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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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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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