Have you ever made window cookies with hard candies? I thought it would be fun to do a butterscotch flame version with my tin candle cookie cutter. I rolled out some sugar cookie dough, crushed some butterscotch discs, and whipped up some frosting using powdered sugar, brown sugar, vanilla, butter and milk. Tasty cookies with a bottle of milk.
While I was making them, I thought about a song that my nephew learned in choir that starts out, “light one candle for hope.” My niece, whose name sounds a lot like “candle” thinks the song is about her. What a true thought; we are all capable of being figurative candles for peace, hope and love.
6 thoughts on “butterscotch cookie candles”
They tasted great to a weary teacher
I like your rolling pin, too 🙂
You always make me want to bake and inspire me to get back to my own creative work. Thank you!
thank you for the compliment – you are most welcome!!
What a great idea! It’s so effective! Great post :-)))
these are AMAZING!!! wow new inspiration station is fast becoming your blog!! 🙂