Stained Glass Holiday Cookies

Recipe courtesy Zoe Francois

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  • on December 20, 2013

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    This takes a very serious cookie baker and patience. It is very labor intensive and you need an open time space for a many step cookie finish. . Having all of the things mentioned, the cookies are lovely for any holiday but look great hanging on a tree. This late in the prep for the up coming holiday, it might make a nice holiday older kid project during the school vacation.... if you have all other Xmas prep done, go for it.. Its lots of fun for kids...

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  • on December 10, 2012

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    The directions for these cookies are spot on and they result in impressive looking cookies. I also rolled out some of the gingerbread dough (to 1/8 inch, then cut out shapes with cookie cutters. After transferring those cookies onto a parchment lined cookie sheet, I used a smaller cookie cutter to create a cut out.....

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