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My grandmother was an immigrant from Hungary. With her came a lot of yummy recipes that most Americans know nothing about. i was fortunate to have her as a grandma because she always cooked Hungarian dishes for me and my family. One of my fondest memories of grandma’s cooking was her Hungarian cream cheese cookies. These cookies are so good, folks. They are made of a pastry-type crust that wraps around pureed fruit and cream cheese. They look dainty but their flavor is huge.
Grandma would make these cookies during the holiday season, place them in a parchment paper lined tin, and give them away as gifts. I alwasy loved getting a tin of cookies from her at Christmastime.
Recipe courtesy of Group Recipes.
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Quick Tip: Make sure to both butter and flour your cookie sheet before baking these little cream filled morsels of Hungarian goodness.