Making Thimble Cookies on Rogers “Daytime”

December 18, 2012 at 7:55 am Leave a comment

Since students will be starting their Christmas vacation this week, I thought an easy recipe might appeal to them so that they could help with last-minute holiday baking. Children are so good in the kitchen, especially if you have them involved with something they might like to eat….like these simple thimble cookies, sometimes called thumbprint or Swedish tea rings.The batter isn’t too big and overwhelming for them, and they will love putting a thimble on one finger and pressing into the dough. Of course, kids are the best for forming little balls of dough…much more patient than adults. Check out my recipe page for this delicious cookie from “Canada’s Favourite Recipes” my most recent book written with my good friend Elizabeth Baird.


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