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  • Makes 2
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients

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Do you forget to buy table decoration for Christmas? This cookie recipe is very simple and easy to make and if you have star shape mould in your house, it would be perfect for the centrepiece of table on Christmas Day.


Ingredients (makes 2 trays of cookies)

  • 120g unsalted butter, soft
  • 100g caster sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 260g plain flour, sift

Method

  1. Cream the softened butter, add sugar and mix.
  2. Add egg gradually, mix well, and then add flour and combine.
  3. Wrap the dough with plastic wrap and rest in fridge at least 30 minutes.
  4. Preheat oven to 170c. Line a tray with baking paper. Roll out the dough, and cut with star shape mould. (Using 5-6 different size of star shape mould, need cut 2 of each size and some extra for top star. You can cut any shape if the dough left)
  5. Bake for around 15-20 minutes. (Keep eye on the cookies! Smaller size one is baked faster, so that you need remove them first) Cool on a rack completely.
  6. ~Assemble the tree~ If you want ice the cookies, you'd better to do before stacking. Start stacking the tree from largest star at the bottom and finish smallest star on top. You can use icing as glue between cookies. Sift icing sugar from top like snow.

Notes

You can use any cookie dough and icing recipes. This is one idea for Christmas decoration, but it won't last long if you have kids!

  • I love the presentation – looks great!

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  • I’ll have to hunt down my star cutters for this tree. It looks lovely :)

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  • I love doing this one- it’s easy and fun!

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  • I’m going to try this with a vegan biscuit recipe I found online. Sadly my nephew is allergic to dairy – hoping the vegan recipe tastes just as good as the traditional recipe.

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  • I love this so much, I wish I could try and make it.
    I’m bookmarking this for when we finally get a working oven!

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  • Wow! So easy recipe I’m gonna try it the kids will love it especially with the shapes

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  • This looks so good and easy

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  • The pic is so satisfying! Really tempted but will have to figure out what can be replaced with egg. ????

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  • I will definitely be trying this one next Christmas. Thank you

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  • Love the photo. The christmas cookie tree looks absoluety amazing. Thank you for the recipe.

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  • Sugar cookies are always a winner

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  • Finally a good use for my star cookie cutters that I bought on impulse and have never used! The kids will love this and looks fun to make.

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  • So effective for such a simple recipe.. I love that the kids can get involved with decorating too.

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  • That looks so cute and a simple recipe which I love.

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  • Fantastic idea not sure it would last long enough to make it to the table tho!

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  • How cute and clever is this. I love it. I imagine kids will love it too. Impressive.

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  • Looks great !
    Also nice to make with savoury cookies.

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  • Loved making these great at party times.

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  • thank you, thank you, thank you! I have seen these made up in bakeries before but i have never made one myself! Easy recipe to follow and lovely gift!

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  • So cute and sound so easy to make I’m sure mine won’t look as good as the one photoed lol

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