Clothes Pin Cookies Recipe


clothes pin cookies recipe

Clothes Pin Cookies Recipe

1 pound butter, softened · 3 cups all-purpose flour · 2 tablespoons white sugar · 2 egg yolks · 1 ¼ cups ice water · 1 cup milk · ½ cup all-purpose flour · 1 ½ cups ...

Puff pastry cookies wrapped on clothes pins, baked and then filled. 1/2 inch to 5/8 inch dowels cut 4 inches long work well. Clothes pins may spring open in the oven and break the pastry. These are best if baked on insulated cookie sheets.
clothespin cookies ii recipe

Clothespin Cookies II Recipe

This is a much easier version of clothes pin cookies.

This is a much easier version of clothes pin cookies.
clothespin cookies iii recipe

Clothespin Cookies III Recipe

A flaky pastry dough is baked onto greased wooden clothespins and then filled with ... Place covered clothes pins 2 inches apart onto ungreased cookie sheets.

A flaky pastry dough is baked onto greased wooden clothespins and then filled with a sweet, nutty ricotta filling.
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Clothes Pin Cookies - Printer Friendly

Clothes Pin Cookies. Rated as 4.38 out of 5 Stars. Recipe By:Donna Pierson. " Puff pastry cookies wrapped on clothes pins, baked and then filled. 1/2 inch to 5/8  ...


clothes pin cookies review by goldina budner

Clothes Pin Cookies - Review by Goldina Budner

Dec 7, 2014 ... One of my clients gave me her recipe but I didn't care for it. So I tried this one, hence this recipe is like what my aunt used to make. It's a very good ...

I been looking for this recipe for a long time. One of my clients gave me her recipe but I didn't care for it. So I tried this one, hence this recipe is like what my aunt used to make. It's a very good recipe just follow directions to a "T" and you'll have no problems. Just make sure your clothespins are seasoned before you roll the dough onto them. To do that I put lard on mine and wiped them off good but did not wash them and I still don't. Mi just wipe them down with a clean towel and put them back until the next time.
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Clothes Pin Cookies Photos

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Clothespin Cookies II - Printer Friendly

Clothespin Cookies II. Rated as 3.46 out of 5 Stars. Recipe By:Kelley. "This is a much easier version of clothes pin cookies." ...


clothespin cookies ii review by heather11 3 79

Clothespin Cookies II - Review by HEATHER11_3_79

This recipe was time consuming and hard. The filling was greasy and the pastry was bland. I will not make this recipe again.

This recipe was time consuming and hard. The filling was greasy and the pastry was bland. I will not make this recipe again.
clothes pin cookies review by diny

Clothes Pin Cookies - Review by diny

Dec 2, 2009 ... Also, I have in a pinch just used crisco,powdered sugar and marshmellow cream and almond extract for the filling. I use the old style clothes pins ...

Instead of vanilla I use almond flavoring for the filling. Also, I have in a pinch just used crisco,powdered sugar and marshmellow cream and almond extract for the filling. I use the old style clothes pins without springs from the craft store. These freeze very well. I usually bake at 425 for 5 minutes then turn it down to 400 for another 10- but that all depends on how thin you can get these rolled out- thinner the better.
clothes pin cookies review by phambabe

Clothes Pin Cookies - Review by PHAMBABE

Dec 6, 2009 ... Using 2 sheets of puff pastry dough, and strips wound on 4.5 inch dowels of 1/2" thickness, I got 36 cookies. This recipe is a keeper!

Used frozen puff pastry dough because I didn't have all day to make the dough, but will make the dough next time as well! The filling was great, very tasty. I used butter-flavored shortening and it was great! I recommend cutting the strips a bit longer than 4-5 inches, I liked the long narrow shells better than fat wide ones. I halved the filling recipe and ended up with a LOT left over. Using 2 sheets of puff pastry dough, and strips wound on 4.5 inch dowels of 1/2" thickness, I got 36 cookies. This recipe is a keeper!