Yield: Yields about 2 pounds 10 ounces dough.
This recipe produces enough dough to make one batch each of Classic Rugelach, Caramel-Glazed Cardamom Palmiers, and Brownie Bowties, for a total of six dozen cookies. Don’t chill the dough for more than a couple of hours, as it becomes too hard to roll. If you must chill it longer, leave it at room temperature until it’s pliable before proceeding.
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I make these every Christmas, they have become favorites among family and friends. I love being able to make a few different types of cookies from one dough.
This has become a Holiday favorite for me. All three cookies are excellent. They are easy to make and, if you don't eat them before your guests arrive, they are very popular on your dessert tray.
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