Walnut cookies that are made with simple ingredients and easy to prepare. They make a great snack and also yummy edible presents!
Hi, friends! Crunchy and nutty Walnut Cookies, easily prepared with simple ingredients, is the recipe for today. This is a recipe from the cookbook, 'Del Blog A La Mesa' from my Chilean fellow blogger, Pilar Hernadez.
She is the culinary mind behind the bilingual food blog, En Mi Cocina Hoy (in Spanish) and Chilean Food and Garden (in English).
ABOUT WALNUT COOKIES RECIPE
This is a walnuts cookies recipe that is simple to prepare and requires no special skills. It only involves beating flour, sugar, baking powder, butter, eggs, salt, and walnuts in the bowl of a mixer, then rolling the mixture into balls, and baking...
Voila, there you have it-- delish walnut cookies that are ready to be devoured with milk, coffee, tea, or other of your choice.
Can't believe it? Well, just check out Pilar's recipe! Here she is, in her own words:
WHEN TO MAKE WALNUT COOKIES
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Easy Walnut Cookies
- 1 ½ cups all-purpose flour
- ½ cup powdered sugar
- 1 ½ teaspoon baking powder
- 8 Tablespoons unsalted butter at room temperature
- 2 large eggs
- Pinch salt
- 1 cup finely chopped walnuts
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Cover a baking tray with a Silpat or parchment paper.
- Sift flour and baking powder. In a bowl with the mixer on low speed or by hand mix the butter with the sugar and the pinch of salt until it is all integrated. About 3 minutes with the mixer.
- Add one egg and one egg yolk, continue beating at low speed until thoroughly incorporated. Add the sifted flour and baking powder and combine at low speed or working with a fork, you will get a soft dough. Form 30 balls 1" in diameter.
- Roll the balls of dough into the remaining egg white, and then toss with the chopped walnuts, place on the prepared tray and bake for 15-18 minutes until they are brown on the bottom. Let cool on a rack and serve cold. Store in an airtight container for a one week.
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John/Kitchen Riffs says
Good to meet you, Pilar! And thanks for such a terrific recipe. These cookies look great, plus I'll bet they're packed with flavor. Thanks!
Denise Browning says
These are super delish... so mutty and crunchy outside.
Cookies are always welcome at my house. These easy and scrumptious treats would make a wonderful afternoon snack.
Denise Browning says
In mine too, Deb! My girls are crazy for cookies and these are no exception. I prefer mine with a good cup of coffee and them, with milk. 😉
Mi Vida en un Dulce says
You are right, so easy to make.
Hey, Pilar, me encanta la lúcuma!!!
Little Cooking Tips says
Congrats for these easy, yummy cookies Pilar! Plus, this recipe is super versatile; you can also roll the cookies on other nuts or even coconut flakes, right? Can't wait to give these a try, as soon as the weather starts to cool a bit down here:):)
Thank you for introducing another awesome blogger to all us out here dear Denise!
Denise Browning says
Yes, absolutely! One of these days I am gonna reproduce this recipe with pecans, my husband's fave nut. Thanks a ton for stopping by. xx
Looks so delish! Definitely this would go well with a cold glass of milk
Loved these simple and tasty cookies! I did incorporate some of the walnut mixture into the dough just to add a more walnut texture and taste! Keeper recipe!!