Total TimePrep: 30 min. + chilling Bake: 20 min.
Makesabout 3 dozen
I wish I had read judihannerat's review before I tried these angel wings. I had the same result she did. What a mess! And what a waste of half a pound of butter.
Very disappointed. Had to throw away the 2 batches I made for church bazaar thus Saturday. These were tedious to make. The butter all over the pan and into my oven. What a mess I had to clean up! Don't know what went wrong, am an experienced cookie maker, have made 21 other kinds for bazaar and they are all excellent. Will not try these again....
I added a 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla as I felt it just needed a little more flavor.
I love these cookies and they are different & pretty. I don't make the dough though. I use store bought puff pastry.
I love these cookies. They are bit tedious to make, but well worth the effort. They are especially yummy when dipped in a chocolate liqueur.
<p>I have made several times. I always use salted butter. They are great baked fresh. Put cinnamon sugar on the wax paper or parchment so they do not stick. Keep them refrigerated and uncooked until near time to serve them for best flavor. They can also be frozen. Its important the butter be slightly cold when you mix it or they don't come out as flaky. Happy holidays!!</p>
I make these cookies every Christmas. I absolutely love them. They are easy to make and look fancy. They are also incredibly delicious! Just follow the recipe exactly and you will be good. Especially make sure you keep the dough refrigerated long enough. That is key.
I was disappointed with the turn out after so much time and effort was put into them. I followed the recipe to a 'T', but still there was issues. 1) the dough stuck to the wax paper 2) the cookies stuck to the pan 3) because the sugar is added before baking it melted off and burned. All around this recipe is not worth the trouble...
I made these cookies for Christmas two years back and everyone was disappointed I forgot to make them last year so this year I am making a double batch. So easy to make and to guarantee they shine on a cookie platter, I use a colored or decorative sugar in the second sugar step. also add a dash of salt to the recipe.
I loved this recipe. It reminds me of cookie I had growing up that I can't get now. I made them and gave them as gifts.