Ready in 45 minutes
This is an all time Italian family favorite recipe that I have made every year for more than 35 years now. My family and friends just can't get enough!
"These are great cookies. They are a part of our Holiday Tradition.
I have tried the italian cookies from the grocery store, there is no comparison.
These are fabulous with coffee for breakfast, or any time of day or night.
I abolutely love them! When I am lucky enough to have them, I always make sure I hide a few for myself. My sis normally makes me help frost them!"
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BEAT EGGS, ADD SUGAR, MELTED SHORTENING, OIL AND ANISE. ADD BAKING POWDER, SALT AND FLOUR LAST (8-9 CUPS) KNEAD LIGHTLY. ROLL AND SHAPE DOUGH INTO BALLS OR WHAT EVER SHAPES YOU LIKE. BAKE AT 350 FOR 10-12 MINUTES UNTIL LIGHTLY BROWNED.
ICING - 3 - 4 LBS OF CONFECTIONS SUGAR, 1/2 TO 3/4 CUPS MILK AND ANISE TO FLAVOR. I MAKE THIS LIKE A THICK ICING AND DIP MY COOKIES. IF THE ICING GETS TO THICK I PUT IT IN THE MICROWAVE FOR A FEW SECONDS AND IT THINS IT OUT TO GLAZE MORE COOKIES.
This is a very thick batter and needs a good strong mixer, usually the mixer can handle 7 cups of flour, the rest can be folded in by hand.
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buellin420 2 years agoThese are really very delicious cookies that everyone Loved!! I've made them several times and they always come out perfect. It's great the recipe makes so many too.
samishepard87 2 years ago
Wheedle 2 years agoMy family has been making cookies nearly identical to these for generations so I was excited to see a similar recipe to try. However, these did not turn out well. The batter was too dry making it difficult to form balls and making the cookies crack when baked. I will stick to my original recipe from now on. I chalk it up to a good effort and a lesson learned.
deweycook615 2 years agovery good cookies and made enough to pass around
buellin420 3 years agoDidn't the recipe used to have almond paste? What happened?
tanvi_sweetestgal 3 years agoplz tell me what I can use in place of the eggs.. :)
bsfamily 4 years agoAbsolutely wonderful cookies, a hit with my family !
marciI 5 years agoI had the pleasure of eating some of Angelett's Sugar cookies and WOW It brought back memories of my Italian Grandmothers cooking.Marci
eltamexico 5 years agoThese are great cookies. They are a part of our Holiday Tradition. I have tried the italian cookies from the grocery store, there is no comparison. These are fabulous with coffee for breakfast, or any time of day or night. I abolutely love them! When I am lucky enough to have them, I always make sure I hide a few for myself. My sis normally makes me help frost them!
Hummerdude 5 years agoI Have made these wonderful cookies with my sister and they are out of this world. They are good any time of day and go great with coffee for breakfast! ooops, did I say that? I look forward to the holiday's every year because I know I am sure to get some sent my way. I look forward to them each year. They are my all time favorite! Love you Sis!
Angelett 5 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
Angelett 5 years ago[I posted this recipe.]