This less bitter more glitter cookie recipe came about after making these crunchy cookies. It was more a case of family and friends visiting and enjoying the process❤
Chocolate chips and food sprinkles with loads of fun made this delicious less bitter more glitter cookie recipe a contender in the cookie comparisons! We never need a reason or season to use glitter when baking.
Generosity and Inspiration
I was very blessed to have my daughter visit for a few days with her best friend who has also grown up in front of us. Crazy how time goes by, and now that they have both graduated and are adults even though I still see them as the same little girls 🙂
If you read this post then you know that I made those cookies for the guys working on our building and if you are anything like me I had the bug therefore I needed to make another batch! After these less bitter more sprinkle (post name credits to my daughter) I had no option but to post them. She was adamant that these were better than the first batch so if you try them out we would love to know what you think! You can leave a comment below or you can find us on Instagram.
Lifestyle Growing Up
I think its so funny because both recipes are the most basic biscuit recipes that you can find. These are the kinds of ‘hobbies’ we did growing up. I grew up on a farm (a real remote lifestyle) and every school holiday we would bake and cook so much! One because we were so bored without much to do and two because we were always hungry coming from boarding school!! 🙂
Anyway, it ended like this:
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Less Bitter More Glitter Cookie Recipe
- 2 cups flour
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 3/4 cups butter (room temperature)
- 2 tsps vanilla essence
- chocolate chips (optional)
- food glitter (optional)
Lay some baking paper down on a baking pan/sheet.
Using an electric mixer (or wooden spoon) mix the butter and sugar together.
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees.
Add the vanilla essence.
using a wooden spoon add the flour in bits and keep mixing till you get a dough consistency. (about 2 min)
Roll the dough out on a flat surface. Use a little flour to keep your hands and the dough from sticking.
Cut out circles or shapes
Bake for 8 to 10 minutes or until golden brown.
As soon as they come out add the chocolate chips while hot.
Allow the cookies to cool for 5 minutes before transferring to a cooking rack to cool further.
Once cold store in an airtight container or eat :))