300g Soft Butter
1 Egg white (about 40g)
1 tsp Vanilla flavor
300g Plain flour – sifted
225g Ground hazelnut
1 tsp Cinnamon powder
- Mix sifted plain flour, ground hazelnut and cinnamon powder ~ well together. Put aside for later use.
- Cream soft butter, sugar and vanilla flavor until light and fluffy at medium speed.
- Change to low speed, slowly add in egg white and continue beating, then gradually add in flour ingredients, mix well and stop machine. (Do not beat too long)
- Use spatula to scoop dough into the cookie press. (can use piping bag)
- Press dough through press on to baking tray (lined with silicon paper) about 1/2″ apart.
- Bake at preheated oven 180C for about 12 mins or golden brown,
- Allow cookies to cool on baking tray one minute then remove to wire racks to cool completely.
- Then store in airtight container.
Hi anncoo… any idea where can I get the exact same cookie press set in your 1st pic above? My mum accidentally gave mine away
Hi Chris, The cookie press available at Phoon Huat.
yum!! the cookies should be very fragrant with the add on of cinnamon. 😉
Leave butter in room temperature until butter becomes soft.
How is Soft butter? is it margerine?
Hi Erica & Murasaki,
I love hazelnuts so I'd love these. 🙂
Wow! They look great!
Mamatkamal & CBL: Thank you for your compliments 😀
I like the way u present ur cookies, nice presentation and of coz the cookies itself. 🙂
I like cookies and yours made with hazelnut must be very tasty. Thanks for sharing your recipe with us. Have a nice day.
This is used of hazelnut powder and is a good combination with cinnamon powder, you may like to try this 🙂
I've heard of almond cookies, but never hazelnut ones! Lovely! I wonder if there is a slightly nuttier taste?
Ashley : Yeah, no egg white, some even don't have to add egg too 😀
Kevin & Emi: Thank you 😀
These cookie look so cute and tasty. I don't have a cookie press, but now I want one 🙂
Almond cookies are among my favorites and hazelnut cookies sound great as well!
This recipe just need egg white not whole egg…. 1st time I heard…. haha!!!
Alisa: Thank you for your nice words 🙂
That is deliciously lovely! Don't you just love using a cookie press?!Great post!
wow. The cookies look perfect.
Titania & Carrie: Thanks for visiting and please come often and drop a few lines 😀
These look delicious and beautiful!!
Hi Ann; thank you for following.my blog. Your cookies look good and the recipe sounds delicious. I love baking, but I never use a cookie press. I have tried but it is to fiddly for me. I bake a similar cookie. It is an Italian recipe called Nocciolette, (Hazelnut cookies)
Laura: Never try to us pistacchios before, maybe can have a good try 😀
Christine: Yes is really very crispy:D
Barbara: Thank you!
Hazlenuts are my favorite nuts! Though now in summer, I am buying a lot of pistacchios here in Santa Monica California, they are delicious!
You cookies look great – and I am not sure I can make them with pistacchios!
Beautiful presentation! Your cookies look great!
You used egg white, so your cookies must be very crispy ! Yum!!!
You'll definitely love this after you trying them:D
I love hazelnuts! I just bought a metric scale so that I could make recipes like this with greater ease and comfort as I am terrible at math and had a difficult time converting the ingredients into our standard measures. I cannot wait to try these. I know I will love them!
SIS: WOW, next time can gather all bloggers to stay in the street…call Bloggers Street…haha..
I also want to be your neighbour leh, hahahaha….
Sylwia: Thank you and hope you will like it.
Yes, It's really fun and enjoyable to have family member to do things together in the kitchen.
Our kids sometime help me to mix batter and making gingerbread cookies with their little hands.
I love hazelnuts! Those cookies look so yummy. My daughter and husband would love these little nibbles! I will have to try these one of these days.
These look wonderful. I love my cookie press. My Mom and my Aunts and Grandmom used a cookie press for Christmas cookies. It was like a fun assembly line in the kitchen. One Aunt would measure, my Mom would mix it all into the mixer, my Aunt would prepare the cookie sheets and put the cookies in and out of the over, another Aunt would decorate the cookies with sprinkles. They would all pack the cookies to take home in little metal tins to give to their friends as Christmas gifts. What did I do? I was the official taste tester:)
Hi Nat: Thank you!
Rachel: Yes very crispy and smell nice too. Can use the disposal piping bag.
I don't mind to be your god-sister…hehehehe…everyday got yummy cookies to eat !
I like hazelnut, the cookies looks yummy.. this hazelnut cookies should be crispy right?
Mm… is the dough very soft, because i don't have the cookies bag or piping bag at home..@~@
How nice! they must be so yummy too!
Thank you! I normally bake cookies at our kids request.
I will only bake cookies during CNY, so I will keep this recipe first when wait until next year CNY, hehehe..
Thank you Yummy Koh, I don't mind to share with you.
Lone Acorn, Janny77, Rohit & Petite Nyonya:
Something is wrong in my posting. I saw your comment earlier but when I click to publish~~it is gone~~sorry about it.
Anyway, thank you for your compliments.
Wow …. looks good! How I wish I am your neighbour – every day can smell something nice and I dont mind being your guinea pig! haha