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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Spritz Cookie Variations

As we're just entering the heart of holiday baking season I thought I'd revisit some great Spritz Cookie Variations! For my family it just wouldn't be Christmas without Spritz so I'm always looking for new ways to decorate them and different flavors. Click the title for recipes.



I've been on a campaign to encourage folks to use their cookie press throughout the year ever since I started blogging... Did you know that Oxo has two new sets of discs out? Yep, Amazon has them HERE, there's a spring and fall set and I love that turkey!!! Might just have to make sure I get them before next Thanksgiving:@)

If you'd like more spritz recipes you can click my Recipe Index Page and scroll down to Cookies, 11 (and growing) spritz recipes have been grouped together there.

Happy Holiday Baking Everyone-Have Fun:@)

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53 comments:

  1. I think the eggnog flavor would be perfect for my taste buds and so nice with a little glass of cold milk.

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  2. They look delicious - I have a cookie press and I will be making cookies with it. All of the cookies look so GOOD!!
    Have a greagt week.
    Mary

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  3. Yum to the eggnog one too. I'm crazy about Oxo products. They always work and you can't say that about some of the others. I used to have a press somewhere.....
    Sam

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  4. I keep telling myself I'm getring a cookie press,bu haven't yet. I had to pop over and see that turkey :) Love the spider web too, cute variations Lynn~ Keep Calm & Bake On!

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  5. Your cookies are so professional, I have never had a cookie press! I must check into this, it looks like so much fun!
    Jenna

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  6. I popped over after seeing your Elfina at Michelle's Little Piece of Heaven, too, too cute! The turkeys are very cute too and now you have inspired me to finally buy a new cookie press! I had one years ago but must have given it away. :)

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  7. Good morning Lynn, Love the spritz cookies you shared. I 'finally' found my spritz cookie maker. It was missing and in my garage. How did that happen? Smile. The sister's are planning a Christmas cookie day this year. Fun times.
    xo, Jeanne

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  8. Those cookies look wonderful. I leave the cookie making up to the girls any more. I've gotten lazy. What a great job you did. Ohhh...and I just noticed the "football" deviled eggs on your sidebar! CUTE!

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  9. Your flavors sound wonderful! I love using my cookie press to, but need to use it more. Some of those new discs would be fun to have.

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  10. I've never met a cookie I didn't like. :))

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  11. oops...I don't think your links to the parties are working. I tried to click on them and couldn't.....

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  12. What fun variations of a fun cookie! We make Spritz trees at Christmas. I still have my old press, the kind where I turn the handle to make the dough squeeze through.

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  13. so cute. my sis always made spritz cookies along with the 'standard' iced sugar cookies for Christmas. she would send care packages to me in texas from wisconsin as she knew i was so far from family during the holidays. she's been gone 13 yrs now. always think of her when i see spritz cookies. :)

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  14. I have a pretty nice cookie press set but I haven't made cookies in a couple years. Might be time to dust it off and get creative. I'll check out your recipes.

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  15. I haven't had mine out in years! Each one of these sound fabulous especially the gingerbread and egg nog. I will have to search mine out. I know it is hiding somewhere!

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  16. What an inspiration. I gave mine to my daughter. We will be visiting her this weekend and we need to make these. You always leave me wanting to jump up and start cooking or baking.
    Have a blessed Thanksgiving, Ginger

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  17. Oh - I never thought of any different flavor for spritz - I've been happy with the regular recipe - but I can see I'm going to have to try out some of the new flavors.

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  18. My mouth is watering over these cookies! Beautiful for holiday note cards my friend! Sweet hugs!

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  19. I would like a dozen of each please! Thank you. You make the nicest spritz cookies, Lynn. xo

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  20. Oh yes, Spritz are my VERY favorite Christmas cookie - butter, sugar, flour, a little vanilla and a little almond extract. And so fun to make! Yum!

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  21. What lovely spritz cookies, my friend! Now, which are your favorite ones? I can't believe there are new, fun disks. Darn, I just checked and mine is a Wilton Cookie Pro.
    Your notecards are beautiful. I always go for the foodie ones. xo

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  22. I just checked the disks on amazon. They are so stinkin' cute! Make me want to order a new press!! The kids love making spritz cookies with me.

