Swiss Icebox Cookies

4 years ago
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I fell in love with Swiss Icebox Cookies a few years ago. When my cousin gave me the recipe (thanks D) I didn’t expect much, because it seemed they were made of familiar ingredients. But when I tried them, soon I found out they were terribly addictive – I just couldn’t stop eating them. Slice-and-bake icebox cookies (or refrigerator cookies) are very practical. You can prepare them ahead of time and keep them in your freezer. Then you can just pull-out when you need them, and bake straight from the freezer. This comes especially handy in holiday season or when preparing for a large party. Not to mention unexpected guests or sudden cookie cravings. Another reason the recipe for Swiss Icebox Cookies is awesome is that it doesn’t require a cookie cutter. Make these cookies into ready-to-slice tubes, wrap with plastic and keep until ready to bake. Read more...

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