Church Window Cookies
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + chilling
I'm 63 years old, born and raised in Indiana and I've never heard of these cookies. I even looked in several fundraiser cookbooks I have from Indiana. How do they pick the best cookie from a state?
I have been making these for years. We don't use coconut but I have found they are even better with crushed nuts on the outside.
Add 1 Tbsp. good vanilla for extra flavor.
I have been making these since the 1970's but for the last several years the chocolate/butter mixture gets too dry and doesn't coat the marshmallows properly. I am using the same brand of ingredients that I have always used. Anyone have a suggestion as to how to correct this? I am at the point of not wanting to make them.
I have been making these since my children were very small, more than 30 years. These are still a favorite! Now my grandchildren enjoy them! These are great to make ahead and have on hand to just slice and serve.
This is the recipe my Mom made at Christmas time for at least 35 years. She called it Window Pane Candy. Just seeing the picture brought back sweet memories. Quick, easy and So good!