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Stained Glass Cookies

Stained Glass Cookies recipe
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For a fun family activity, fill the centers of cutout cookies with crushed hard candies. The candies melt during baking to resemble stained glass.
time
prep:
1 hr
total:
3 hr 8 min
servings
total:
About 4 dozen cookies or 24 servings, 2 cookies each
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posted:
12/27/2004
THIS WAS A GREAT COOKIE TO MAKE.IT TURN OUT SO WELL WE ARE MAKING THEM FOR OUR BAZZER THANK YOU . ALSO I WOULD TO SAY THAT IAM SORRY ABOUT THE FIRST COMMENT I SENT IN AS I DID NOT KNOW I COULD NOT LEAVE MY E- MAIL ON ANY COMMENTS
posted:
12/24/2004
fun and easy, my guests thought they were really pretty and fun
posted:
12/23/2004
the dough was runny and impossible to cut out..I thinks there was too much honey in it..we were very dissapointed with results
posted:
12/23/2004
This recipe is very delish but it takes too long to prep for it. The dough has to chill for 2 hours and the cookies have to cool FULLY before removing them from the cookie sheet. That is insane.
posted:
12/23/2004
This cookie is beautiful and tastes great too.
posted:
12/23/2004
I really liked this recipe. My 5 year old daughter loved helping with the cut-outs and loved that the cookies had candy! I used a plain circle cookie cutter and made wreaths by cutting out the center, then taking a straw and poking holes around the wreath to fill with the candy. All of the dough stuck in the straw after that, I squeezed out and shaped a bow on top of the wreath. I also made the Christmas trees and instead of cutting out the whole center out, I used the straw to poke a few holes in it and filled each hole with a different color candy to make it look like little ornaments. It was fun.
posted:
12/22/2004
These cookies are so adorable. The dough is simple and very easy to work with. The only problem I had was with the cut outs. After stamping out the star shape with the cookie cutter, and cutting out the center, the shape was way to flimsy to transfer to the foil. I played around with it a little, and ended up baking the stars partially (5 minutes or so) until they were set, then I stamped out a circle in the center. They still look cute, and also that way it is unneccessary to crush the candy first. the circles work perfectly.
posted:
12/22/2004
great!!!!!!!!
posted:
12/21/2004
They were very good, and a big hit at the office party. My only suggestion for any one who makes them, get a smaller version of the same cookie cutter, otherwise it will take quit some time. But they are very pretty afterwards and worth the effort.
posted:
12/20/2004
My kids used left-over refrigerated sugar cookie dough and made ornaments. Fun, easy and pretty.
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