CF: Anginette Cookies

Posted on by Jennie

Another one of the cookies you’d normally find in the Palluzzi house at the holidays in Anginette cookies. They’re not too sweet, and just right with a cup of tea or a glass of milk. They are easy to over bake, so make sure you don’t, because you want them a little soft. They’re best when small (think about tablespoon size) and then you can have more cookies! Right? Right?! Sound logic, I think!

Here’s the recipe:

3 eggs
1 tsp vanilla
orange juice from one orange
3 cups flour
1/2 cup sugar
5 tsp baking powder
1 stick butter

frosting:

orange juice
confectioner’s sugar
round sprinkles

Here’s what you do.

1. Mix together your eggs, vanilla, and orange juice in one bowl.
2. Cream butter in a separate bowl, then add sugar, flour and baking powder.
3. Roll the dough into balls, and bake for 8-10 minutes at 350. They will look slightly undercooked, which is great!
4. Allow the cookies to cool. Meanwhile, mix together desired amount of frosting – make sure it’s pourable but not too drippy.
5. Frost cookies by dipping them into a bowl of frosting, then sprinkle each cookie.

Make these whenever for a crowd-pleasing treat that will make everyone – adults, kids, Santa, etc. – very happy!

 


 

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