Mouth Watering Cinnamon Butter Feet Cookies


This cookie takes on a unique texture! With it's unique icing and cinnamon spice, these cookies are a personal christmas favourite in my family!

• 2 cups of white sugar
• 1 tablespoon of cinnamon
• 5 cups all-purpose flour
• 2 teaspoons baking powder
• 1 teaspoon salt
• 1 1/2 cups of butter or margarin
• 1 teaspoon vanilla extract or vanilla bourbine paste
• 4 eggs

• 2.5 cups of icing sugar
• Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and prepare a cookie sheet with wax paper to avoid cookies sticking to the pan during cooking process. • This cookie is unique in that the icing HAS to be spread on the cookie while scalding hot from the oven. This process allows the cookie icing to form into a glaze after cooled and that's what makes this cookie so amazing in taste and experience! So don't miss this particular step or your icing won't turn out properly! I recommend to make the icing first so that you're fully prepared! To make the icing pour 2.5 cups of icing sugar into a bowl and add 2 table spoons of water. Mix well. And if you're feeling really daring try and add some food coloring & a dash of cinnamon for extra colour and flavour! NOTE: The icing should be fairly thick in consistency, you don't want your icing to be runny or you'll have a huge mess to clean up afterwards! If you accidentally add too much water to your icing, just add more icing sugar! • Measure and sift white sugar, cinnamon, baking powder, and salt in a medium baking bowl. • In a separate baking bowl add the eggs, butter, and vanilla until they form a smooth consistency. • Slowly and precisely add the dry mixture into the wet. Then slowly add the flour until all of the ingredients form a dough. • On a cutting board or clean counter-space, prepare an area designated for rolling the cookie dough. Spread a nice even surface of flour, take a small portion of the cookie dough and using a rolling pin roll the cookie dough to roughly 1/8 of an inch in height. Then using your favourite cookie cutter (or a fair sized cup for those of you who don't have a cookie cutter at home) cut out cookies from the dough and place on the previously prepared baking sheet; these cookies don't rise that much, so you don't have to leave too much room around each cookie. • Once you have filled up a cookie sheet ,cook them for 8-10 minutes or until you notice the edges of the cookie becoming golden and immediately (careful don't burn yourself!) using a spoon drop a small amount of icing upon the cookie and spread it toward the edges. Remember these cookies have to be icing-ed while hot! Now be patient and let the cookies & fresh icing cool for at least an hour or two until you try one. You'll notice that once the icing and cookie have fully cooled that the icing will be like a crunchy glaze! Prepare to be addicted! :)


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