Italian Biscuit Cookies


Italian Biscuit Cookies

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Italian Biscuit Cookies
Italian Biscuit Cookies

There's no possible way for you not to fall in love with Italian Biscuit Cookies. This Italian dessert recipe is perfect for both holidays (like Easter) and the every day, as well as everything in between. The cookies themselves have an understated sweetness that is really brought out by whatever flavor of extract to choose to use in the dough. Because the cookies themselves are not overly sweet, they have the perfect amount of sweetness to them once they're drizzled with the sugary icing. These cookies are pure perfection.

One dessert recipe we highly recommend for fans of Italian Biscuit Cookies is Tiramisu. This classic Italian dessert features layers of coffee-soaked ladyfingers and a creamy mascarpone cheese mixture, topped with a dusting of cocoa powder. It's a perfect choice for someone looking to expand their Italian dessert repertoire.

Another delicious option for fans of Italian Biscuit Cookies is Cannoli. These crunchy pastry shells are filled with a sweet ricotta cheese filling and often topped with pistachios or chocolate chips. They're a fun and impressive dessert to make for family gatherings or special occasions.

For a twist on the traditional Italian Biscuit Cookies, we suggest trying out a recipe for Biscotti. These twice-baked cookies are crunchy and perfect for dipping in coffee or hot chocolate. They can be customized with different flavor variations like almond, chocolate, or dried fruit, making them a versatile and crowd-pleasing dessert option.

No matter what your skill level or who you're making dessert for, there's a delicious Italian-inspired treat to satisfy your sweet tooth. Experiment with different flavors and techniques to find the perfect dessert recipe to add to your repertoire. Happy baking!

Yields3 Dozen Cookies

Preparation Time20 min

Cooking Time15 min

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I was looking for something in the article that would explain why this dessert is called Italian biscuit cookies. I wish someone who has been into dessert-making would explain why this is called Italian biscuit cookies and not American or English biscuit cookies. What was the qualification?


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