I had to bake 6 dozen cookies for our Ward (Church) Christmas Party yesterday (Saturday) so here is what I did:
I bought this mix at Sam's Club to save some time. It had 5 pouches in it and I mixed them all up in my Bosch Mixer. I could not have gotten another one in! lol
I also added a teaspoon of Almond Extract.
I baked 2 batches before I suddenly remembered to Add Crushed Peppermint stick to the white dough- argh! I bought a huge peppermint stick at the dollar store and put 1/3 of it in my cuisinart and ground it up
I use POWDERED SUGAR on my rolling mat instead of flour- (tastes better!)
I rolled the green into a snake type piece like you see hte white in this photo then I put p/s on my marble rolling pin and rolled it out- did the same with the white and then laid it on top of the green dough.
Then I rolled it like I always do cinnamon roll dough and cut into sections about 1/2 inch thick
I used a short glass with a flat bottom dipped in powdered sugar to flatten the cookie on the cookie sheet before baking- and before putting in the oven I sprinkled GREEN sprinkles on them
There they are all finished- not as elegant looking as I had hoped but they were DELICIOUS! 7 dozen cookies!
Tomorrow a post on dipped chocolate candies and another post on my exchange cookies for work!
hope you are inspired to use my idea and make some easy pinwheel cookies of your own!
Now, use our Cookie sleeves designer kit from the holiday catalog to package them up and give as gifts!
|Season Of Sweets Designer Printed Kit||126912|
Ideal package for cookies you make with our Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps or other festive treats. Includes 12 gusseted treat envelopes with window to display treat; 12 clear, food-safe cellophane bags; 30 clear stickers to secure cellophane bag and treat envelope flap; 2 sheets designer card stock stickers; 12" x 12". Basic Gray, Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, Garden Green, and Very Vanilla.