Neapolitan Cookies

The oval, brown seed of a soft fruit, nutmeg has a warm, sweet, spicy flavor. Inside the fruit, the nutmeg seed is enclosed in a lacy red cage that, when lifted away and ground, is known as the spice mace. In small amounts, nutmeg acts as a subtle flavor booster in savory dishes, but it is most frequently used to flavor sweet treats, including custards, cakes and cookies. Whole nutmeg keeps its flavor much longer than ground nutmeg. Always grate nutmeg just before using. Use the finest rasps on a box grater, or a specialized nutmeg grater.
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kusinera
Hayward, CA
February 2, 2011
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It's like eating icecream but it's a cookie.
February 2, 2011
Perfect recipe. Baking this cookie needs more time than baking a simple sugar cookie but it was worth the time and effort. All you need is a little patience in making the 2 other flavors of the batter,but you will not break a sweat doing that. Next time I will add strawberry flavor to the pink batter. You can also use the basic batter recipe to make different flavors to mix and match, like orange, chocolate and vanilla. Also, you can combine flavors like chocolate, pistachio and white chocolate. Just make sure to really push down hard the batter when you form them on the pan to make sure that the layers will adhere to each other. The cookies I made looked exactly as the one on the picture.
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Lovely
Livermore, CA
May 2, 2010
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Beautiful yummy make ahead cookie
May 2, 2010
I have made these cookies many times they are perfect for a tea or mother's day. They are really beautiful and you can make the dough ahead of time then just slice and bake when you need them.