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These cookies have a mild licorice flavor.



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Holiday Cookies 2006

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  • Rock Sand
    31 JAN, 2013
    I only have a hand mixer, and no whisk attachment, so I used that. Also spooned the batter onto the cookie sheets b/c no pastry bags or tips. And they still turned out great, albeit not all exactly round thanks to my uneven spoonfuls. Crisp on the bottom, soft on top, slightly chewy, and so tasty. Recipe made 5 dozen cookies, roughly an inch and a half in diameter.
  • BrynBair
    20 NOV, 2010
    Do these turn out crisp like a tea cookie or soft like a snickerdoodle?
  • CocoCusa
    20 NOV, 2010
    Has anyone tried these or anything that calls for a bowl mixer with a hand mixer? Thanks.
  • ceegee2
    19 DEC, 2009
    Does anyone know how many cookies this recipe makes?
  • Marsie
    16 DEC, 2009
    these sound almost like a snickerdoodle cookie which is declious
  • FerretKisses
    12 JUL, 2009
    These came out great..great texture.
  • DebbieVignola
    2 FEB, 2009
    These cookies are totally light. My family and I really like them and I'll definitely make them again.
  • RBS
    30 JAN, 2009
    I have an old receipe for anise cookies that are dropped on a lightly greased cookie sheet, and let set overnight. Then bake at 350 for 10 min. The cookies will rise and form a smooth top over the coarse looking bottom. They are actually a German dipping cooklie, and they get very hard over time.
  • DotK
    29 JAN, 2009
    My mom and I used to make Anise toast. These cookies sound much easier. You can use a heavy plastic bag as a substitute for a pastry bag...just snip off one corner to squeeze the cookie dough out through. The best part? You can throw it away when you are done.
  • Ceege
    29 JAN, 2009
    My Grandmother used to bake an anise cookie which I really liked as a kid. Since I do not have her recipe, I would like to try these. I do not have a pastry bag so could anyone suggest how to make these. Would I drop with a tablespoon, or roll into a log and slice? Any comments and suggestions are welcome....Thanks

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