Leftovers month continues. And this week is utilizing the leftover pie crust in the fridge from the holidays.
Crust cookies are one of those things that are popular and will disappear quickly.
You take extra pie crust, spread on melted butter, and top with cinnamon sugar. Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit until golden brown and cool before busting the crust into bite-sized pieces.
I did give in to the incessant holiday ads for a spice company and bought the cinnamon sugar topping, even though it is ridiculously easy to make.
This is one of those cookies that are kind of brainless and look oh so very simple to make. And they are. But there is the time involved in rolling out, topping, and baking.
Although this is one of the easiest makes for CTIAT, it still took me 2 and a half hours to bake all three cookie sheets full, cool, and break up.
I used the time wisely by reading a couple of the articles for tomorrow’s class.
Look at me, multi-tasking even while making the cookies!
That was a joke.
In reality, my mid-morning meeting cancelled.
That’s okay, there will be another meeting tomorrow. Or, rather, class all day tomorrow.