Classic soft and buttery spritz cookies all dressed up for holidays!
This recipe was developed in partnership with Go Bold With Butter.
My earliest holiday memories include baking cookies with my mom and siblings to give to friends and neighbors. We’d show up on their doorstep with a plate of cookies and a Christmas carol or two. I was always embarrassed by the singing, but I loved the part where we turned our kitchen into a cookie baking factory for a few days.
We only baked spritz cookies for the holidays, using our cookie press to make shapes like trees, wreaths, and stars. As soon as they came out of the oven we’d shower them with colorful sprinkles and eat about half straight from the pan. They’re so pop-able! I dare you to eat just one spritz, it’s not possible. They’re simple but irresistible. And even though one batch makes a ton, we always barely had enough to share with our friends and neighbors.
Are spritz cookies a holiday tradition in your house, too? If not, they should be!
I created this recipe for Go Bold with Butter, and you can find it on their website here.
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