Window Pane Cookies

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What a cute little chef and look at the lovely Window Pane Cookies she made!

Ingredients:
1/2 cup icing sugar
1 cup soft butter
1 tsp vanilla essence
2 cups flour
1 3/4 cups cornflour
3 different colored crushed glass sweets like sparkles.

 

Window Pane Cookies

Method:
Mix sifted icing sugar with butter
Add vanilla, flour, and cornflour, mix well until a soft dough is formed.
Divide dough into two portions
Wrap in cling wrap and let it set in the fridge for 1 hour.
Roll out onto a floured surface,
Cut out dough with a floured cutter
Cut out the center with a round coke bottle cap.
Place on a silicone mat.
Drop crushed sweets in a hole in the center of the cookie.
Bake at 150C for 18-20 minutes.
Let cookie cool thoroughly before removing from the baking tray.

Prepared, tried, and tested Melenie Govender Pillay‘s Tiana 

Here we have a number of Young Chefs showing off what they can do.

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6 thoughts on “Window Pane Cookies”

    • You should try it, Robbie, I made something similar when doing our Christmas baking this year, although the recipe I used is a bit different, but I will share it also shortly here on the blog

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