We’re sure it will become one of your favorite easy cookie recipes for many years to come. An Italian favorite during holiday season and family gatherings, the history of anisette cookies is a bit unknown
Tis the season for fuzzy scarves, knee-high boots, hot chocolate… and cookies. The closer we get to the holidays the more cookies it seems I am baking – whether I am participating in a cookie swap with my moms’ group, baking up treats for a bake sale for the kids’ school, or even putting together beautiful sweet treat baskets for my friends and co-workers
I want to add more and more Italiancookies to my Christmas lineup. Italian Rainbow CookiesLidia's Italy in America 8 ounces almond paste1 cup sugar2½ sticks unsalted butter, softened, cut into pieces, plus more for the pans4 large eggs, separated½ teaspoon kosher salt2 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for the pans1 teaspoon red food coloring, gel or paste preferred1 teaspoon green food coloring, gel or paste preferred Two 15-ounce jars smooth (not chunky) apricot jam1½ pounds bittersweet chocolate, choppedPreheat the oven to 350 degrees F
easy. So puppy chow, peanut butter pretzel bites and an attempt at red velvet s’mores blondies are good and well for a cookie swap, but when it comes down to crunch time for holiday cookies, for gifts or for serving guests, I think you and I both know we want three things
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