Stained Glass Window Cookies Recipe is a perfect Christmas cookie recipe to make with your family. These cookies are super-fun to make and eat, or even poke a hole in the top, add ribbon, and use as Christmas tree ornaments. Creative options are endless with these beautiful cookies that each look like a stained glass window.
Stained Glass Window Cookies have become a tradition in our family and we make them every year at Christmas time. I admit these are not my favorite cookie to eat (you end up with a crunchy cookie more than a soft one), but the kids have so much fun making them and people enjoy receiving them because they are so pretty.
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Stained Glass Window Cookies Recipe
Stained-Glass Window Cookies Recipe
- 1 bag Jolly Ranchers candy
- 1 batch homemade or prepared sugar cookie dough
- cookie sheets lined with aluminum foil
- Divide jolly ranchers in piles by flavor. Remove wrappers.
- With food processor, crush jolly ranchers into tiny pieces or even a fine powder.
- Roll out sugar cookie dough and press out larger shapes, then a smaller inner design.
- Place cut out cookies onto foil -lined baking sheets.
- Carefully spoon crushed jolly ranchers into inner cut-out design.
- Bake at 350 for 8-9 minutes or until jolly rancher pieces are fully melted and cookies are done.
- Remove from oven and allow to cool until center candy has hardened. Carefully peel cookie away from foil.
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