Spritz Cookies Recipe Demonstration – Joyofbaking.com


Recipe here: http://www.joyofbaking.com/SpritzCookies.html Stephanie Jaworski of Joyofbaking.com demonstrates how to make Spritz Cookies. Spritz Cookies, also known as Swedish Butter Cookies or Pressed Butter Cookies, are a very popular Christmas cookie, not only in Scandinavia, but also here in North America. They have a lovely sweet and buttery vanilla flavor with a texture that is tender crisp. As their name implies, “Spritz” is German for “spritzen” meaning “to squirt”, which is exactly what is done with this cookie dough. By that I mean we make these cookies using a cookie press (gun).

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20 comments

  1. MERRY CHANTHA HOUR COOKIES I LOVE YOU MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS FROM THE BOTTEN OF MY HEART IS FULL OF JOY I LOVE YOU J O Y E N J O Y ENJOY YOUR COOKIES BYE JELLY AND JELL O JELLY BYE

  2. I started making Spritz cookies with my mom when I was a kid. Only difference is we always use the recipe that came with our old cookie press using almond extract instead of vanilla; great flavor! Full flavor develops in one day.

  3. Stephanie you are the most excellent baker ever! Always watch your videos and just love your presentation and how you explain the reasons behind the methods. Your fans love you 😀

  4. Hi joy I’m about to make these cookies for Christmas thanks for recipe but I wanted to ask unless I missed it do this batter uses baking soda or powder thanks and Merry Christmas 🎄

  5. I baked these cookies yesterday, but replace the butter with odorless coconut oil. They were delicious, but they devour very easily. I think I have to use less amount of coconut oil.

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