We baked our Christmas cookies the other day, and I wanted to share the really quick and easy recipe with you all. Sean's Grandma gave me this recipe when we got married and although its a pretty basic easy recipe, I tend to only make them at Christmas time.
Our own little Christmas tradition.
1 1/2 cups Sugar
1/2 cup Milk
1 teaspoon Baking Soda
4 cups Flour
Pinch of Salt
Boil the sugar, milk and baking soda. Be careful not to burn it. Let cool.
Rub the margarine into the flour and salt.
Add to the cooled mixture
Mix well, roll out on a floured surface and cut into shapes.
Bake at 200 C (390 F) for 10-15 minutes
I doubled the recipe for my family, as you can see...
Our favourite part is the decorating, some I ice and others I dip into melted chocolate or decorate with chocolate buttons.
These never last long in my household...
They also make great gifts...
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They look delicious it's going to be 39 degrees tomorrow and I'm tempted to bake!ReplyDelete
They are very more-ish - dont last long at all xxxDelete
So pretty Nat! I did not make ONE cookie this year! I'm enjoying looking at yours and knowing the kids loved them!ReplyDelete
Danni -I'm not a fan of baking but the kids did love them xxxDelete
They look yummy ! Have a wonderful Christmas and New Year Natalie, to you and all your family xReplyDelete
Thanks Hun and to you too xxxDelete