Yield: Yields 72 cookies to make 36 sandwiches.
The cookies can be made ahead and frozen. The orange cream may be refrigerated for several days; soften it at room temperature before using it.
For the best results, measure your flour by weight instead of volume. (1 cup of all-purpose flour equals 4-1/2 oz.) If you don’t have a scale, be sure to use the proper technique when filling your measuring cups.
Two hrs ago my rating would have been 2 stars. This dough did NOT go thru a piping bag as previous reviewers have noted. It did however perform marvelously in my cookie press. It did NOT stick to parchment paper. It did stick beautifully to an ungreased cookie sheet. NO stuck cookies-they lifted perfectly after baking. Twenty minutes would have browned these WAY to much. I baked for between 10 and 11 at 350 degrees. I would never put a cookie in the frig, far too drying. I will freeze the cookies, make the filling and freeze it, and fill them as needed.
I was in a baking mood at the last minute this evening, so I rummaged around the fridge and didn't have enough of the ingredients, so I halved the recipe. Toasted up some walnuts, threw those in. Also, didn't have a pastry bag, so I just used a teaspoon and placed on parchment covered pan. Delicious with an ice cold glass of milk. Thank you, Fine Cooking!
The Cookies are very good. My only Problem was to push the Dough through the muzzle.But I'll try it again with a bigger muzzle ;)
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