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Almond macaroons, graham cracker crumbs and almond biscotti can all be used in place of amaretti cookies in a recipe. However, the substitute best used in place of amaretti cookies depends on the recipe.

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Biscotti cookies and pignoli cookies are popular types of Italian cookies. Biscotti cookies are twice-baked with added fruit or nuts and normally eaten with coffee, while pignoli cookies are almond macaroons with pine nuts.

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These Italian pignoli cookies (or pine nut cookies) are popular in Sicily and southern Italy at Christmas time. Enjoy with coffee or espresso. The Spruce Eats / Kristina Vanni Pignoli is the Italian word for pine nuts. These are the edible seeds of pine trees and are often used in both savory and sw

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Susan Willey Spalt Carrboro, NC Shortly after World War II, Spalt's mother, then a new bride, met a German woman who taught her how to make these delectable meringuelike sandwich cookies. "My mother died several years ago," says Spalt. & We may earn commission from links on this page, but we only

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Quick and easy homemade gingersnap cookies with warm spices and molasses taste like the holidays. Give as a gift or take to a cookie exchange. The Spruce / Kristina Vanni Gingersnaps have been enjoyed for centuries. In fact, the early versions of these spiced cookies were likely invented by medieval

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Everyone's doing it: cutting down on sugar. In fact, Food Network predicts that this is one of the biggest trends of 2020. Catherine's cookies are here for us, sweetened without any refined sugar. Made from just four ingredients—banana, dates, coconut flakes and sesame seeds—they're nut-free, gluten

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Packed with enough ingredients to fuel a cowboy on a long trail, these are like granola bars in cookie form. In this class, Rick Martinez will teach us how to make cowboy cookies that we can really sink our teeth into—on or off the trail.

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Make the best Cowboy Cookies with this easy recipe. Find thousands of free, expert-tested, printable recipes on HowStuffWorks.com. Advertisement Cowboy Cookies Loaded with raisins, nuts and chocolate chips, these are a cookie-jar favorite that kids love! Makes about 4 dozen cookies Advertisement Ad

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Check out Plums Amaretti dessert recipes at WomansDay.com. Every item on this page was chosen by a Woman's Day editor. We may earn commission on some of the items you choose to buy. For a lowfat treat that's full of nutty crunch, try these plum wedges that are topped with almond-sugar syrup, chilled