Recipe by RedApple
"They're all red and white with a hint of maple. When sliced, the cookies reveal a white base, red middle, and white top. They will have you singing 'O Canada' for the rest of the day!"
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seedless raspberry jam
red food coloring, or as needed
confectioners' sugar, or as needed
milk, or as needed
This is the same recipe I've called Marzipan Square, which I make only at Christmas. I divide the batter, color one red the other green and carefully swirl once on top of the jam. Thanks RedApple for giving me an excuse to make these again, on Canada Day!
I'm soooo glad I came across this recipe (again)! I had it in my collection for years, but somehow managed to lose it. Thanks for posting it.
I divide the batter in half, and tint one part. Then I do a checkerboard pattern by dropping alternate colors of batter onto the base. You can make the 'drops' as large / small as you like. Tint the frost with a complementing color. Great addition to any dessert tray.
I love this great tasting and easy to make but I had to refrigerate it so the icing would become solid enough s I could cut it but other than that it was perfect
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 73
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