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Glazed Spritz Cookies


Try one of our glazed spritz-cookie variations: Citrus-Glazed Cookies Vanilla-Glazed Cookies Vanilla-Glazed Swirl Cookies White-Chocolate-Glazed Cookies

  • Yield: Makes about 4 dozen

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2010



  1. Knead dough briefly to soften. Fill a cookie press with dough (if making swirl cookies, fill with both kinds of dough), and fit with disk to make shapes. Squeeze cookies directly onto a baking sheet. Sprinkle with sanding sugar, if using. Bake at 350 degrees until firm, 12 to 14 minutes.

  2. Let cool completely before dipping in the vanilla or citrus glazes, or melted white chocolate. Apply small or crushed candies, if using, while glaze is wet. Let vanilla- or citrus-glazed cookies set on a wire rack. Let white-chocolate-glazed cookies set in refrigerator, and keep chilled until ready to serve.

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  • Lina Gimble
    15 NOV, 2012
    Hi Mkalea-- Thanks for the heads up. You are right. There is too much sugar and flour in this recipe for spritz, (or it needs more butter.) I'd try 2-21/4 C flour and 1/2C sugar if you are going for spritz.
  • mkalea
    5 NOV, 2012
    Somebody made this recipe before????? it is absolutely wrong!!!! Last year I made for christmas season a spritz cookie recipe and was amazing so soft and rich and I thought i was lost the recipe and take this with the same picture and the same process...but the batter looks wear too much flour and less butter... you canĀ“t use the spritz machine beacuse the dough it is to hard. I made as you show and please change it for the real recipe...I founded it and certainly it is not the same. Regards!