky way to sell you less for more. Not quite as cheesy but still awesome.

  5. They are a very flat, tender cookie – almost shortbread-like! You could absolutely halve the recipe – and try chilling the dough before baking? it could be too that your oven is a bit on the cool side, and the dough is melting before it sets. An inexpensive oven thermometer will help you gauge whether it’s accurate! (Many aren’t!) ^JVR

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