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Add baking powder ... Add sugar and anise oil or extract, ... Best when made 3 to 4 weeks ahead of time to enhance flavor. Store in air tight container.
Generously grease cookie ... with sugar and anise flavoring. Beat until ... Do not cover cookies and do not ... Makes about 4 dozen. Recipe may be doubled.
Mix all ingredients ... Cool. Ice with anise icing. Store in ... ICING: Combine melted butter, confectioners' sugar and anise flavoring to make a thin icing.
Cream butter with sugar. Add beaten eggs, cream and oil. Sift flour, baking powder, and salt together. Add this to first batter. Cover; let stand 3-4 ...
1. Beat eggs ... x 2 inches. 6. Grease cookie sheets and sprinkle with whole anise seeds. 7. Bake at 325 degrees for 12 minutes or until lightly browned.
Beat egg whites ... powdered sugar. Add anise oil and melted ... thick. Cut out cookies. Cover and ... month or so before Christmas and placed in freezer.
Cream shortening and ... diameter; slice 1/2 inch pieces. Bake at 375 degrees about 10 minutes on greased cookie sheets. Cookies are hard and melt in your mouth.
Mix all ingredients ... at 350 degrees. Cookies will be very ... baking. Mix and dip cookies in icing. Allow to dry before handling. Yield about 4-5 dozen.
Mix dry ingredients ... minutes. 1/2 box powdered sugar, 1 teaspoon anise and enough water to texture. Dip cookies in icing and sprinkle with colored sprinkles.
Cook until dissolved (boil 3 minutes on low heat). Cool well and add: Blend well, then add 7 to 8 cups flour. Chill well, best overnight, roll and ...
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