Friday, September 14, 2007

Blissful Maple

Maple Leaf Cookies

1 cup butter
1 cup brown sugar
½ cup maple syrup
1 large egg yolk
3 cups flour

Cream butter and sugar together before adding the maple syrup and then the egg yolk. Gradually shift the flour into the syrup & butter mix.

Divide the dough in half, wrap in plastic and chill until firm.

Pre heat your oven to 350F or 180C

Prepare your baking sheets, don’t we have too many options these days? silicone still leaves me confused, clay makes them crispy, parchment paper and good old butter on metal, take your pick.

Roll the chilled dough to about 1/8 thin. Maple leaf cookie cutter your leaves, get creative by drawing a knife lightly across them to mark veins. 8-10 minutes in the oven for smaller 3 inch cookies or 10-12 for larger 5 inch cookies. Bundle the scraps and chill again to get the most out of your dough.

Frosting (if you can’t get enough maple) ½ cup maple syrup and 2 cups of confectionary sugar should result in spreading or piping frosting.
Recycled Country Turkey made with an old pair of jeans and other rustic fabrics. Was going to toss this photo but then decided the ray of light coming through the window was a nice touch while we mark the changing of seasons.


4 comments:

Storybook Woods said...

Oh what yummy cookies. Thank you Pearl Maple we will be making these. I have linked you by the way. Have a yummy day Clarice

Junie Moon said...

What a fantastic cookie recipe. I love the flavor of maple and your cookies are such a wonderful Autumn Bliss Week treat. Thank you so much!

Lori said...

those cookies sound delicious and it just so happens they make maple syrup right up in the town square, very yummy stuff! i will be making these!

Kelli said...

Hello! I found your blog from Clarice! Maple is one of my favorite flavors so I will be making these for sure! Thank you for the recipe!
Kelli