Stamped Christmas Cookies: Brown Butter Muscovado
The total time it took was over 3 hours just to cookid and ice the cookies. Add flour mixture to batter slowly. Beat in egg and vanilla. Turn out dough on surface and knead until smooth.They might not look done when you remove them, but they continue to cook as they cool! I use a small ice cream scoop for this. Product Used In This Recipe. Set the cookies back on the cooling rack to dry completely and serve.
And then, the best thing happened: Nordic Ware sent cookie stamps to us bakers attending the Food Bloggers of Canada conference. Simple and elegant. Be the first to know about new product launches, seasonal recipe features. Oh these cookies are beautiful.
When it comes to cookies, anything with ornate deta? No one complained about the lack of gluten or lactose. Reroll scraps as needed. Refrigerate for hours.
Be sure to break up any large muscovado lumps. I have updated the recipe. Be the first to know about new product launches, and exclusive discounts. Bake until set but not browning.
I enjoy the whole process, Nordic Ware has been producing American-made heirloom-quality cookware and bakeware products. No decorations needed and a festive treat to gift or share around the holidays. If using cookie stamps, dip the cookie stamps in some flour and dust off the excess. Prep: 10 Minutes Cook: 12 Minutes 1 Servings. Nordic Ware For 70 years, from making the dough to eating the final product.
All opinions are my own. LOVE this time of year! I imagined them sticking to the dough and generally not being very user-friendly. Thankfully I was wrong! The easier method is just to scoop the batter right away, roll it into a ball, use the cookie stamp to press it down, and then chill the cookies. I realized this when I was using up my last scrap of dough — I just rolled it into a ball and stamped.
I imagined them sticking to the dough and generally not being very user-friendly. I am just an average baker, until flour is incorporated, nothing fancy but. Recipes You May Like. Add remaining flour and salt; blend on low speed 2 minutes.
Great for gifting. Print Recipe. Great, easy-to-make recipe. Hi Joyce.