Holiday Tea Cookies

This standard holiday cookie platter member is popular any time of year.

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Servings 40cookies
Prep Time 25minutes
Cook Time 10 - 12minutes
Passive Time 2hours or overnight
Submitted By Sarah House for Bob's Red Mill Test Kitchen
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Servings 40cookies
Prep Time 25minutes
Cook Time 10 - 12minutes
Passive Time 2hours or overnight
Submitted By Sarah House for Bob's Red Mill Test Kitchen
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Instructions
  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
  2. In a bowl, combine butter, ½ cup powdered sugar and vanilla extract until very creamy, about 4 minutes. Meanwhile, mix together Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour and Hazelnut Meal and salt in a small bowl.
  3. Add flour mixture to the butter mixture and mix until just combined.
  4. Scoop cookie dough into approximately 1-inch wide balls and place on prepared baking sheet. Wrap baking sheet in plastic wrap and refrigerate cookie dough for at least 2 hours or overnight.
  5. When ready to bake cookies, preheat oven to 375°F and line baking sheets with parchment paper. Place remaining 2 cups of powdered sugar in a large bowl.
  6. Toss cookies in powdered sugar to coat and place on prepared baking sheets about 1-inch apart. Bake until the bottoms are lightly browned, 10 – 12 minutes. Immediately and carefully roll hot cookies in powdered sugar and transfer to a rack to cool completely.
  7. Toss cookies a third time in powdered sugar once completely cooled.
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6 thoughts on “Holiday Tea Cookies

    1. Recipe Specialist

      There isn’t a suitable substitute for the Hazelnut Meal called for in our Holiday Tea Cookies recipe that matches your dietary needs. You may be interested in the Wedding Cookies recipe. Though this recipe calls for butter and eggs, you may use common substitutes. You may also leave out the pecan halves without any adjustments.

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    1. Recipe Specialist

      You may use Almond Meal/Flour in place of the Hazelnut Meal, one for one, in this recipe for Holiday Tea Cookies.

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  1. Laura

    How can your cookie recipes be classified as “low carb” when they have as much as 2-1/2 cups of sugar in them?

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    1. Recipe Specialist

      The recipes present on our website are listed as low carb if the nutrition facts list carbohydrates at 5% or less per serving.

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