Christmas Crinkle Cool Whip Cookies are a blast to make with the kids! Everyone loves these easy Christmas cookies, just be ready to get a little messy!
Until last year I had never heard of making cookies with Cool Whip. It seemed like the strangest thing ever to me. I’ve made cake mix cookies before, but with Cool Whip? Nope. You guys, it totally works! These Cool Whip cookies are ridiculously easy to make and so festive!
These Christmas Crinkle Cool Whip Cookies were SO easy to make and oh my gosh do they taste good. I took them to my bagpipe’s band Christmas party and they were eaten faster than I could believe!
Fluffy, mellow, melty and lemony to perfection!
all flavors; It will surprise you with its softness and a thin crunchy layer that envelops the biscuit!
Let’s go through the recipe step by step!
° 300 grams of flour
° 110 grams of butter
° 120 grams of sugar
° 2 egg yolks
° 6 grams baking powder
° 1 lemon (45 ml juice + zest)
° Castor sugar and icing sugar
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In a salad bowl, put the soft butter, then add the egg yolks and beat with a mixer until a smooth mixture is obtained.
Add the yellow sour peel, add lemon juice, as well as sugar, and beat again until the preparation is homogeneous and pounded a little.
Finally, mix the yeast and flour and mix one last time. The dough should be compact, homogeneous and slightly separated from the wall of the bowl.
Cover and set aside for 30 minutes in the refrigerator.
After resting, form balls about 3 cm in diameter with the dough and arrange them in overlapping rows on a baking sheet, spaced sufficiently apart.
Then roll it in powdered sugar and then generously in powdered sugar. It is placed on a baking sheet.– Put the oven at 180 ° C for 12 to 15 minutes (for me 12 minutes). They will swell and crack, they should not turn brown.When you take them out of the oven, let them cool completely on a baking tray before handling.