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Peppermint-Spritz Cookies

Recipe photo courtesy of Louise Hagger

Peppermint extract gives these wreath cookies their fresh flavor. They're finished with a marbled red-and-white glaze, evoking the classic holiday candy cane.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2017
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Cook's Notes

If your cookie press has adjustable settings, set it at medium for the most defined wreath shape. If you don't have a press, you can form the dough into ropes and shape them into rings.

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  • sjschlemme8104364
    9 DEC, 2017
    How much milk goes into the cookies??
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    • MS11396298
      18 DEC, 2017
      One tablespoon of milk. I looked at the video again to check. Looks like it was omitted from the recipe.
  • kt03062gmailc
    12 DEC, 2017
    Sloppy recipe not clear
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