These Cranberry Pistachio Cookies are pretty much heaven- Salty pistachios with lovely glucose cookie dough and tart cranberries. GUEST POST by Fake Ginger

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Pistachios are sort of my issue this season. Pistachio glaciers cream, pistachio pudding, pistachios on salad. I am about the pistachio. Back in the summer I needed a full miserable week of small cuts under my nails from a pistachio consuming session that lasted method longer than it should have. It had been bad.

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If you love pistachios like me personally, you must try these cookies. Salty pistachios with sweet sugar cookie dough and tart cranberries? Come on. Is there an improved combination? My children usually won’t consume cookies with nut products but they were a hit with all three of these.

Cranberry Pistachio Cookies

Salty pistachios with nice sugar cookie dough and tart cranberries- just about heaven.

1 (3.4 ounce) container pistachio pudding mix

1/2 cup dried cranberries

Line 2 baking bed sheets with parchment paper.

Whisk together glucose cookie combine, pistachio pudding combine, and flour. Don’t worry about clumps.

Increase butter and eggs. Make use of an electric mixer to defeat until combined, about 2 mins.

Use a silicone spatula to fold in pistachios and cranberries.

Bake 9 – 11 mins or until the edges are a very light golden dark brown. Cool completely on the wire rack.

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