Today I have another guest sharing a recipe. This is one of the link ups last week on Taylor House Thursday by Wanda Ann over at Memories by the Miles. She has very graciously allowed me to share it with you today. Be sure to stop by her blog and say hello!
Cathedral Window Cookie
by Mary Nelson Briggs
1 (4oz.) bar german chocolate squares
(found in the baking section)
1 cube butter
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 1/2 an hour and then place in freezer until ready to use. Cut in slices and serve.
My Grandma always makes those cookies! They’re definitely a Christmas classic!
Tuesday, 4 December, 2012 at 22:15
OMG those cookies look to die for!
Heather @ lawless life
Tuesday, 4 December, 2012 at 20:29
Chrissy, Thank you so much for featuring my grandma's cookies. Trust me they are as good as they look. I hope everyone will stop by Memories by the Mile and see what other goodies I have and be sure to sign up to follow me. Christmas Hugs, Wanda Ann @ memoriesbythemile.com
Tuesday, 4 December, 2012 at 18:27
Okay, these look awesome! I might have to try them…I'm sure the kiddos would love them too. Thanks for coming by Inspiration Cafe and leaving a sweet comment on my wall clock! I'm already a follower here and added you to FB to be sure I don't miss anything. Have a great day!