You'll create a lot of excitement with Stained Glass Window Cookies! These easy and fun-to-make cookies are perfect for all occasions and will add a festive flair to your holidays, too!
Stained Glass Cookies
by B. Bobbi
, Pulaski, WI on Dec. 2008
These were not difficult to make, and kids would really enjoy making them.
kids well love it
by S. Sadie
, Bronx, NY on Nov. 2008
Not hard to do . for kids and the family gathering
in the kitchen.
by L. L
, Westminster, MD on Sep. 2008
These cookies were a big hit at our church bake sale. They sold out in a matter of minutes and we have requests for more at the next bake sale.
stained glass window cookies
by c. cathy
, Queen Creek, AZ on Jun. 2008
These cookies are a pretty addition to any table and my children did enjoy the cookie portion but did tended not to like to eat the candy.
Easy to make and fun to eat
by L. Linda
, ALTOONA, PA on Apr. 2008
My family loves trying different ways to make and bake cookies. We found this recipes very interesting and fun, we also tried it with our own sugar cookies recipe too.
by C. CHERIE
, SALISBURY, MD on Apr. 2008
I started making these cookies for Christmas almost 30 years ago. My children loved to experiment with different types of candy for the windows. Always a HIT.
by l. liz
, ROSEVILLE, CA on Apr. 2008
These are as delicious as they are easy to make.I will be making more.My granddaughters loved helping with them, though they ate more of the candies before the cookies were decorated, but we had lots of fun.
Stained Glass Window Cookies
by K. Kathy
, GALLIPOLIS, OH on Apr. 2008
My Grand-daughters and I made these for easter. They were a little messy. Pounding the candies was fun for the girls but made the clean up tedious with little bits of candy pieces all over the floor and counter top.
by D. Dorothy
, on Mar. 2008
I had fun making these with grandchildren. I hope you keep sending such good ideas for cookies.
Beautiful, and Tasty too!
by d. debbie
, BALTIMORE, MD on Mar. 2008
This recipe has been around for years and I made them as a little girl but only around Christmas. I never saw them made for Easter before. The spring designs are beautiful and very colorful. My grandson will hopefully enjoy them for years to come for different holidays. Never thought of making them for other than Christmas - gee we may have colorful turkey cookies this year!!!
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