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  23. I'd like to order 4 dozen of the Danish Almond Spritz, please. :)
    Great job at promoting the spritz!!
    Blessings...

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  24. These are fabulous Lynn!!!!
    Wonderful to send as Thanksgiving cards!
    I'm off to snatch your Spritz recipes (haven't heard of them before as I'm outside the US)!
    Shane

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  25. Oh yum! I love your adventurous baking...adapting the tried and true to create new recipes. I know my family would love the eggnog cookies! Now if I could only find my cookie press...

    Great job on Vee's note card party!

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  26. These a fun and really yummy looking notecards! I've never used one of those cookie presses. Thanks for visiting and your comment. Pam

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  27. Your notecards are fantastic - I like spritz - last Christmas I couldn't find my cookie press. I'm going to need to search again soon.

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  28. Every time you post a Spritz post, I am reminded I hardly ever make them anymore. I have my mother's cookie press. The hand turn kind. I love the cookies. For sure this year for Christmas. Thanks for the reminder.

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  29. Lynn, my cookie press didn't make it to this house when we moved years ago. I think I need to restock the baking department. Love spritz cookies. Cute ideas you share. '-)

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  30. I do have a cookie press, but hardly ever use it. Those eggnog cookies are calling out to me, though. I'm going to pin the recipe for Christmas baking.
    Great photos - with recipes on the backs of the notecards these would make a great gift. (with some cookies, too.)

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  31. These look fantastic! I've never had a cookie press before, but I just might have to look for one after seeing these!

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  32. Oh my...those cookies look amazing! What a cool idea for a set of note cards...they are just beautiful!

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  33. I have a Mirro press that I've been using for exactly 60 years this Christmas. Love Spritz cookies.
    Lillian

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  34. Your yummy cookie pics have reminded me that I have a cookie press. Thank you for the inspiration!

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  35. These are so cute and delicious looking. I stopped by here and just laughed - the name of your blog is the best. So creative and fun! Put a smile on my face today. Thanks for linking up to our Holiday Baking Party!

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  36. Oh, I love these! I've never tried a cookie press before...

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  37. Can I reach in and get some??? My mom used a press every Christmas....and no, I don't have it!

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  38. OMG, now you've made me hungry! Cute set of images for note cards!

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  39. These all look so yummy. Now you've made me hungry!! I've never had a cookie press. I bet they're lots of fun.

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  40. I love Spritz cookies. The gingerbread ones sound wonderful!

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  41. Cookie note cards are a great idea! Back when I was first married, I had a metal cookie press that worked well but broke. My daughter bought me a plastic one and I just cannot get my dough to come out in the nice shapes with it. I'm going to try some of your spritz recipes, thanks for sharing them.

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  42. What a terrific idea for note cards - I would expect they come with the recipe?? I hope I can pin these because I will definitely want to check out the recipes when I have more time!! They look delish - but I wonder how I might tweak them to be gluten free. Let me know if you have any ideas on that score.
    Joy!
    Kathy

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  43. Oh my, these are not only gorgeous, they sound soooooooooooooo good. Thanks so much for linking to the Holiday Baking Party. Hugs, marty

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  44. I've never heard of spritz cookies before, but these look gorgeous.

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  45. I adore these cookies! Love the brilliant variations.

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  46. Hi Lynn,
    Your Spritz Cookie Variations are just awesome! Thanks so much for sharing your great recipe with Full Plate Thursday and enjoy your Thanksgiving week!
    Come Back Soon
    Miz Helen

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  47. Ohhh these look so good, especially the eggnog cookies!!!!

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  48. I love spritz cookies, so perfect for the holidays! Thanks for linking up with What's Cookin' Wednesday!

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  49. Your spritz cookies look so delicious, I am reluctant to admit this but I have a cookie press that I have never used, it seems it intimidated me! I think now I just might get it out this holiday season, thanks for the motivation.

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