When it comes to the holiday season, there are just certain things we cant live without. Or at least, there are certain things we think we cant live without. One of those items for me is a family Christmas cookie recipe that has been handed down for at least three generations. Its called Church Windows.
Now, this nifty little cookie gets its name because it resembles a stained glass church window. The chocolate will form the frame and the marshmallows are the colored glass inside. Take my word for it, because if you see a plate of these cookies go by, grab one. Ive never seen anyone sit and study the design, only devour the cookie.
Even though this cookie doesnt have any decoration on it that resembles Christmas, like a tree or Santa Claus, it is only made near the holidays. Why? Ill never know, nor will I ever make it during a non-holiday time of year! Family tradition says so!
So, what makes this little cookie so great, you ask. First, it is simple to make. The kids can play a large role in making them, however they need supervision since it involves use of the stove. Second, they are very colorful and brighten up any holiday dessert table. Last, they...