Candy Cane Christmas Cookies

Ingredients: 1 cup butter or 2 sticks butter or shortening (226 grams) 1 cup confectioner’s sugar (113 grams) 1 1/2 teaspoon vanilla (8 ml) 1 egg 2 1/2 cups flour (355 grams) 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon red food coloring (optional) Sprinkle cookies with colored sugar granules or crushed peppermint candies
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  1. freitasex says:

    I use plain all purpose flour, thanks!

  2. taylorlovesred13 says:

    Hi. Is it plain flour or self-raising flour??? Please reply. Thanks :)

  3. freitasex says:

    Thank you very much!

  4. chasingsunlight09 says:

    those are cute, my children would love to make those.

  5. Dezarra Desrosiers says:

    looks good
    

  6. Marla Summers says:

    A little rough on that bowl…LOL

  7. elaine sevilla says:

    Love this. Superrific. Love u grandpa.

  8. carmelo torres says:

    Merry christmas :)

  9. freitasex says:

    Thank you and good luck in your advertising here on YouTube!

  10. ACandy Store says:

    Nice job! Looks like the real thing!

  11. freitasex says:

    Thank you for watching, I appreciate it :)

  12. GdlookincookinwKaye says:

    Loved this….thanks for sharing!!

  13. ridgeybridge says:

    my grandma used to make this every christmas but she used almond extract, rolled the two colors together lightly and then twisted it so that it was a uniform candy cane instead of two separate ropes twisted together. Then after baking she immediately dipped them in sugar. BEST COOKIE EVER.

  14. freitasex says:

    I have tried it… they taste like a butter cookie!

  15. Ciara Coakley says:

    Anyone who has tried this do they taste good?

  16. freitasex says:

    Awesome!

  17. Jasmine Shafley says:

    just made these, they turned out great. Fun idea thanks!

  18. freitasex says:

    Thank you for your suggestion, great idea!

  19. SammyFabulous says:

    These cookies are so fun to make. To kick it up a notch you can add cinnamon extract to the red dough. YUMMY!

  20. alissasoto08 says:

    it was ok

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  22. pinkmagnolia7 says:

    i like the way she pronounces “Kipferl”. ^^
    In Austria it is more common to call them “Vanillekipferl”
    great video!

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