Italian wedding cookies

Italian wedding cookies

Italian Cookies – these soft round cookies are dipped in creamy glaze, then topped with colorful sprinkles. A entertaining cookie for any event, and particularly for holidays.

Italian Cookies aka Italian Wedding ceremony Cookies

Have you ever tried Italian Wedding ceremony Cookies before? Italian cookies are historically flavored with anise, but no 1 in my family likes the taste of black licorice, so I utilised almond instead, which is a frequent substitute for a more Americanized Italian cookie edition. If you don’t like anise or almond, you can also just use vanilla.

We adore that these cookies aren’t only straightforward, but they are tasty and rather! They’re excellent to serve for events or even holiday functions. And who can deny a cookie covered in glaze and sprinkles?

How to make Italian Cookies:

Whisk together the eggs, oil, sugar, and extract in a mixing bowl. Stir in the dry ingredients.

Roll dough into balls. I like to use a small cookie scoop to make confident the cookies are all the very same dimension. After rolling them into balls, chill them for about an hour, or location them in the freezer for 15 minutes. Chilling the dough assists the cookies hold their round form. Without having chilling, they tend to spread.

Bake the cold cookie dough balls at 350° for about 9 minutes, or until the bottoms are lightly brown and the tops are set.

Following the cookies are completely cooled, whip up a basic glaze by whisking together powdered sugar, a pinch of salt, extract of your choice, and warmed milk or cream. I just heated my cream in a glass measuring cup in the microwave.

This recipe helps make about thirty cookies, but it can simply be doubled. The cookies are very best eaten within a day or two right after they are glazed. Right after that the shade from the sprinkles commences to bleed.

Can you make the cookies ahead of time? Yes, you can freeze them with no the glaze, and include it the day you serve them. Just let them thaw completely prior to glazing.

How to store Italian Cookies? Maintain an air tight container at space temp for up to a week.

Do you have to use anise, if you don’t like licorice flavoring? Of course not. We favor almond extract and utilized that for these cookies, but can you also use vanilla as well.

Italian Christmas Cookies

We certain do really like these cookies, and especially love that you can change up the colours of sprinkles to match any holiday or celebration.

Considering that Christmas is just about the corner, I sprinkled a handful of of my cookies with green and red nonpareils. Wouldn’t they be stunning on a tray of Christmas cookies?

If you don’t like the crunch that comes with nonpareils, you can also use jimmies (softer and longer sprinkles) too.

Joss Whedon

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