Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Madeline Cookies With a Twist

I was thinking of something sweet today and thought of a cookie.
Dusting the pan with flour.
Making sure all the shells are covered.
The flour is so pretty in my Anthropologie measuring cup.

The batter is poured carefully into the pan.
I then cooled them off before adding the powdered sugar.
Now for the surprise!
 Cut some paper from an old book with pinking shears.
Use regular scissors to make a straight cut on the top.
Cut the paper the length of the cookie.
Use tape to close the edges.

Line them up in a basket.

On a platter or tray.

Have fun with it and don't forget to share!


  1. I love this idea! Your cookies look delicious! And so sweetly presented. Hope your day is a good one. Tammy

  2. I love what you did with the old book page! The cookies look delicious too. So nice to meet you. Thank you for visiting me.

  3. These look delicious and so cute with the book page. We recently bought a madeleine tray and have made our first batch - I love them with a coffee!

  4. Beautifully done! I love the contrast of the printed pages with the golden cookies. I also love book page upstyling, I've used it in a major way in my craft room redo. I've got pics on my blog if you'd like to look. And now, I want cookies!


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