St. Patrick’s Day Cookies

Celebrate the feast of Saint Patrick’s with these creamy and delicious Irish cream cookies. Or make them all year round!

    Recipe

    Ingredients

    For the Cookie Dough:

    • 8 oz. Unsalted Butter, room temp.
    • 1 1/2 cups Sugar
    • 1 Egg
    • 1 Egg yolk
    • 1 tsp. Vanilla Extract
    • 4 cups All-Purpose Flour
    • 1 tbsp. Baking Powder
    • 1/2 tsp. Salt
    • 1/2 cup Irish Cream

    For the Irish Cream Filling:

    • 8 oz. Unsalted Butter, room temp.
    • •2 1/2 cups Powdered Sugar
    • •6 tbsp. Irish Cream
    • •2 tbsp. Instant Coffee

    To Garnish:

    • 1 cup Melted Dark Chocolate for dipping
    • Green sprinkles for decorating

    Directions

    For the Cookie Dough:

    1. Combine All-Purpose Flour along with baking power and salt. Reserve in bowl.
    2. In a mixer cream the butter and sugar until it’s light and fluffy. Add egg and egg yolk.
    3. Add the flour mixed in with baking powder and salt.
    4. Mix in vanilla extract, then slowly add Irish cream.
    5. Wrap cookie dough in plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least an hour.
    6. Roll out dough & cut out cookies using a clover-shaped cookie cutter.
    7. Bake cookies for 8-10 mins. at 375°F.
    8. Let cookies chill at least 30 minutes.
    9. Sandwich cookies with Irish Cream Filling, dip in melted dark chocolate and garnish with sprinkles.

    For the Irish Cream Filling:

    1. Cream the butter with sugar.
    2. Add coffee and Irish cream and keep mixing until it thickens.
    3. Refrigerate for an hour in a plastic bag.

    Pro Tips

    Use your favorite dark Mexican chocolate to dip these delicious cookies.

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