Dipped Pecan Spritz

"from taste of home... pretty shaped, chocolate dipped, with crunchy pecans.. MMMMM!"
photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns) photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns)
photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns)
photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns) photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns)
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  • In a mixing bowl, cream butter and sugarl beat in egg and extracts.
  • Combine the flour, pecans and baking powder; gradually add to creamed mixture.
  • Using a cookie press fitted with disk of your choice, press sough 2 inches apart onto ungreased baking sheets.
  • Bake at 375 for 5-7 minutes or until set[ do not brown].
  • Remove to wire racks to cool.
  • In a microwave, melt chocolate chips and 3/4 t.
  • shortening; stir until smooth.
  • Melt vanilla chips and remaining shortening at 70% power; stir until smooth.
  • Dip half of the cookies halfway in semisweet mixture; allow excess to drip off.
  • Place on waxed paper to harden.
  • Dip remaining cookies halfway in vanilla mixture; allow excess to drip off.
  • Place on waxed paper and sprinkle coated area with colored sprinkles.
  • Let harden.

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  1. These are cute little cookies that have a nice mild flavor. Be sure that the pecans are very finely ground or else they can get stuck in the cookie press disks. Mine baked up perfectly in 6 minutes, but they are very fragile so I left them to cool on the sheet for alittle while. I made these for Christmas cookie trays and they were very cute. Thank you for sharing!
  2. These were a good variation on regular spritz. I made them today as part of my jump-start on Christmas baking. I definitely think they tasted better once dipped in the chocolate (admittedly, I sampled a couple before dipping!). I halved the recipe, but kept the extracts at the full amount. I chilled the dough for about 60 minutes prior to filling my cookie press, just to make sure it was firm enough to easily press out. The main piece of advice I would give to anyone else thinking of making these is to make sure you remove them from the cookie sheet almost right away once they come out of the oven - I let one pan sit too long before trying to remove them and I had a bit of difficulty getting them off. I also had a couple of them break in half when I was trying to dip them, but they still taste good! Thank you for posting!!
  3. These are incredible!! My sister-in-law made them for Christmas last year. Of all the new cookies I tried last year, this was the only recipe I made sure I got for my own collection. They are very easy to make but also very pretty. I decorated some as the recipe called for with sprinkles & I decorated some with the opposite color chocolate drizzled over the dipped chocolate. I think these are my new favorite Christmas cookies!



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