Kippels

 Yesterday I made my mother's kippels for the wedding.  These are the cookies I most associate with her.  I remember carefully folding these with her when I was a very little girl.

 I made hundreds of them.

I could have used a little helper!  1200 cookies so far and still counting.

Comments

Mary said…
I am assuming you freeze all these cookies right? Any helpful hints for freezing. They all look delicious.
I've eaten something very similar to these and I really should make some myself because they are delicious!

Have a great day!

Christer.
Hopefully the Blog Tech and his bride will provide you with a little helper or two in due course!
Nellie said…
What delicious cookies these must be!! How much longer do you have to bake the needed cookies?
linda said…
My favorite cookie. I made so many for my sons wedding and they were gone in a flash. I swear I made hundreds. Mine didn't roll as nice as yours. You are a professional I am an amateur. Lol. Perfect!,,
TARYTERRE said…
Never had a kippel. Looks interesting and yummy. 1200 cookies and counting. You are on a roll.
chickpea678 said…
*Amazed* at your baking prowess. These last cookie posts have been incredible!!! The guests could eat only cookies at the reception and go away happy :)!
Guillaume said…
They look like cannoli.
Gemmagirl said…
I thought the same as guillaume. Maybe it's me being Italian. They look great and I bet taste fabulous. All the best in your endeavours.
Susan said…
So, that's what they're called! A friend's mom (high school age) used to make these around the holidays and I inhaled them!