Apple Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting
A true family favorite, apples and cinnamon with apple cookies with cream cheese frosting combine with all the fluffy, light and very delicious.
This family favorite is a true bite of fall and winter, the apple cookies with cinnamon cream cheese frosting with the taste of cinnamon and apple combine with a cakey cookie.
When added to the sweet cream cheese frosting it gives you a perfect Christmas and thanksgiving cookie.
To make this delicious Apple cookie with Cream Cheese Frosting, you need these ingredients to produce a mouth-watering cookie your whole family will love.
1 cup Butter (Sweet Cream Salted),
1 teaspoon Vanilla,
3 cups All-Purpose Flour,
1 teaspoon Baking Soda,
1 cup Granulated Sugar,
1/2 cup Brown Sugar,
1/2 teaspoon Salt,
1 teaspoon Cinnamon,
1 cup finely diced and peeled tart apples.
Peal a tart apple and dice it, really recommended getting 1 cup of diced apples to use.
Using a bowl large enough, sugar and cream butter until it looks fluffy and light, add vanilla and eggs, mix in baking powder, salt and cinnamon. Make sure to mix it very well, then add cups of flour 11/2 and mix until it binds together, then adds diced apples and mix very well.
Time to bake, To make a good cookie, bake in the oven at 375 degrees for about 13-15 minutes. Another way is to bake until around the edges turn golden brown. Then let it cool.
To make cream cheese frosting the cookies, using a mixer, add the cream cheese, vanilla, and butter and blend it together until it is well bonded.
Time to frost the apple cookies with cream cheeses frosting delightfully.
Ingredients for cream cheese frosting
For a yummy apple cookie, this is the ingredients needed for cream cheese frosting, ½ Cup Butter (Sweet Cream Salted), 8 oz. block of Cream Cheese.
To make this apple cookies more yummy and enticing, dust the cinnamon on the cream cheeses frosting.
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