I'm so excited to be sharing this fun Christmas twist on one of my all-time favorite cookies. I shared this recipe back in February, but it's definitely worth sharing again! You can check out our valentine's version here. Scroll down to find the recipe, along with some step by step images + a short and sweet video tutorial on how to create the snowflakes. Enjoy!
Mix together all ingredients. Chill dough. Roll into balls and dip top half in sugar. For a flatter cookie, use the bottom of a cup to tap down each cookie slightly before baking.
I used a Vollrath 47157cookie scoop to keep all my cookies the same size + shape. Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes. Don't overcook, you want them moist and chewy. Allow to cool.
To add snowflakes simply melt white chocolate wafers carefully in the microwave. Place melted chocolate in a regular ziplok baggie. Cut a tiny hole cut out of one corner of the baggie and use it to draw a snowflake on the top of each cookie. Here's a quick video to show you how to make them:
This recipe makes a huge batch, but they freeze really well, so they're perfect for making ahead. We've got our cookies all made and will be giving them out to the kids teachers for Christmas. Yay for getting one more thing crossed off the holiday to-do list!
Rebecca is a mom of four. She enjoys crafting with her kiddos, taking photos, and afternoon naps. Rebecca is a professional photographer and author. Connect with Rebecca on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+. Sign up via email for the latest updates from Simple As That.