These Snowflake Cookies are the perfect festive addition to your holiday table! These buttery cookies are adorable and easy to make!
Embrace the enchanting beauty of winter with our Snowflake Cookies! These delightful treats are inspired by the delicate and intricate patterns of snowflakes, making them the perfect addition to your holiday celebrations. Each cookie is carefully handcrafted with love, featuring a buttery and tender texture that melts in your mouth.
Why You Will Love These Snowflake Cookies
– A fun holiday activity with the kids
– Less than an hour bake time
– 7 Ingredients required
– Refrigerator Safe
I love how these Snowflake Christmas Cookies make you feel as if time stops when you take a bite. The airiness of the dough paired with the heavenly fragrance of the confectioner’s sugar and vanilla transfers you to a realm of peace and tranquility even if just for the moment.
With all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it’s rare that you get a chance to stand still and catch your breath. Our Snowflake Christmas Cookies give you that chance- and then some- whether it’s alone in your car, waiting for a pickup, or taking a moment in the kitchen. These cookies are the calm during the storm.
How to Make Snowflake Cookies
– Large mixing bowl
– Electric Mixer
– Rolling pin
– Snowflake Cookie Cutter
– Baking Sheet
– Cooling rack
For full instructions, please view our recipe card below
1. Preheat the oven to 350
2. Using a large mixing bowl mix together your ingredients until well blended
3. Once a dough ball has formed, cover and transfer to the refrigerator for at minimum 1 hour
4. Using your rolling pin, remove the dough and flatten into a 1/4-inch-thick rectangle
5. Use your snowflake cookie cutter to cut out your shapes and place them on the baking sheet
6. Bake for approximately 10 minutes then immediately transfer to a cooling rack
7. Once cooled, dust your cookies with confectioner’s sugar and serve
Preparing a batch of easy Snowflake Sugar Cookies is a fun, yet peaceful activity that can recenter you after a hectic few hour- or days. I particularly enjoy the dough rolling process, as it gives me a chance to work off any tension and anxiety that I’ve been storing since the kickoff of the holiday season. And what results from that is a light and fluffy pastry bite that I can then decorate till my heart’s content!
The only word of caution I’d like to put out there is regarding the chill time. I am a fan of letting my dough rest and if you’re not pressured for time and can swing it, I strongly suggest allowing the dough to chill overnight.
It’s such a little thing but can make a big difference to how well your cookie holds together after baking, plus if you’re thinking about storing these cookies- whether in the fridge or freezer- they’ll fare better if the dough has had more time to settle then immediately plop them into the oven.Print