Use your cookie press to form a green, mint-flavored cookie and pop a Hershey’s Kiss in the middle.
Cookie Press Cookies
A cookie press is used to force cookies through a disk with a hole in the center of it, giving the cookie a shape such as a wreath, a star, a heart, etc. You can also use a cookie press to create long ribbons of cookie that can then be sliced. The majority of vintage cookie press recipes are the classic Spritz cookie from Germany, so it is thought that this tool was a German invention. This inexpensive tool can be purchased at any kitchen store or retailers such as Amazon. You can find vintage cookie presses on eBay or Etsy. Read my review of The Best Cookie Press.
Quick, easy and pretty…buttery and melt-in-your-mouth. Perfect texture for working with your cookie press!
A cream cheese spritz recipe flavored with orange and cinnamon.
Keto-friendly mocha spritz cookie with almond flour.
A cookie press cookie with a variety of spices and an easy glaze.
A mocha-flavored cookie press recipe, shaped in hearts with a red glaze, with Mocha Wreath variation.
The traditional German cookie gets a tropical update. Made with a cookie press.
A butter cookie with the addition of sour cream for flavor and texture.
Use a cookie press to create lovely shapes in this classic buttery cookie from Germany.
Classic German Spritz cookie recipe redolent of gingerbread spices.