Church Window Cookies | The Cupboard Drawer Recipe Book
Church Windows Cookies are a pretty nifty way to celebrate the great wonders of stained glass found in houses of worship, and public buildings around the world. For me, there has always been a certain fascination with the stories told in each of these unique creations. This recipe was given to my Mom, Dorothy, by her long time friend Mrs Vivien Wright. It is a great recipe for teaching cooking principles to young children as well as a pleasing to the eye treat. Do Enjoy!
1 Pkg (12 oz) Chocolate Chips
1 Cup nuts, finely chopped
¼ Lb Butter
1 pkg (10 ½ oz) Miniature colored Marshmallows, cut into quarters and halves
Shredded Coconut (approx 4-6 oz)
- In a saucepan over low heat, melt the Chocolate Chips, and butter, allow to cool
- Add the Marshmallows and Nuts to the Chocolate Mixture, form into a log, and roll in the Coconut. Wrap in wax paper.
- Store in Refrigerator, Cut into slices when ready to serve.
Yield approx 24 slices depending on thickness.
Michigan State Univ Museum Stained Glass Census
Michigan's cultural heritage. They maintain a computerized archive to preserve an invaluable Stain Glass Windows have always held a fascination for me, The very rich colors, especially the bright reds, and blues, have hold my attention still whenever I see one. MichiganStateUniversity has been documenting the Stained Glass widows throughout Michigan since 1992. AS they state in their Website it is an ongoing project that focuses attention on a long-neglected portion of resource of visual and documentary material related to Michigan's social, religious, and art history.
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