|Yield||2 to 4 doz.|
In Victorian times, sugar cookies known as “scrap cookies” were often decorated with paper illustrations of Saint Nicholas and other Christmas characters and scenes. Make your own by adding paper decorations (photocopied photographs, for example) to cookies baked with cut-out spaces. These cookies make wonderfully old-fashioned tree ornaments, but they are also meant to be eaten. Remember to remove the paper decoration before taking a bite.
|~||Dough for Gingerbread Men|
|~||Small paper decorations|
This recipe comes from Sara Perry’s article on holiday desserts.
This content is from the Sara Perry collection.
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