One of you requested a Christmas dress cookie, I scoured the internet for ideas and found this dress as my inspiration.
I found it a little too green so I decided to add some red & white to brighten it up, you'll find the step-by-step tutorial video below. The design seemed to mesh perfectly with this cutter shape the scallops at the bottom were a perfect match for my idea.
Here is the cookie recipe I use, the amount of cookies you yield with a batch depends on how thick you roll your dough as well as the size & shape of your cutter.
IngredientsI use a handheld electric mixer (Kitchenaid brand, I've tried others but I burn out the motors)1 pound unsalted butter, room temperature4 cups sugar4 large eggs2 tbs vanilla I mix everything together all at once Next I add the flour (& baking powder) it is important to note that all butter & eggs are not exactly the same therefore the amount of moisture in your batter will vary. I suggest that you only add 7 cups of the flour once mixed you will be able to determine if you need to add the last cup or maybe just half (or none). 8 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for rolling the cookies1 teaspoon baking powder ** For those who might not know, this is the ingredient that makes your desserts rise so the more you add the more your cookies will rise and/or warp. Here is the link to my video you can see ho…