3 ucps all-purpose flour
1/2 cup of milk
1 cup sugar
3 tsp baking powder
1 cup vegetable oil
4 cups confectionary sugar
4 tbsp anisette syrup
rainbow sprinkles – as much as you need
You do not need a special occasions to bake a batch of delicious Italian cookies.
These mouthwatering cookies are dressed in anisette to add color and grace to any dinner table. But during holiday seasons such as Christmas and Easter these are preferred even more!
Cherry on top, you can use any topping to sprinkle on it as per the taste of your friends and family. Let’s have a look at its very easy recipe.
Italian cookies are a rich combination of all-purpose flour and sugar. You will certainly not find them on top of the list of healthy foods but they do make the best holiday deserts. However, if they are eaten in moderation you will never find any problems with your health whatsoever.
Make your festivals fun and bright with these delicious Italian cookies that will leave your guests praising your baking skills for days!
How to Make Italian Cookies
For the Cookies
The literal meaning of Biscotti is to bake. It is derived from two words: Bis means ‘twice’ and Cotto which means ‘baked’.