Wonderful cookies made with sugar paste


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Our adorable little cookies are fun to make and fun to eat! These Baker’s Twine Sugar Cookies look impressive, however, and are surprisingly easy to bake. We love baking cookies here at Smart School House, and these are definitely some of the best cookies we’ve ever made. These cookies are great for a number of different events. We originally made it for Christmas. Who does not like sugar cookies during the holidays? However, they are very cute for new born baby shower and birthdays too! We made a TikTok video for you to show you the tricks of how to make it. Check this out: @ smartschoolhouse How to Make Button Cookies! Leave it to Santa! ­čÄä­čÄü ## cookies ## creatorsoftiktok ## christmascookies ## baking ## kidsactivites ## recipe ÔÖČ I can feel it (Christmas machines) – Nick Sina and Danny Echevaria start by rolling out some sugar paper cookie dough linoleum. We used pre-made dough but it is completely optional. Sometimes we use homemade sugar paste. To make the cookies on the button perfectly round and small, use a glass cup as a cookie cutter. You will need a glass cup in the shape of the glass shown in the video above (which is a very typical shape). Once the cookies are baked, use the bottom of the glass to press the center of the cookies down. Finally, use a straw to make two cookie holes. It’s easiest to do this right when the cookies are out of the oven. Once cool, use thin tape or string to tie the cookies together! Very cute ­čÖé A few readers suggested using the edible licorice chain to tie cookies together. This is a great idea, too! More cookie recipes from Smart School House, you will need sugar cookie dough (pre-made or homemade) glass shaped cut glass in the cookie video button wax paper parchment paper baker’s twine or thin ribbon bread roll pin Directions Preheat the oven To 350 Prepare the work surface with wax paper Roll the sugar cookie dough Use the shot glass as a cookie cutter Place the round dough pieces on a baking sheet prepared with parchment paper Bake for 6 minutes or just until the edges of the biscuits are golden brown The sugar cookie dough burns easily and they will continue cooking as they cool on the sheet Baking Immediately after taking them out of the oven, use the bottom of the shot glass to gently press the middle of the cookies in Use the popsicle to make two circular holes in each cookie The cookies cool down on the baking sheet once they cool down, tie them with the baker’s twine


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