Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 10 min./batch
Makesabout 7 dozen
I used this recipe for my first time using a cookie press. I started with the recipe as posted. I could not get the dough to stay on the cookie sheet at first. After I chilled the dough for a few hours, it was easier to work with.
if only I knew how to use the cookie press I finally took to goodwill. no idea how to use it tried I really really tried :(
I don't get eggnog taste. Eggnog does not have to have rum or any liquor in it and eggnog does have cinnamon and nutmeg in it. Agree that this is a very bland cookie and it is the sprinkles etc that give it taste.
Not the best for me. Can't even taste the rum flavor.
Lacked flavor. Next time I will add a different flavoring, orange or vanilla and a spice. Doesn't make many.
The cookies were ok but didn't have a lot of flavor. The disappointment was the recipe barely made three dozen yet it states it will make seven dozen.
the dough is really easy to work with. the cookies are kind of bland so make sure you add alot of colored sugar to the cookie
This one is going in the recipe box! Very rich and buttery. I did add vinilla and nutmeg per someones suggestion and WOW! My whole house smelled wonderful. The best spritz cookie recipe ever!
Made this recipe last night. Just great. Easy to make and very tasty. I did add the nutmeg and the vanilla, as recommended. Tastes like my mom's complicated butter cookie recipe and much less mess. Try it. Very easy.
My sons are eggnog fans so this recipe caught my eye. I added 1/2 a tsp of vanilla and 1/4 tsp of nutmeg with delicious results. It reminds us of our favorite commercially-made vanilla eggnog that is only available at Christmas. As they were cooling, my one son yelled up to the other to come get cookies before he ate them all! We will definitely be making these again before the season ends!