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Almond Cutout Cookie Recipe for Cookie Cutters

Almond Cutout Cookie Recipe for Cookie Cutters

These almond cookies will hold their shape when cut out, bake with a soft bite, and are full of that warm and toasty almond flavor you love. The secret to a rich almond taste is to lightly toast the almond flour before you bake, bringing out the full body flavor.
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Dana Bemboom - December 5, 2022

Oh my God, I cannot wait to try this recipe. I already have the vanilla bean paste from you, so I just need to get the almond emulsion. So excited!!

Diana - December 5, 2022

Could you please convert measurements to what you would use in grams please?… tia❤
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The Cookie Countess replied:
Sure! Here are the measurements in grams: Sugar – 402g Butter – 545g Almond Emulsion – 10g Vanilla Bean Paste – 5g All Purpose Flour – 625g Almond Flour – 96g

Amy - December 5, 2022

What is almond emulsion?
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The Cookie Countess replied:
A baking emulsion is a flavor suspended in a base containing mostly water. In contrast, baking extracts are flavors suspended in a base containing mostly alcohol. Our Bakery Emulsions are not compromised by the flavor of alcohol and don’t “bake out” when exposed to heat like an extract flavor. Use Almond Bakery Emulsion anywhere you would add almond extract – with better results! It’s excellent for adding delicious flavor to cookies, cakes and sweet breads.

Sarah Meza - December 5, 2022

Good afternoon.I’m going to be baking a lot of cookies this Christmas. Can a storage the cookie dough in the freezer? For how long can it be in the freezer?
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The Cookie Countess replied:
Yes, you can store this in the freezer for several weeks at least!

Leonor - December 5, 2022

Can I omit almond emulsion? And just do almond flour? Don’t like the taste of almond flavoring!
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The Cookie Countess replied:
Almond Emulsion is actually a little different than typical almond flavoring, so you might like this recipe as is! If you don’t like almond flavoring, our classic sugar cookie recipe would probably be a better choice 😊

Andra - December 5, 2022

Can these almond cookies be made with a gluten free flour?
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The Cookie Countess replied:
Yes, we find that Bob’s Red Mill 1-1 Gluten Free flour usually yields the best results!

Marie - December 2, 2022

Can these be stored? For how long? Asking because I want to decorate some and give as christmas favors, but would need them to last 4-5 days for that.
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The Cookie Countess replied:
You can freeze these cookies once decorated in an airtight container and they’ll be good for up to a few weeks! ________________________________

Yosonda - October 3, 2022

Love this

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