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REC: Cream Wafers
Joined: Jul 17, 2006
Posted to Thread #4089 at 11:06 pm on Oct 23, 2006
This was our favorite cookie as children. I always make it for tea parties (mini-size).
Makes 5 dozen
1 cup butter, softened
1/3 cup whipping cream
2 cups flour
Blend butter, cream and flour. Chill dough for 1 hour. Heat oven to 375 deg. Roll dough to 1/8” on lightly floured board. Cut into 1-1/2” rounds [I make 1” size for tea parties]. Put a little sugar on a plate and coat one side with the sugar. Place on ungreased baking sheet; prick 4 times with a fork. Bake 7-9 minutes. Put 2 cookies together with a little filling (see note at end).
1/4 cup butter, softened
3/4 cup confectioners’ sugar
1 tsp. vanilla.
Blend first 3 ingredients. Separate into bowls and tint each accordingly.
NOTE: I put the filling into a sandwich bag, clip the corner, and use it to run a bead of icing at the outside edge of one cookie, then place the other on top. The filling is very sweet and a little goes a long way!
Inside me lives a skinny woman crying to get out, but I can usually shut her up with cookies!
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- 4089. ISO recs for cookie cookbook - audball - 2:34pm on 10/23/06 (19)
- Hi audball- have you checked out the t&t for cookies on the top of the page? Lots of great ones! [NT] - CynUpstateNY - 2:56pm on 10/23/06
- Also, Mimi has a great cookie web site but I don't have it handy. Mimi? [NT] - AngAk - 3:14pm on 10/23/06
- Thanks for the plug, Ang! Christmas-Cookies.com >> [LINK] - Mimi - 3:24pm on 10/24/06
- Southern Living has put their cookie recipes online. I think someone posted this info earlier) [NT] [LINK] - BobbiJoAZ - 3:57pm on 10/23/06
- Here's an extensive collection of cookie recipes. [NT] [LINK] - BobbiJoAZ - 6:23pm on 10/23/06
- thanks to everybody [NT] - audball - 9:00am on 10/24/06
- REC: Cream Wafers - cheezz - 11:06pm on 10/23/06
- REC: Chocolate Caramel Cookies - cheezz - 11:14pm on 10/23/06
- some questions re this recipe - audball - 8:01pm on 10/24/06
- Good questions...yes, you can form it into a ball first if that's easier- - cheezz - 11:21am on 10/26/06
- REC: Gramma Winnie's Yummies (another holiday basket favorite) - cheezz - 11:19pm on 10/23/06
- REC: Coconut Drop Cookies - BobbiJoAZ - 8:41am on 10/24/06
- Just wondering... Is this a soft cookie or a crisp cookie? [NT] - Cindy K MI - 6:19pm on 10/27/06
- now that christmas is approaching, check out the mags, martha stewart usually does a whole mag on - wildwoods - 12:58pm on 10/24/06
- My Sugar Softies made the paper! See link for some favorite bake sale cookies. [NT] [LINK] - AngAk - 1:15pm on 10/25/06
- Bravo Angie! Do you think they would work with Crisco? I know, - MarilynFL - 4:31pm on 10/25/06
- I think Crisco would be fine. Lots of Amish recipes for this type of cookie use Crisco. Chill the - AngAk - 5:20pm on 10/25/06
- Just a note that I chill the dough for a few hours before baking and when I double the recipe, - AngAk - 1:30pm on 10/27/06
- Thanks...they're on the list to try out. [NT] - MarilynFL - 1:35pm on 10/28/06