Almond Crescent Cookies

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Almond crescentcookies are a truly international dessert. Austrians call them “vanillekipferl.” They are known as “rogaliki” in Poland. Italians call them “mezzalunas.”

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These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

here we show you the many ways to bake almond crescent cookies

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

Almond crescentcookies are a truly international dessert.  Austrians call them “vanillekipferl.”  They are known as “rogaliki” in Poland.  Italians call them “mezzalunas.”  They taste like Chinese almond cookies and look similar to Lebanese mamool, Greek kourambiethes and Mexican wedding cookies.  A good shake of confectioners sugar makes it easy to see how the snowy sweets are holiday favorites.  Variations include mixing in or rolling the dough in slivered almonds.  Don’t like powdered…

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

Almond crescentcookies are a truly international dessert.  Austrians call them “vanillekipferl.”  They are known as “rogaliki” in Poland.  Italians call them “mezzalunas.”  They taste like Chinese almond cookies and look similar to Lebanese mamool, Greek kourambiethes and Mexican wedding cookies.  A good shake of confectioners sugar makes it easy to see how the snowy sweets are holiday favorites.  Variations include mixing in or rolling the dough in slivered almonds.  Don’t like powdered…

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

Almond crescentcookies are a truly international dessert.  Austrians call them “vanillekipferl.”  They are known as “rogaliki” in Poland.  Italians call them “mezzalunas.”  They taste like Chinese almond cookies and look similar to Lebanese mamool, Greek kourambiethes and Mexican wedding cookies.  A good shake of confectioners sugar makes it easy to see how the snowy sweets are holiday favorites.  Variations include mixing in or rolling the dough in slivered almonds.  Don’t like powdered…

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

Almond crescentcookies are a truly international dessert.  Austrians call them “vanillekipferl.”  They are known as “rogaliki” in Poland.  Italians call them “mezzalunas.”  They taste like Chinese almond cookies and look similar to Lebanese mamool, Greek kourambiethes and Mexican wedding cookies.  A good shake of confectioners sugar makes it easy to see how the snowy sweets are holiday favorites.  Variations include mixing in or rolling the dough in slivered almonds.  Don’t like powdered…

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

Almond crescentcookies are a truly international dessert.  Austrians call them “vanillekipferl.”  They are known as “rogaliki” in Poland.  Italians call them “mezzalunas.”  They taste like Chinese almond cookies and look similar to Lebanese mamool, Greek kourambiethes and Mexican wedding cookies.  A good shake of confectioners sugar makes it easy to see how the snowy sweets are holiday favorites.  Variations include mixing in or rolling the dough in slivered almonds.  Don’t like powdered…

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

Almond crescentcookies are a truly international dessert.  Austrians call them “vanillekipferl.”  They are known as “rogaliki” in Poland.  Italians call them “mezzalunas.”  They taste like Chinese almond cookies and look similar to Lebanese mamool, Greek kourambiethes and Mexican wedding cookies.  A good shake of confectioners sugar makes it easy to see how the snowy sweets are holiday favorites.  Variations include mixing in or rolling the dough in slivered almonds.  Don’t like powdered…

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

here we show you the many ways to bake almond crescent cookies

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

here we show you the many ways to bake almond crescent cookies

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

here we show you the many ways to bake almond crescent cookies

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

here we show you the many ways to bake almond crescent cookies

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

here we show you the many ways to bake almond crescent cookies

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

Almond crescentcookies are a truly international dessert.  Austrians call them “vanillekipferl.”  They are known as “rogaliki” in Poland.  Italians call them “mezzalunas.”  They taste like Chinese almond cookies and look similar to Lebanese mamool, Greek kourambiethes and Mexican wedding cookies.  A good shake of confectioners sugar makes it easy to see how the snowy sweets are holiday favorites.  Variations include mixing in or rolling the dough in slivered almonds.  Don’t like powdered…

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

Almond crescentcookies are a truly international dessert.  Austrians call them “vanillekipferl.”  They are known as “rogaliki” in Poland.  Italians call them “mezzalunas.”  They taste like Chinese almond cookies and look similar to Lebanese mamool, Greek kourambiethes and Mexican wedding cookies.  A good shake of confectioners sugar makes it easy to see how the snowy sweets are holiday favorites.  Variations include mixing in or rolling the dough in slivered almonds.  Don’t like powdered…

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!

Almond crescentcookies are a truly international dessert.  Austrians call them “vanillekipferl.”  They are known as “rogaliki” in Poland.  Italians call them “mezzalunas.”  They taste like Chinese almond cookies and look similar to Lebanese mamool, Greek kourambiethes and Mexican wedding cookies.  A good shake of confectioners sugar makes it easy to see how the snowy sweets are holiday favorites.  Variations include mixing in or rolling the dough in slivered almonds.  Don’t like powdered…

Almond Crescent Cookies - Cookie Baker

These traditional almond crescent cookies will almost melt in your mouth. To get the proper consistency in these cookies, make sure the almonds are finely ground, not chopped!