Also known as icebox cookies, drop cookies are made from a sticky dough that patient people refrigerate before baking, Coppedge explains.
Made by squeezing dough through a cookie press, spritz cookies fall into this category. “They spread a little but hold their shape well,” Coppedge says.
While binders such as milk or egg may also be included in roll-out cookie recipes, the result tends to be a firm but tender dough that holds its shape quite nicely.
Some specialty cookies technically fall into “cake” or “other” territory due to the way the batter is made.
Black and White Cookies
The treat is flipped after baking and covered with black and white fondant icing.
They’re like sugar cookies but they aren’t garnished with sugar,”