This was a wonderful recipe. One problem was that the dough was very dry, so i added close to a cup of milk to get it into a more doughlike consistency. i didn't measoure it out, i just eyeballed it. the dough itself was quite quick, it was just the rolling out and twitsing. i found that if you place the two coloured strips side by side, with the edges touching in a straight line, then roll each end in the opposite direction, it the twist comes out perfect. i also squished the sides so the spirals didn't puff up like the picture. The first time i made them, i found that there wasn't enough peppermint flavour, so the next time, i doubled what the recipe called for. the flavour was faint, and my husband couldn't taste it, but i could. i suggest using 1 and a half teaspoons. These cookies are very good, with a few minor tweaks. i have a very big family, and they demand i bring them to our annual christmas dinner. the kids also love helping out, although they need to be a little older. you can even hang them on your tree!
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This was a wonderful recipe. One problem was that the dough was very dry, so i added close to...