Easy Glittering Christmas Cookies (Cup Measurement Recipe) () (GIVEAWAY CLOSED)



I found very cute confectionery items at a supermarket, so I decided to give them away!!!

Congrats to the winners!!!
Emma Walker
Syarihai Zora
Sophie Marsden

The gel pens are with tiny edible silver glitters. They won’t get hard. Instead of using gel pen, you can use jam, of course.

– 1 red gel pen (strawberry flavor) ジェルペンレッド (イチゴ味)
– 1 green gel pen (melon flavor) ジェルペングリーン (メロン味)
– 1 yellow gel pen (lemon flavor) ジェルペンイエロー (レモン味)

Easy Glittering Christmas Cookies

Difficulty: Super Easy
Time: 1.5 hr
Number of servings: 16-18 Cookies Using 2 Inch Cookie Cutters

1 cup cake flour or all purpose flour (100g=3.5oz.)
5 tbsp. powdered sugar (or 3 tbsp. regular sugar is ok but the texture will become sugary)
1/4 cup butter (50g=1.8oz.)
to decorate 9 cookies
* 1 red gel pen (strawberry flavor)
* 1 green gel pen (melon flavor)
* 1 yellow gel pen (lemon flavor)
* 2 white chocolate pens

1. Sift in all the dry ingredients in a large Ziploc bag. Add butter, make sure it is zipped, then mix well.
2. Roll out the dough in the Ziploc bag to 5mm (0.2 inch) thick. Refrigerate the dough for at least 1 hour to set and chill.
3. Preheat the oven to 170C (338F). Cut out the dough with cookie cutters. Place the cookies on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Roll out scraps, and repeat.
4. Bake at 170C (338F) for about 15 minutes. Cool the cookies on the sheet or a wire rack.
5. Melt the chocolate pen or some chocolate in a pastry bag. Snip off the end and trace the outline of the cookies. Then divide each into 6 sections. Put them in the fridge to set. Fill in each section with gel pens or jam of your choice.


Music by
Epidemic Sound
50s Christmas 5


This giveaway is open WORLDWIDE!!!

On December 4th, Washoku (Japanese traditional cuisine) is registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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The giveaway is open for 24 hours and will end on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11th, 2013 at 11:59 PM Japan Time.

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  1. se logra el mismo efecto de los lapices gel con pastillas dulces de colores, se dividen por color, muelen y colocan sobre las galletas. da un efecto como de vitrificado 🙂

  2. I tried this and it turned out perfect even though it was my first attempt at making cookies. Thank you so much for all your recipes. I really love watching your videos because they are so clear instructions and high quality! Merry Christmas! ❤️

  3. I tried the recipe and it didn’t work out for me. 🙁 after putting the dough into the fridge to set for 1hr, when I tried to cut it with cookie cutters, the dough just crumple into pieces. Could it be because I left it in the fridge for too long?

  4. i’m not trying to be rude, just letting you know since you might not know and i figured i’d let you know if you didn’t, that in english “gel pen” is pronounced with a j as in “jelly” not a g as in “go”. great recipe!

  5. This was cute and the gel pens lol cute too :p in America we say them like “jel” pens even though we spell it like “gel”pens you see the “g” in “gel” has a”j” sound in word “gel” even though its a “g” letter 🙂 btw I loved the video great ideas and yes American spelling is messed up I’m an American and I hate our spelling lol oh and I just subscribed! Ok well bye! 😀

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