A Family Favorite… Cathedral Windows Cookies
I love making Christmas Cookies! These Cathedral Windows Cookies have been in our family for longer than I have. David’s Grandma Briggs made them every year for everyone. They are definitely a favorite and so even though she’s gone, she lives on in our hearts and her Cathedral Windows Cookie recipe is a still a favorite and enjoyed by all, including her great, great, grandchildren. They are very easy to make and so pretty to decorate a plate. I try to have them on hand and keep them them in the freezer all through December to share with family and friends that stop by.
- 1 (4oz.) bar German Chocolate squares
- (found in the baking section)
- ½ cup butter
- 1 egg
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 1 (10 oz.) colored marshmallow's
- Melt chocolate and butter slowly until melted.
- Whisk egg and add stirring constantly into the chocolate mixture (you don't want the chocolate mixture to hot as to cook the cook the egg).
- Add in the powdered sugar and marshmallows.
- Pour on a a board and mold into 2 logs.
- Roll in coconut to cover, then roll in saran wrap, then in tin foil.
- Leave at room temperature for ½ an hour and then place in freezer until ready to use.
- Cut in slices and serve.
Give these Cathedral Windows Cookies a try and I hope they’ll become a family favorite of yours too!
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