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Cherry Almond Florentine Cookies

By: Tara Noland from Noshing With The Nolands
Updated November 12, 2020
Cherry Almond Florentine Cookies
Cherry Almond Florentine Cookies

"These irresistible Cherry Almond Florentine Cookies are crunchy confection treats marrying nuts and cherries with caramel and chocolate. With or without a chocolate layer, the recipe is easy, versatile and so are the ingredients. Italian treats (or should I say European) are delicious and never disappoint. This one is no exception. Typically prepared during the Christmas season, it is also a yummy cookie for any occasion. First, some think, as their name suggests, Florentine cookies come from Florence, Italy. However, the French also claimed the origin of these biscuits as it would go back to the time Louix XII was in power. While this is all debatable, we will settle on the deliciousness, and agree Florentines are at the least European!"

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