Thermomix Stained Glass Cookies

Thermomix Stained Glass Cookies

The table lights up with magic with Thermomix Stained Glass Cookies! Biscuits of all shapes and sizes enclose small shiny and transparent surfaces such as glass.

They are so fascinating that they enchant (and entice) young and old.

Thermomix stained glass cookies are those cookies that if you see them, they seem very complicated to make…. instead they are really very simple.

The window effect inside the biscuits always arouses great amazement, but making it is child's play ... especially with the Thermomix! Just chop a few seconds the candies and cook them with the biscuit for a few minutes.

A trivial trick that gives a perfect result ;-) If you want to create shades of color, instead, you can use isomalt (a friend told me so but I haven't used it yet: candies are too comfortable!).

If you make a small hole along the edge, where it is thicker, you can pass a colored ribbon and they become perfect decorations for the tree. And they are also very nice to give as gifts!

If you are looking for other ideas for Christmas cookies, I suggest the vanillekipferl, some very very good Austrian cookies, gingerbreads or cinnamon cookies.


(6 people)
- 125 g sugar
- 250 g plain flour
- 125 g unsalted butter
- One medium egg
- 20 g vanilla sugar
- About ½ tsp salt
- 20 hard candies

Let's cook

Put about twenty hard candies in the mixing bowl and chop A few Sec. Speed 10. Set aside.

Rinse the mixing bowl, dry it and add 125 g sugar, 250 g plain flour, 125 g unsalted butter, an egg, 20 g vanilla sugar, ½ tspsalt and knead 3 Min. Dough Mode.

Roll out the dough between 2 sheets of baking paper to a thickness of 1 cm, put the dough in the fridge for 30 Min.

Take the pastry out of the fridge and cut out the cookies to the shape you prefer.

With a smaller mold, create a hole inside the cookies. You can use the same design as the larger mold or a circle.

Bake the cookies for about 10 Min. At 180C. They need to be half cooked.

Take out of the oven, put the chopped candies in the holes and bake again for 10 Min. At 180C.

Let it cool completely before serving or packaging.


You can add the chopped zest of a lemon or spices to the dough.

If you want to hang the cookies on the tree, make a hole with the toothpick in the thickest part of the edge!

Translated from the Biscotti di Vetro
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