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Just 3 Ingredients, That's All You Need for These Stunning Snowflake Cookies!

Introducing a new cookie-making secret weapon: store-bought wonton wrappers.

Let other bakers wrestle with hot irons to create traditional Swedish rosettes. You can just grab a pair of kitchen shears -- or hand kids’ scissors to a household elf who has a knack for making paper snowflakes. All you need are three ingredients -- store-bought wonton wrappers, safflower oil, and confectioners' sugar -- and 30 minutes. Fold the dough squares into triangles, and snip diamonds, semicircles, and notches into the edges. Then unfold them, fry, and dust with sugar. The most magical part? Just as in nature, no two are alike.

 

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wonton wrappers
Photography by: John Kernick

Step 1: Fold

Join two corners of a wonton wrapper to make a triangle, then fold in half again.

snow angle cookie cutting
Photography by: Pernille Loof

Step 2: Cut

Snip shapes into corners and sides of triangle.

snow angel cookies
Photography by: Pernille Loof

Step 3: Cook

Unfold and fry for 2 minutes in a hot, neutral oil, like safflower. Let dry on paper towels, then dust with confectioners’ sugar and serve the same day.
 
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