Brown Sugar Pinwheel Cookies
You'll love this "Brown Sugar Pinwheel Cookies" recipe, passed down by an Italian mother, so you know it's going to be good! This cookie recipe is easy to make and will fill the house with a lovely aroma.
This brown sugar pinwheel cookies recipe is so easy to make, just whip up the dough which is almost a biscuit type dough. Then spread on the softened butter, sprinkle with a really good amount of brown sugar, roll it up, slice it up, bake until golden and there you have a simple but delicious crunchy, delicious brown sugar pinwheel cookies. The ingredients you will need for this brown sugar pinwheel cookies include flour, baking powder, salt, softened butter, milk and for the topping brown sugar, and softened butter. To start pre heat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Then in a large bowl with a whisk mix flour, baking powder and salt, with a pastry blender cut in butter until it resembles coarse crumbs, add milk and with a fork mix till mixture becomes a soft dough turn onto a lightly floured surface and knead just until dough is thoroughly combined. Roll dough out to ⅛ inch thickness.
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