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Kitty Ellis rated and reviewed the recipe Magic Window Cookies
Magic Window Cookies
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"One other thing: The dough was a little sticky in my opinion, so make sure it is refridgerated right until you take it out! Another thing I do is make regular sugar cookies, and just place the lifesavers on top, the melt into a nice topping and taste really good too!"
Posted on 6/1/2009
Kitty Ellis rated and reviewed the recipe Magic Window Cookies
Magic Window Cookies
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"I've found that 375 is too high for these cookies to bake at without the candy bubbling up. I bake them at 325 for 7 minutes, the cookie is still a little soft, but tastes even better! Plus, they are much easier to eat. Another tip: don't pack as many candy pieces in as you can, leave space. This way, the candy doesn't spill out, and you get a clear smooth window. Also, don't mix colors, the color bleeds, turns brown, and really doesn't taste good. Cutting out the windows takes awhile, but make them bigger, rather than smaller, because small hole don't hold the candy in very well."
Posted on 6/1/2009
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Posted 6/1/2009 11:48:27 AM REPORT ABUSE
Magic Window Cookies
Magic Window Cookies
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One other thing: The dough was a little sticky in my opinion, so make sure it is refridgerated right until you take it out! Another thing I do is make regular sugar cookies, and just place the lifesavers on top, the melt into a nice topping and taste really good too!
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Posted 6/1/2009 11:48:27 AM REPORT ABUSE
Magic Window Cookies
Magic Window Cookies
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I've found that 375 is too high for these cookies to bake at without the candy bubbling up. I bake them at 325 for 7 minutes, the cookie is still a little soft, but tastes even better! Plus, they are much easier to eat. Another tip: don't pack as many candy pieces in as you can, leave space. This way, the candy doesn't spill out, and you get a clear smooth window. Also, don't mix colors, the color bleeds, turns brown, and really doesn't taste good. Cutting out the windows takes awhile, but make them bigger, rather than smaller, because small hole don't hold the candy in very well.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
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