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    Question:Anginetti Cream Puff Cookies

    jruth46
    Thu Jul 12, 2012 7:52 pm
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    Anginetti Cream Puff Cookies

    Where can i find the stella doro cream puff cookies in this recipe.
    Molly53
    Thu Jul 12, 2012 8:18 pm
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    jruth46 wrote:
    Anginetti Cream Puff Cookies

    Where can i find the stella doro cream puff cookies in this recipe.


    If your local grocery store has an Italian foods section, you could look there. If not, you can order them online from Amazon.com. If that doesn't work for you, make your own: click on Anginetti (Italian Lemon Drop Cookies)
    or ANGINETTI COOKIE RECIPE

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    Chocolatl
    Thu Jul 12, 2012 8:27 pm
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    Dee514
    Thu Jul 12, 2012 9:01 pm
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    Chocolatl,
    I didn't see Anginetti cookies on the list of products at the link you provided. I hope they are being made again. I know they had been discontinued for awhile some years ago. icon_confused.gif

    The Anginetti cookies made by the Stella D'Oro company are completely different in texture than homemade anginetti cookies. The commercial ones are much drier, and will hold up to the filling.
    Homemade anginetti cookies (at least the ones I make) have a softer, almost cake like texture and will not stand up to being sliced in half and filled.
    Personally, I think you would be better served using the filling from the recipe to fill actual cream puffs if you cannot find the Stella D'Oro anginetti cookies.

    My supermarket sells Stella D'Oro products in the same aisle as all the other cookies and crackers (near the Archway brand cookies) and not in the Italian or Ethnic foods aisles.
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    Chocolatl
    Thu Jul 12, 2012 9:32 pm
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    Sorry, I didn't realize that. I know that they were acquired by Snyder's a while ago.
    melmartin2006
    Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:59 am
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    Stella Doro is no longer making the Anginetti cookies. I called them and they said when the bought the company the oven that made the cookies was broken. They will not be buying a new one. I did do some research and there is a compnay out of Waterbury Ct. Gina Marie.289 Fairfield Ave, Waterbury, CT 06708
    http://www.ginamariebakery.com

    (203) 596-8007
    Dee514
    Fri Dec 21, 2012 1:16 pm
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    melmartin2006 wrote:
    Stella Doro is no longer making the Anginetti cookies. I called them and they said when the bought the company the oven that made the cookies was broken. They will not be buying a new one. I did do some research and there is a compnay out of Waterbury Ct. Gina Marie.289 Fairfield Ave, Waterbury, CT 06708
    http://www.ginamariebakery.com

    (203) 596-8007


    Most Italian bakeries make Anginetti cookies, however they are usually softer and "more cake like" than the "dry" ones Stella D'oro used to make.
    The ones Stella D'oro used to make were similar to a cream puff shell, and bore very little resemblance to an actual homemade or bakery bought anginetti cookie. icon_confused.gif

    Although not as sweet as the Stella D'Oro cookies (which were covered in that dried sugar glaze), I'm sure you could substitute frozen cream puff shells in that recipe.
    cookiestevef
    Tue May 07, 2013 8:56 am
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    i just called the company that owns stella doro (the 800 number is on stella doro webs site) they said that when they bought the company three years ago, the three ovens used for only baking anginetti (cream puff cookies) were broken and too costly to fix. and seeing that these are the only cookies baked in these ovens they desided to discontinue the anginetti cookie! now that really stinks. maybe if enough of us gripe they will bring this cookie back. or maybe someone will back the still out of work bakery workes who lost their stella doro jobs in new york and they can start a new line of favorite italian coookies (pipe dream?> perhaps lol)
    Amberngriffinco
    Thu May 09, 2013 1:40 pm
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    Try Safeway, or even better, go to an Italian Bakery. STella cookies were TDF!
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