A festive and colourful biscuit that is fun and tasty all at the same time!


Ingredients (makes 22 Large cookies and 22 small ones)

  • 75g Plain flour
  • 100g Cold unsalted butter cubed
  • 85g Icing sugar
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 1 Egg yolk
  • 1/2 tsp Cinnamon
  • Assorted colour boiled lollies crushed
  • 1 TBS Water

Method

  1. Put the flour, butter, sugar, vanilla and egg yolk into a food processor.
  2. Dribble in 1 TBS water and pulse until mix comes together to form a dough
  3. Place dough onto a floured work surface, and knead briefly to bring together. If dough is too soft, add a touch more flour into it.
  4. Wrap in cling wrap and chill for 20 minutes
  5. Once chilled, roll out onto a floured surface to approximately 1/2 cm thick, and cut shapes. Use a smaller cutter to cut a shape in the middle of each one
  6. Transfer to a lined baking tray, and fill the centre of each biscuit with a different colour lolly
  7. Place into a moderate (180 degrees) oven for approx 12 minutes or until biscuits are light golden
  8. Remove and leave on the tray to cool completely before removing.

Notes... The little cookies that are cut from the centre of each cookie make great treats for smaller kids as they are so little. Store in an airtight container for up to 4 days. I used some plain coloured lollipops that I just crushed in a zip lock bag
  • These are a great activity for a group of children. They have so much fun, get creative and have a great and satisfying time.

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  • These are a great group activity for children. They have so much fun, get very creative and have a great satisfying time.

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  • THese look magnificent wow very beautiful

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  • They look very colourful !

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  • These are so yummy! I made these today. The whole batch has been eaten by my hungry house guests! Thank you so much for posting!


    • You are more than welcome! I am so glad that you all enjoyed them :) Happy new year

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  • Crushing the lollies is harder than it sounds!


    • I didn’t have too much trouble at all? I just put them into zip lock bags and smashed with a wooden rolling pin. only took a few seconds per lolly. How did you try to do it?

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  • I love the beautiful colours I bet they taste as amazing as they look! I will have to try make these and not eat them all!

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  • These look delicious! I will have to find some cookie cutters so I can make these with the kids during the holidays

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  • They are beautiful. I made some years ago. Let’s see if I can still find a picture. Yes, here they are


    • They look great! Well done, and so much fun too!



      • Yes, it’s entertaining and the kids love them.

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  • These look very cheerful and festive.


    • Thank you, they look so pretty. Almost too good to eat…almost lol

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  • This is a brilliant idea. Thank you

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  • Loved these as a child and should be making these for mine.

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  • Stain Glass Cookies just scream festive time – Christmas time – love the pretty colours!

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  • These are clever, might make some with the kids over the school holidays.


    • Making cookies is a great holiday project!

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  • Wow these are so colorful and festive I want one thankyou!


    • If you were here I would give you some! Thank you x

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