Candy Cane Cookies Recipe Demonstration –

Recipe here: Stephanie Jaworski of demonstrates how to make Candy Cane Cookies. Since candy canes are a symbol of Christmas, Candy Cane Cookies seem fitting. These cute little cookies are tender crisp with a buttery sweet almond flavor. There is no denying that kids love these cookies, but adults seem to enjoy them every bit as much, especially with a hot cup of tea.

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  1. Just thought I would mention that bitter sweet chocolate and unsweetened chocolate are not the same. Bittersweet contains anywhere form 10% to 50% sugar. So you cannot use one in place of the other. Bake on!

  2. Made these to add to my cookie tin presents for friends. They were a big hit! I followed the recipe to the ‘t’ (used the scale and everything) and had no problems. Even had the kids help and they were able to help form the cookies without too much trouble. The cookie itself was SO tasty. Not too crunchy, not too soft, and full of flavor. These were my favs this year. Will definitely do again. Thank you!

  3. Tried this tonight. Very time consuming but they are so unique it’s worth it. I made mine green and red instead. ** Because these will break when twisting if the dough is warm, I highly recommend rolling out all of the small balls first, put them in the refrigerator, and only take out a few at a time to twist into the candy cane shapes.** Also, I used Pam, and the bottoms had a tint of brown on them. I will try parchment paper next time to see if this eliminates that brown look. They did not burn, so I really think it’s the Pam spray. Too bad YouTube doesn’t let you post a picture.

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