|by Janet Kessel Fletcher|
This book has over 160 Italian recipes from restaurant classics to home-style favorites.
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Mix eggs, oil, ... for 10-12 minutes. Cookies should not brown ... sprinkles. (Makes about 5 dozen.) Glaze and sprinkle about 4 at a time. Glaze dries quickly.
Combine flour, baking ... inch thick. Cut cookies with different cookie ... cookies may harden. They freeze well. Food coloring can be added to the frosting.
Mix dry ingredients ... Colored sprinkles. Frost cookies with glaze while ... Then put each cookie in mini-cupcake paper so they look like bon-bon cookies.
Beat eggs until thick; add butter, sugar, and flavoring. Mix well. Add sifted flour with baking powder. Beat well by hand so dough isn't sticky. Take ...
Beat butter and sugar with mixer, add eggs and ricotta cheese. Slowly add dry ingredients and mix well. Drop into balls on ungreased cookie sheet. ...
Have all ingredients at room temperature. Cream sugar, butter and cream cheese. Add eggs, 3 at a time, beating a little before adding. Add milk, ...
Mix sugar and Crisco until creamy. Add eggs and mix well. Add remaining ingredients. Add just enough flour until dough doesn't stick. Roll into small ...
Preheat oven to ... Don't overmix or cookies will be tough. ... almond instead of vanilla. You can also flavor the icing to match. Makes at least 60 cookies.
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