Recipe by Louise
"Cool anise flavored drop cookies will heighten the holiday season."
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1 1/2 teaspoons
This recipe is Awsome..
The only thing that I did different was to Add 1 oz. of the Anise Extract.
We like our cookies a little stronger flavor...
My husband was eating them as fast as I could get them off the cookie sheet..
I frosted them with White Frosting from the can that I bought from the store and flavored it a little with the anise oil...
They were so good..
This is a keeper... I will be making these all the time.. They turn out so pretty.. They are going to look nice on a cookie try..
Thanks so much for sharing your recipe with us..
I can't wait to make a cup of tea and have cookie's..
I thought the anise flavoring wasn't strong enough, and the cookie wasn't sweet enough for me. I would definitely add more anise favoring or seeds. I did one pan full by rolling in raw sugar and that turned out really good. Another review said she did an anise glaze and I will do that also.
I had been baking an anise cookie recipe for years when this year (2 batches) there was a terrible after taste. I found Louise's recipe quick, easy and delicious! This will be replacing my old recipe!
Just like grandma used to make. Delicious and easy.
We made these tonight & liked how quick & easy they were. We are going to try them with different flavorings such as almond, rum, etc. Also love the texture, as well.
These came out good, though the 8-10 minute baking time was not long enough. (Maybe I made the cookies too big?) Also, the # of eggs seemed to make them heavier than other, similar cookies. I was looking for a whiter, lighter cookie. That said, my family liked them ...
These are so good and moiste. I have received a lot of praise for these!
I wanted a soft anise cookie and this recipe filled the bill! My family loves them and I will add this recipe to my "must bake" list ever Christmas! I frost them with an anise frosting.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Anise Cookies IV
Serving Size: 1/48 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 45
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