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The name for these pressed cookies comes from the German word "spritzen" (to squirt). They can be quickly formed with a cookie press. Although they have a very fine crumb, the wreaths are sturdy enough for packaging.

Source: Martha Stewart's Cookies



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  • doyla
    10 DEC, 2013
    I have made this cookie for several years at Christmas time and every year I go back to it! Easy to make and is enjoyed and loved by all who receive them!!
  • ExpandingChef
    27 NOV, 2011
    BetsyFrenchie, I have a cookie press from Williams-Sonoma. It works well except for the occasional clogging. It cost thirty dollars. Good luck i have made these cookies before and they barely lasted a day they were so good.
  • BetsyFrenchie
    20 NOV, 2011
    I'm looking for the cookie press used for the recipe!!!! I have been looking forward to making these, but hit a road block!

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