Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 1-1/2 hours + cooling
Makesabout 3 dozen
Yum! I added 1/4 t peppermint extract to one batch and 1 t vanilla extract to another but still sprinkled both with crushed candy canes. 1 hr 45 min in my oven and the pans were rotated after 1hr.
These kisses have great flavor and I love the low fat alternative to the typical Christmas treat . But, I guess I didn't beat the egg- white mixture long enough for they turned out flat and like a cookie, still good though. I will try again.
I probably should have beaten the egg whites a while longer, since they weren't as stiff as I would have liked. The cookies still look beautiful and were nice and crunchy after 1 1/2 hours.
These are easy and fun to make. My boys help me crush the candy canes and I put the mixture into a piping frosting bag with an open star tip and they are very cute. My 5th grader just loves these. When I asked what he wanted to bring for his class Christmas party he said "glass cookies!" That is what he calls them. :)
I like to tint them lightly.
A nice healthy alternative sweet treat :)
Very easy to make and very tasty. Used red and green striped candy canes. Piped them out on the smaller size so it made a lot of kisses. Great addition to our cookie trays. Will make again.
This is a family favorite...everyone askes me to make this every year