Chocolate-Mocha Spritz Cookies

"I originally got the recipe from seasoned cooking, however I edited it a lot. Everyone who tries these LOVES them and cannot stop at one or even five!"
 
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Ready In:
37mins
Ingredients:
10
Yields:
90-120 Spritz cookies
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 400F (200 degrees C).
  • Combine the flour and salt in a small bowl, stir to mix.
  • Beat the butter and sugar in a large bowl until light and fluffy, Beat in egg and vanilla.
  • Add the chocolate, beat again, add coffee and cocoa powder.
  • Gradually add the the flour mixture while making.
  • Fit a cookie press with desired plate and fill the press with dough, press the dough 1 inch apart onto a ungreased cookie sheet. If you don't have a press, I'm sure you could use a pasty bag and pipe shapes.
  • Bake batches for 7 mins or until set (you might want to play around with timings as most ovens are unique). Note these cookies harden whilst they cool, I would also recommend using a mixer unless your super strong as it's quite a lot of dough.

Questions & Replies

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  1. saranac26
    What is the recipe for the glaze that goes on top? Is it just melted white chocolate?
     
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Reviews

  1. Anna P.
    Really good recipe !!! Love it.. not to sweet cookies. Slightly sticky dough.. just need a few minute in fridge, then press. Variation: Melt chocolate with coffee and 1 tsp water - zap in microwave 15-20 sec to melt. Thank you !!
     
  2. dennis.kim1
    Excellent cookie, wonderful taste. I use a pastry brush to slightly dampen the top of each cookie to get the sprinkles to stick.
     
  3. KerfuffleUponWincle
    GOOD! I increased the coffee granules to one heaping tablespoon, and used one heaping tablespoon Hershey's Special Dark cocoa, and substituted hazelnut flavoring for the vanilla. I baked the cookies for 6 minutes and dipped half of each cooled cookie into melted white chocolate.~
     
  4. wgbraggs_11708988
    Excellent Spritz cookie recipe. Easy to make, worked well in cookie press, and had wonderful flavor combination. Thanks Dani!!!!!
     
  5. OutnumberedByPeanuts
    I love the rich, chocolatey flavor of these spritz! I've been wanting to try a chocolate spritz for several years now, but all the recipes I've previously come across sounded like they might be a little plain or bland for my tastes. These are very tasty, and the coffee intensifies the chocolate flavor for me. I made a half batch as part of my head start on Christmas baking (but I'm sure I'll be making more in the next few weeks!) and followed the directions as stated. I got approximately 52 cookies. Bake time for my oven was about 6 minutes. I drizzled some white chocolate over the top for decoration and now I can't wait to share them with my family and friends. Thank you very much for sharing this recipe!!!
     
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Tweaks

  1. KerfuffleUponWincle
    GOOD! I increased the coffee granules to one heaping tablespoon, and used one heaping tablespoon Hershey's Special Dark cocoa, and substituted hazelnut flavoring for the vanilla. I baked the cookies for 6 minutes and dipped half of each cooled cookie into melted white chocolate.~
     

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