Crisp, but smooth, light but indulgent, there’s something about Florentine Lace Cookies that makes you stop and basque in that bite and in that moment. These cookies go by many names, and they were staple cookies in the local bakery’s cookie case near me for ages. Luckily, these cookies are super simple to make and come together for you to enjoy in no time.
As the name might suggest, this type of cookie originated in Florence Italy, but the more you dig, the more you find this cookie popping up in countless countries. Even if the Florentine Lace Cookie has a hodge-podge crazy quilt for an origin story, the cookie itself never changes. It’s a golden paper-thin cookie made with butter, nuts, sugar, cream, and syrup.
Here, this cookie base is comprised of butter, light brown sugar, almond flour, and salt. Binding ingredients like corn syrup and an egg white hold everything together, and a heavy splash of vanilla gives it a punch of flavor.
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