Giada De Laurentiis’ Fourth of July Lemon Ricotta Cookies Recipe: Festive – SheKnows


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Giada De Laurentiis just put a festive twist on her ricotta cookies, and they look so delicious we don’t know if we can wait until the Fourth of July to devour them.

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On June 26, De Laurentiis posted a photo on her page @thegiadzy with the caption: “Take @Giadadelaurentiis’ famous lemon ricotta biscuits and turn them into a festive treat for the 4th! These festive ice box cookies will have everyone reaching for seconds. Get the #recipe in the profile link!”

So, to master this festive twist, you need to know how to make De Laurentii Lemon Ricotta Cookies. To complete this, you’ll need ingredients for both the cookies and the delicious frosting. For the cookies, you’ll need ingredients like all-purpose flour, sugar, milk ricotta cheese, lemons, and more. Then you only need a few ingredients for the glaze, with lemon juice being the basis.

Start mixing flour, salt, and a few other ingredients in a medium-sized bowl, and in no time at all, spoon 1/2 teaspoon of the frosting onto each cookie.

Get Giada’s new and improved Lemon Ricotta Cookie recipe HERE.

Now for the festive twist, do all of that and add ice cream and sprinkles. It’s like making ice cream sandwiches, super easy!

Get the full Fourth of July Lemon Ricotta Cookie Sandwiches recipe from De Laurentiis HERE.

And for more easy treats to enjoy all summer long, check out Laurentiis’ best-selling cookbook titled Weeknights with Giada: Quick and Easy Dinner Makeover Recipes: A Cookbook.

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