12 Days of Cookies: Bachelor’s Buttons
It's day 9 of The Daily Meal's 12 Days of Cookies, bringing you a new cookie recipe each day and a chance to win a copy of 'The Daily Cookie'
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It’s cookie season and people all around the world are baking, cutting, sprinkling, wrapping, and giving out all kinds of different cookies. To celebrate this festive time of the year and to bring you some new inspiration, we’re sharing 12 cookie recipes with you, one every day from now until Christmas Eve. These aren’t just any old cookie recipes, either — they’re recipes from cookie and history-enthusiast Anna Ginsberg and her cookbook The Daily Cookie, which is filled with 365 cookie recipes that honor and celebrate notable events throughout history. Along with giving you something new to bake in the kitchen, these 12 days of cookies give you a chance to win a copy of the book every day we share a recipe, so you’ll be able to enjoy a cookie recipe every day of the year, not just right before Christmas.
Today’s cookies are Bachelor's Buttons, because today, Dec. 20, in 1820, the state of Missouri placed a $1 tax on any bachelors between the ages of 21 and 50 for being unmarried. These cute little rounds pay tribute to those single men of Missouri, and are delicious with a golden sugar crust and a tangy jam filling.
Want more cookie recipes like this one? Tweet this (up to once a day): I just entered to win a copy of The Daily Cookie from @TheDailyMeal & @AndrewsMcMeel #12DaysofCookies bit.ly/V8Wcun — and a collection of 365 cookie recipes may be yours.
Anne Dolce is the Cook Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @anniecdolce
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