Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 10 min./ batch + cooling
A very good Anise cookie, much like my own. But, I do always frost mine (with anise) in the icing too.
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Without the icing, these cookies taste similar to biscuits. With icing, I still did not care for them.
I used a little almond extract and a little vanilla. The batter is very thick and stretchy. Different consistency then most cookie doughs, so don't be alarmed. I found that to get smooth tops, I had to actually roll the dough slightly into a ball, otherwise it would be lumpy when cooked.When I ate these the day I made them, I only thought they were 3 stars. They were way to dry and boring. However, 24 hours later, they tasted much much better! They got moister. So, I would definitely recommend making them a day before you plan to serve them. I dipped the tops in the glaze and wonder if maybe I should have also dipped the bottoms. It's not clear, but maybe that would have made them moister sooner.
I love these cookies, my aunt made them for my bridal shower (many moons ago) and I was hooked. I use water instead of milk in the icing, taste the same and they don't have to go in the fridge.
These melt in your mouth cookies were really good. They definitely needed the icing though, and I had to store them in the fridge because of the milk, which I didn't really think about before I made them.
Yummy love them
These cookies look great and taste even better!
Very easy to make.I generally don't bake so I was happy to try this.I used rainbow nonpareils instead of the coconut.
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