Kelly Schulte Recipe

Peaches and Cream Cookies

By Kelly Schulte MrsSchulte


I love making these fancy cookies for parties! These are an adults only cookie as they contain Sweet Vermouth. They are great for summer cook-outs! Peachy sweetness with southern flair.

Blue Ribbon Recipe

Notes from the Test Kitchen:
Cute as a button! If you like vermouth you will LOVE these darling sweet treats... and so will your friends!


1 c
vegetable oil
3 tsp
baking powder
1 c
4 c
1 box
vanilla pudding mix
1 c
sweet vermouth
1/4 tsp
orange food coloring
1/4 tsp
green food coloring
2 c
confectioners' sugar
2 tsp
3 Tbsp
stick margerine softened

Directions Step-By-Step

Beat eggs slightly, then add oil, baking powder, flour and sugar. Mix well and refrigerate overnight or for several hours.
When your dough is cool. Roll it in your hands to make walnut sized balls or smaller. Place them on a cookie sheet and bake at 350 for 15-18 minutes.

While these are baking, make your vanilla pudding according to the package directions.
When they have cooled, use a small melon baller to scoop out the centers of two balls and fill each in with a spoon of pudding. Put the two cookies together. Continue doing this until all of your pudding filled balls have been made.
In a bowl mix 1 cup of Sweet Vermouth and 1/4 tsp of orange food coloring. Dip each cookie into the Vermouth mixture and then set on a rack to drain, but do not let it dry. After each cookie sits on the rack for a minute or so, roll it in a bowl of granulated sugar, and set back on the rack to dry.
Now that you have your peaches, you are going to make a quick butter cream to pipe "leaves" onto the top of each one. Mix together your confectioner's sugar, butter, milk and green food coloring. Use a decorator bag and a leaf tip to pip one or two small green leaves at the top of each cookie.
After these have "set" I put them in fancy little paper cups for serving! Yumm

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cookies
Main Ingredient: Eggs
Regional Style: American

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Jen Smallwood usmcmom1
Jun 24, 2012
Don't know how much you paid - for it's usually around $3. Anyway, look at it this way - the extract will go further for lots of wonderful treats..., ; )
Judy Sobczynki judymaes
Jun 24, 2012
Duh, never thought of that, and all the grocery stores carry it. Oh well, already ordered the peach extract, but I truly do appreciate your suggestion. The nectar would be much cheaper too.
Debbie Skwirsk zookeepeer
Jun 24, 2012
I used peach nectar in place of the Vermouth and they were fabulous.
Jen Smallwood usmcmom1
Jun 24, 2012
Your welcome Judy, like I mention any good stocked grocery store has it too... I'm lucky there is a few great ones by me....I hope the cookies turn out great...and you enjoy them...
Judy Sobczynki judymaes
Jun 23, 2012
Thanks Jen. I'm really looking forwared to making these cookies. Peach is
my favorite ice cream, so I know I'll love them!