Beautiful and appealing to the eye, These cookies melt in your mouth. This is the ultimate shortbread cookie. A real treat for sure. The trick to this recipe is to have your butter soft and whip it! Whip it real good!
While living in Inuvik, located in Canada’s Arctic, I met a wonderful lady Barb Coote. Not only was she the receptionist at the hair salon I worked at at the time. She was everybody’s friend. Well known for her baking and sewing skills, Barb would seem to have a solution to any of our problems. Our Inuvik Mom we called her. A very special Lady indeed. I was fortunate enough that she passed along this recipe before I moved back home to Newfoundland.
Inuvik is a wonderful place such diverse culture, The people, the land, the animals, the aurora borealis aka Northern lights, I could go on. They even have real reindeer for their annual Santa Clause parade. I Love it.
Tropicana visited once. They thought they would bring some sunlight to the darkness. It was spectacular. I’ll share a video below. I remember I was on my way to work when they were setting up. We even got some free Orange juice which was a pretty big deal in Inuvik. Especially when your paying about $20 for a 2 liter. It still brings a tear to my eye Every time.
How to make these ultimate 4 ingredient shortbread. Well actually 5 if you count the cherries.
- 1 lbs real butter softened
- 1 cup icing sugar
- 1cup cornstarch
- 2 cups of flour
Whip softened butter for about 3 minutes combine other dry ingredients in a separate bowl and add to the butter. Whip Whip Whip with your mixer until you have a thick dough. Pipe onto parchment lined cookie sheet or roll into balls and flatten with a fork. Bake at 350 for 10-12 mins. Immediately place cherry in center while hot. cool on tray. Enjoy!
Thanks for following, liking and subscribing!
4 thoughts on “Easy 4 Ingredient Shortbread Cookies!”
Yum, these sound incredible! Christmas shortbread is a tradition in my family too but we never pipe ours like that. I am thinking we should this year because they look amazing! Thank you for sharing 🙂
LikeLiked by 1 person
Your welcome enjoy 😉
Can these freeze well?
LikeLiked by 1 person
Yes they freeze very well I always make them ahead of time 😊