Almond Triangles

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  • Updated: November 26, 2012 - 2:23 PM

2009 winner: Shortbread plus almonds equals delicious.

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off2atmDec. 2, 09 8:38 PM

I gained a pound just reading the recipe

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lotsapapaDec. 3, 09 2:40 PM

THESE SOUND DELICIOUS. CAN'T WAIT TO TRY THEM!!!!

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lbaker91Dec. 7, 09 9:54 AM

A coworker made these and brought them to work today - YUM!

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purplebatDec. 10, 09 9:02 AM

sooo good and so easy to make!

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suemooDec. 11, 09 4:20 PM

Using a standard"jelly roll pan" I had to make it smaller (10x15 in) The crust became thicker than pictured, the nuts so thick it never really "bubbled" after 15 min. in oven. Cutting while still "warm", the nuts clumped together and some fell off.Anyone else have this problem?

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foodluvrDec. 13, 09 3:13 PM

My 15 yr old daughter entered these in a cooking baking contest and won. There were 62 entries. She won a KitchenAid. Awesome!!

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JamesTEnghDec. 13, 09 5:10 PM

re suemoo, we used a 10x15 jelly roll pan and the crust thickness was satisfactory. We bought 3 pkgs 6 oz ea (1 lb 2 oz) of nuts and used them all. They bubbled in the oven as expected. The nuts were thicker than the picture, but tasted good. I'd use less next time. We used a pizza cutter to cut and it worked good. We made sure the bars were only sl;ightly warm before cutting.

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gregdaneDec. 14, 0912:56 PM

But they're delicious- the crust is a bit difficult using a hand mixer but otherwise we thought they were fairly easy to make and tasty. Wondering, though, if other nuts (pecans, walnuts, cashews, etc.) could be substituted. I'm thinking that these are usually not slicved so probably use a bit less and maybe not cook as long... Thoughts anyone?

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hahaha99Dec. 15, 09 8:03 AM

I made these a few days ago...oh...so very good. For a more intense almond flavor, use Amaretto instead of almond extract.

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tivogirlDec. 21, 09 7:21 PM

Here are some changes and tips for making this recipe. I used parchment instead of tinfoil, sprayed with PAM to be sure it wouldn't stick. Used 1 tsp almond extract. I only patted crust into bottom, not up the sides for a cleaner look. To pat it out, lay a sheet of Saran wrap on top dough, using hands or rolling pin to flatten it out. Cut and paste dough as needed to fill it all in. I forgot to make crust in advance and let it cool. I started the carmel sauce on the stove while crust was baking. I poured it over the hot baked crust and only baked 12 minutes. It was bubbling after just 10 minutes. To get 6 dozen cut it into 9 x 4 rows, getting 36 squares, then cut those squares diagonally to get 72 total. I used a pizza cutter when it was slightly warm and that worked great.

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