Strawberry star cookies

Strawberry star cookies

Any strawberry fan here? We love making this cause  we think they are so cute and it tastes delicious. You can make this for any occasions, birthday partys, holidays, or just whenever friends or family comes over. You can also put these yummie cookies in a cute cookie jar, this makes a nice birthday gift and you can say you made it all by yourself!


160 gram flour
120 gram butter
80 gram sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla sugar
Pinch of salt
Strawberry jam
powdered sugar

Directions :

–          Preheat the oven to 170 degrees
–          mix the butter, flour, sugar and salt  and knead it with the hand
If it still feels a bit sticky put more flour into it
–          Dust the work top with some flour and also on the rolling pin
Roll out the dough  and cut stars with a star cutter.
Make sure you have 2 shapes of star cutters 1 small size and one big
So you get 1 big star and 1 big but within you need to cut with a smaller size
–          Lift the cookies onto the non stick baking paper using a palette knife. (or just with the hand)
Bake until it gets this golden color
Cool on a baking rack

Put some strawberry jam in a pan and cook it just for about 2 min and the let it cool of.
Put some jam between the 2  cookies (1 big and 1 with the same size within the small star)
Make sure you put enough jam so the cookies stick together.
Sprinkle the outside edges with some powdered sugar

making the star cookies

Hope you guys like it!

75 responses to “Strawberry star cookies

  1. Hey Twinnies, quite an interesting stuff on your blog! 🙂
    I am a big foodie and love baking biscuits and cakes. I loved these strawberry star cookies of yours. would definitely try it!

  2. Hi thanks so much for checking out my blog!
    Yours is lovely and these in particular look absolutely delicious! Can’t wait to see what more treats you have planned.


  3. Admiring the time and energy you put into your site and detailed information you offer.
    It’s great to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same out of date rehashed material.

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  4. I need this in my life. Thanks for the recipe! And thank you for stopping by and reading about us! Hope you have an incredible New Year and hope you experience many more adventurous experiences and have days where you laugh so hard your cheeks hurt and your eyes start watering. Those are the best kind of days. Happy New Year! With joy, B.

    • Your Welcome Brittany! We are glad you like this recipe! We had an incredible NYE with our family at home. Hope you had a great NYE too! Thanks so much for this lovely comment!! You too, we wish you many more adventurous, with love, warmth,joy and good health as well. XoXo

  5. Ooh I like these! These would look fantastic at a kiddies birthday party too 🙂 (Think I will have to have a go at these for my little ones parties)! Lovely blog too 🙂

    • Thank you Paintboxmum for your nice comment! We are glad you like this recipe and your little ones will like it too.. hopefully hihi 🙂 You have a great blog as well 😀

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    • Hi The inspirational Foodie! Thank you, we are glad you like it. Yes that’s a good idea too, to make it with apricot jam! Looks amazing and apricot jam is delicious! Great blog you have, thanks for the visit! 😀

    • Hi SweetLabel! Thank you for re – blogging this strawberry star cookies post! We are glad you like this! