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  • Victoria M

    Picture of Classic Shortbread Cookies in 4 Ingredients with added 1 ingredient Variations Recipe (With a Chai tea variation!)

  • Lisa Miller

    Picture of Classic Shortbread Cookies in 4 Ingredients with added 1 ingredient Variations Recipe Comment from lisa - Made the basic version and they're edible, that's about it. Burned the first sheet to a crisp after 8 minutes in the 375 degree oven. 350 for 9 minutes will give you a decent cookie. Also, it only makes about 3 dozen. My apologies to the author of this recipe. Look on this or my cookie board for classic Scottish shortbread if you want an excellent shortbread recipe.

  • Kristin Schrader

    Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Food Network Classic Shortbread Cookies in 4 Ingredients with added 1 ingredient Variations recipe from Claire Robinson.

  • Marcelinha Acioli

    Classic Shortbread Cookies Recipe : Claire Robinson : Food Network - FoodNetwork.com *** Very good!***

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