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swedish cremes


these are great little cookies for any holiday!! for christmas i use red and green sugar (one side red and one green), for easter i use pastels. for just everyday, i use regular sugar.


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  1. Mix butter
  2. Flour and whipping cream well
  3. Refrigerate
  4. Roll dough on floured board as thin as you can
  5. Cut with a small cookie cutter
  6. Dip in sugar
  7. Prick tops with fork
  8. Bake 7-9 minutes at 350f degrees or until light and golden
  9. Do not overbake !
  10. ----------cremefilling---------
  11. Mix butter
  12. Powdered sugar
  13. Egg yolk
  14. Vanilla
  15. Mix all well pipe onto bottom side of cooled cookie and top with another cookie make sure you have the bottoms against the filling so they are"prettier"
  16. Refrigerate due to the raw egg yolk in filling
  17. Make very sure your eggs are fresh

Step 12

Total Time in Minute 29

Ingredients Count 6

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Whipping cream

Powdered sugar

Egg yolk


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