Abbracci, that translates into Hugs in Italian, are classic Italian butter cookies, crumbly and delicious, where the white half cookie reaches out to the other half, the dark cookie, in a harmonious embrace. In Italy, they are mostly enjoyed at breakfast, dipped in cappuccino or tea, but you can enjoy them anytime!
If you're using, like me, half all-purpose and half white whole wheat flour, reduce the total amount to 450 g.
You can successfully halve the recipe.
If you see that the dough is too hard to pipe (especially the cocoa one), just roll both doughs into medium/thick ropes, cut the ropes about 2 inches then overlap the cocoa dough onto the white dough to make a full circle.