These spider spritz cookies make the perfect spritz cookie regardless of what disk pattern you choose. The cookies are rich and buttery. They hold their shape and the edges brown up perfectly! Need another cute spider Halloween dessert to pair with these spider spritz cookies? These Spider Whoopie Pies are perfect!
Spider Spritz Cookies
I love making spritz cookies with a cookie press. They are so simple to whip together. The best part is that in one click, you have a pretty design stuck to your cookie sheet. No rolling out or digging through the drawer of cookie cutters. I love using cookie cutters, but I’ll be honest. I’m severely lacking in the counter space.
Of course, I make it work because a dessert and baking blog without some kind of roll-out cookies sounds pretty tragic. Plus, I have a billion cookie cutters. It’s important to me that I at least use them once or twice.
You can also color the cookie dough. I wanted to do my spiders black, but I used up the last of my black gel paste color and forgot to replace it. I was also thinking of doing different flavors for the OXO Autumn disk set. Actually, I only have one flavor in mind and it’s chocolate for the cute little turkey. Oh, and maybe pumpkin spice for the pumpkins.
Guys! My son has finally gone back to school. I feel like that heartless parent. Everyone is posting how sad they are that their child is headed back to school and I’m celebrating that I get a minute of peace and quiet. Don’t get me wrong, I love Lucian with every single piece of my heart, but mama needs a break to catch up on work. Plus, he gets our new dog wound up to the max and it’s like having two super hyper 6-year-old kids running around the house leaping off the couch and such.
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How to make Spider Spritz Cookies
Spider Spritz Cookies
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- In a large bowl, add in the butter and granulated sugar. Mix on medium until incorporated.
- Add in the egg yolk, vanilla extract, and milk. Mix on medium until the milk is combined.
- Add in the flour and salt. Mix on low until most of the flour is worked in. Turn mixer on medium and finish working in the remaining flour.
- Fill the cookie press up with the cookie dough. Click the cookie press handle until the cookie dough is forming a complete design.
- Place the cookie press onto a nonstick cookie sheet. Click the cookie press. Pick up and move to the next spot. Repeat until the cookie sheet is full of cookies.
- Place into the preheated oven and bake for 6 minutes. Let cool on cookie sheet for 5 - 10 minutes before transferring to a cooling rack.
OXO provided me the cookie press, autumn disk set, cookie sheet, and cookie spatula to use and review for you. As always, all opinions are my own.
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