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Puff Pastry Christmas Cookies

Only 2 ingredients

Make them in 15 min.

Ingredients:

  • Store-bought Puff Pastry
  • Home-made sugar and cinnamon mix (recipe below)
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How to make Puff Pastry Christmas Cookies:

  • Roll out the dough just slightly, and brush with a little bit or water.
  • Sprinkle the sugar and cinnamon mix on top.
  • Use a cookie-cutter to cut out festive cookie shapes.
  • Place them a little bit apart on a baking tray and bake in a pre-heated oven for about 10 – 12 minutes at 220 °C until golden brown.
 

Important info: 

You must eat the cookies within 2 days.  However, this will be no problem as they will be gone in less than one day as they are so delicious.

Hint: 

They are perfect as Christmas snacks,  but they are a perfect snack to have in the house at anytime.  Guests coming over unexpectedly?  This only takes 15 minutes to make.

More ideas –

Put a twist on your Puff Pastry Christmas Cookies:

  • Add a few chocolate sprinkles.
  • How about your favorite Hazelnut Chocolate spread?
  • You can add Peanut Butter in stead of the sugar and cinnamon mix and your dog-child will love you.
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Sugar & Cinnamon Mix :

OK so I don’t actually have a recipe.  It all depends on how I’m feeling.  Some days I want more cinnamon and on other days, not so much.  This is actually cool, as you can mix according to your own taste and you can’t go wrong.  I would suggest starting with a mix of:

  • 5 Tbls. White Sugar
  • 1 Tsp. Cinnamon

Mix well. 

Now you can gradually add some cinnamon if you like, or if it is already to strong for your taste, add more sugar. 

You can keep the mixture in your cupboard for a very long time, and it is handy to have for all types of baking, like pancakes, cinnamon buns, and more.

How to make Puff Pastry Cookies for Christmas

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Enjoy!