Meltaway Cookies

Meltaways 1 - My Daughter and I

How was your Easter? Ours was great- we went to a wonderful sunrise church service and then had a great early dinner with some friends. In between those two events, I whipped up these delicious cookies. The recipe is very unusual and only calls for four ingredients. I definitely had my doubts as I was making them. I knew I had an apple pie and also two creamy yogurt pies, just in case these failed miserably. However, they turned out great and they were so light and buttery. Everybody loved them! Like the name states – they meltaway!

I think these cookies would be great to serve at a baby or bridal shower. They are a bit delicate, so don’t try to mail them to anyone! I kept the frosting white, but I thought that they would be beautiful with pastel blue frosting and those mini pearl cookie decorations. How ever you decide to make them, they will be delicious.

Meltaways 2 - My Daughter and I

Meltaways
1 cup butter, softened
3/4 cup cornstarch
3/4 cup powdered sugar
1 cup flour

Cream butter until fluffy. Add cornstarch and powdered sugar and mix well. Beat in flour until thoroughly combined. Drop by small scoops onto baking sheet and flatten out with the bottom of a glass. (Dip glass in powdered sugar to prevent sticking). Bake at 350* for 10 – 12 minutes. Cool on wire rack and frost with cream cheese frosting, recipe listed below.

Cream cheese frosting
3 ounces cream cheese, softened
1 cup powdered sugar
1/2 tsp. vanilla

Mix all ingredients together. Color with food coloring, if desired.

Using our cookie scoop, this recipe only yielded 21 cookies. You could make them smaller.

Cindy

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