Baking Night: Church Window Cookies

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There’s some discussion whether these should be called cookies or candy.  Let’s call it what it really is: diabetes.  Whatever the name, they are yummy and super, duper sweet.  Really sweet.  Like when Will Ferrell put maple syrup on his sugar cereal in Elf sweet.  But they are fun and kids love them.  Okay, I love them too.

Church Window Cookies

INGREDIENTS:

1 12 oz. pkg. semi-sweet chocolate chips
1/4 lb. butter
1 c. chopped walnuts
1 10 oz. pkg. colored miniature marshmallows

DIRECTIONS:

1.  In a medium saucepan, combine the chocolate chips and butter and stir until melted.
2.  Let the mixture cool so the marshmallows don’t melt.  When cool, add in nuts and marshmallows.  Stir until the nuts and marshmallows are covered in chocolate.
3.  Sprinkle coconut on a sheet of waxed paper.  Spoon the chocolate mixture in a long strip onto the waxed paper.  Sprinkle more on top.  Wrap the log in the waxed paper and refrigerate until firm.  Slice and serve!

 Rolled and ready to go

Here they are sliced and stored on waxed paper (a little easier to photograph)
And a on the plate, a mound of yumminess!

My husband said I should show you these, so you know what NOT to do.  I don’t know why he’s complaining; I call these mistakes “quitters” and he ate them in three seconds flat.  He’s right; it’s nice to know the pitfalls of a specific recipe.  These couldn’t really be avoided, though: they are from the ends of the roll.  Still yummy, but not pretty.  Here you go, my “quitters!”

Enjoy this recipe, as they only come ’round once a year {my waistline says “thankfully”}.  As always, feel free to join in the fun and link up your own cookie recipes!
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8 Comments

  1. wow, I’m going to copy this , they look so good. Merry Christmas from another Sista.

    Hugs,
    Chris

    P.S. I wish I could get 200 to sign my Followers List, I have 22…:)

  2. Merry Christmas! Popping over from SITS and I am so happy to find a fellow cookie baker. These are such pretty cookies. I’ll have to print and archive them for next year or later in the week. I’m thinking later in the week. 🙂 Have a lovely week.

  3. I’m glad I found your blog. What an amazing story.
    I’m dropping by from SITS to say hello.
    I love all the recipes too!
    I’d love for you to come on by and visit me too! We have 2 little girls both little miracles…

  4. My grandma makes these every year for us around the holidays. I’m going to attempt to make them this year all by myself. And thanks to your step by step recipe, I’m sure I’ve got it down! Thank you!

    1. My grammie used to make them too, such memories! So glad you can use it, it’s pretty easy but definitely more hands-on than most cookie recipes. Merry Christmas!

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