Saturday, March 28, 2009

Pink Cookies with Sprinkles Recipe Page Swap

Last night I baked my cookies for the recipe page swap. They turned out to be very yummy cookies. Even my Son raved on about how good they were and he really is not a big sweet eater at all. So I figure with that kind of praise, I must go with this recipe. I thought they turned out to be the perfect cookies for my page swap. Ok, so every recipe has its trial and errors. Good thing for you, I worked them out already. With these cookies, the key is not to over bake them. When you Do not over bake them, you get a cake like softness. Kind of like the ones you buy at Walmart, which by the way are my favorite cookies in all the land. So you do not want them to look like this
or you will have the perfect doggie biscuits. What you want, is to take them out of the oven when they do look like this You want them to still be white and very soft to the touch. It took me several batches before I figured this little tidbit out. I found this cookie recipe at Kimmie's blog. So go on over to her little home on the web and jot it down and give it a try and remember NOT to over bake them . I do think these cookies would be the perfect cookie for a Spring Tea Party or Easter Celebration.

As for the little page I created, I used a clip art image from a book called Cut & Copy by Dianne J. Hook. I have had this book since the beginning of my Scrapbook time, so I am not even sure its still out there for purchase.

2 comments:

Kimmie said...

Hi Jeanie...I'm glad the cookies worked out for you! They are great for a "tea party" or Easter Celebration...I have even used a "flower" cookie cutter and make cute little flowers for Spring as well myself.

This recipe is also yummy to make Raisin filled cookies with.

Thanks for visiting my site and I hope you have a FUN celebration and recipe swap!

Anonymous said...

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