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Love, Love, Love these cookies! If you're a fan of eggnog then these are your cookies.

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DWT December 10, 2009

I am eating one now, they are wonderfull, I found the recipe in the christmas at home, christmas cookies cookbook. The only difference is that instead of egg white and sprinkles it has the recipe for eggnog icing. I came on to post it seeing as they are sooooooooo good, but i guess i am to late!

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Miss Genevieve December 28, 2008

Everyone at the cookie exchange enjoyed these cookies. Thanks for the recipe. What a fun way to get the eggnog flavor.

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Jodi Consoli January 06, 2008

If you like eggnog you will love these cookies. They are nice and soft. They are good by themselves, but I wanted a little more eggnog flavor so I used an eggnog icing. I combined 1 pound confectioner's sugar, 1/4 cup butter, softened, 1/3 cup commercial eggnog. I mixed on medium speed until light and fluffy, about 5 minutes. If for some reason your icing would be a little too stiff just add more eggnog one tablespoon at a time. I omitted brusing the cookies with the egg white and using the colored sprinkles and just went with the icing. I came out with 52 cookies using a 2 3/4" round cutter. I don't know how you would come out with 192 cookies unless they were less than 1" in size.

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Luby Luby Luby November 20, 2006
Martha's Eggnog Cookies