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Spiced Applesauce cookies are the perfect pairing with a cup of tea. All the best flavors of fall in a tender cookie with a cinnamon drizzle.
Spiced Applesauce Cookies
Welcome back to the midpoint of #AppleWeek 2019! The feel of fall is just barely in the air around here, mostly in the mornings you get that brisk feeling. And the leaves are starting to turn, so of course, I’m heading to the kitchen to make all sorts of apple dishes.Find my other #AppleWeek recipes listed below:
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Spiced Applesauce Cookies are a great use of applesauce whether homemade or store-bought. I had a huge jar staring at me in my pantry and I figured why not put it to good use during #AppleWeek.
There’s nothing complicated about Spiced Applesauce Cookies, just some great fall flavors in a tender cookie. I added a quick cinnamon glaze which you can drizzle on or dip the cookies into. That’s optional, but it adds another level of fall flavor.
One of the ingredients in Spiced Applesauce Cookies is Bob’s Red Mill All-Purpose Organic Flour. It is a pantry staple in my house. The quality is amazing and you know your baked good will taste delicious. Click HERE to find out more about Bob’s Red Mill, you’ll wanna stock up before the holiday baking season kicks into full swing.
What ingredients do you need to make Spiced Applesauce Cookies?
- Baking Powder
- Spices: Cinnamon, Allspice, Nutmeg & Cloves
- Brown Sugar
- Sour Cream
- Powdered Sugar
Some tips for making Spiced Applesauce Cookies:
- I made smaller cookies using a 1.5″ scoop.
- Makes approximately 2.5 dozen cookies.
- Allow glaze to harden prior to stacking cookies.
Simple steps for making Spiced Applesauce Cookies:
Add flour and spices to mixing bowl, stir to combine.
In a large mixing bowl combine: egg, brown sugar, applesauce, and sour cream. Combine thoroughly.
Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients. Add oats and stir completely.
Scoop dough on a parchment paper-lined baking sheet. Bake 14-16 minutes. Allow cookies to cool prior to glazing. Mix glaze ingredients together and drizzle over top of cookies.
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