Today I bring you angel wing cookies to help you through the holidays.
I've been trying to upload these pictures since Sunday but it's been internet wars in our house with the kids.
Me,"Can you please let me have the internet for 1 hour so I can upload pictures?" Kids,"Sure no problem." 20 minutes later and not 1 picture has uploaded. I go check the internet and someones on it once again.
I finally confiscated all the devices.
Then I started to write the post and when I saved it I accidentally published it without the recipe by the time I had remorse for telling on the family antics we endure.
I decided it must be a sign that its a crazy silly story someone can relate too.
I know the holidays are so difficult for so many and I want to tell you your not alone.
There difficult for me too!
I never know what strange things will happen at the next family gathering and the anticipation sometimes is just as bad as the gathering.
Like one year a Carnival Glass Vegetable tray disappeared after Christmas dinner.
Mind you we used the tray at the gathering and I spent well over an hour and a half searching for the lost vegetable tray eliciting Colt's help because I was at a loss for how it could just disappear.
We searched the rest of the night only to reach the conclusion:
A. Someone broke it and quickly cleaned it up and for whatever reason didn't mention it.
B. Someone wanted it so bad they stole the vegetable tray.
Can you guess which one it was?
This tray was given to us years prior by a relative who decided that after another relative kept saying they liked ours better then theirs that they should have it so they gave our stuff away without telling either me or Colt.
So after Colt and I searched the house and sift through the garbage to make sure it hadn't been thrown away by someone without telling us because the person who gave us this vegetable tray keeps track of every single thing they ever gave us and I would have to have a valid reason for why I was missing it.
I finally gave up and was at a loss of ideas and prayed it just might show up.
So the next morning when we were leaving the house there my vegetable tray was sitting on the bench next to the front door.
The person who wanted the tray just didn't have the guts to take it, drove back to our house to leave the tray on the bench and the plot for the vegetable tray was busted!
I hope you all can have a good laugh with me and enjoy the holidays knowing you aren't alone in whatever crazy weird antics that go on in your family, I could tell you even crazier stories but we'll save those for another day.
Sometimes I feel like I'm on a hidden camera show and I'm waiting for people to jump out of the closet and yell surprise!
On another note I hope everyone has a Very Merry Christmas.
This recipe was adapted from Taste Of Home.
Combine flour, powdered sugar and sea salt. Mix until well incorporated.
Cut cold butter into flour mixture until the size of small pea's and set aside.
Combine sour cream and vanilla in a small bowl and set aside.
Mix sour cream into flour mixture until well blended. Use hands to knead dough until dough sticks together about 6 times.
Try not to over knead dough you just need it to stick together.
Divide dough into 6 equal sized disks and wrap in plastic wrap and freeze for 25 minutes.
Sprinkle 2 tablespoons sugar over parchment paper and coat both sides of disk well with sugar.
Roll dough into a 12" x 5" rectangle.
Sprinkle 3/4 teaspoon cinnamon evenly over dough. Using a small sifter was the easiest way we found to distribute the cinnamon evenly.
Mark a small line in the middle of dough at the 6" mark.
Using a small thin metal spatula to help lift edge, roll dough short side in to the center line.
Repeat with alternate side to form 2 rolls that meet in the middle.
Wrap in plastic wrap and freeze for 25 minutes while repeating with remaining dough.
Cut each roll into 1/2" thick pieces and dip each side of cookie into granulated sugar.
Place cookies on a parchment lined cookie sheet 2" apart (they spread a little) and bake in a 375 degree oven for 12 minutes or until lightly browned. Use a thin spatula and flip cookies over to bake another 5-8 minutes until lightly browned on both sides.
Move cookies to cooling rack. Store in a air tight container.
Little crispy sugar cinnamon angel wings incase you need a little special set of wings to help you through the next few days.
Angel Wing Cookies
Angel wings cookies are sweet crunchy little cookies made of pie crust and filled with cinnamon and sugar.Prep time: PT25M
Cook time: PT20M
Total time: PT2H0M
Yield: 5 Dozen Cookies
Calories per serving: 58Ingredients
Fat per serving: 4
Fat per serving: 4
- 2 cups Flour
- 1/4 cup Powdered Sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon Sea Salt
- 1 cup Cold Butter, Sliced In Small Pieces
- 3/4 cup Sour Cream
- 1 1/2 teaspoons Vanilla Extract
- 3/4 cup Granulated Sugar, Divided Plus More Coating
- 4 1/2 teaspoons Cinnamon, Divided
- Mix flour, powdered sugar and salt together. Cut in butter until mixture resembles small peas. Set aside.
- Mix sour cream and vanilla together in a small bowl.
- Mix sour cream into flour mixture until well blended. Use hands to knead dough until dough sticks together about 6 times. Do not over knead.
- Divide dough into 6 equal sized disks and wrap in plastic wrap and freeze for 25 minutes.
- Sprinkle 2 tablespoons sugar over parchment paper and coat both sides of disk well with sugar.
- Roll each disk into a 12" x 5" rectangle.
- Sprinkle with 3/4 teaspoon cinnamon evenly over dough. Using a small sifter was the easiest way we found to distribute the cinnamon evenly.
- Mark a small line in the middle of dough at the 6" mark.Using a small thin metal spatula to help lift edge. Roll dough short side in to the center line.Repeat with alternate side to form 2 rolls that meet in the middle. Wrap in plastic wrap and freeze for 25 minutes.
- Repeat with remaining dough.
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees and line cookie sheet with parchment paper.
- Cut each roll into 1/2" thick pieces and dip each side of cookie into granulated sugar. Place cookies on a parchment lined cookie sheet 2" apart (they spread a little).
- Bake cookies for 12 minutes or until lightly browned. Use a thin spatula and flip cookies over to bake another 5-8 minutes until lightly browned on both sides.
- Remove cookies to a cooling rack.
- Store cookies in a airtight container.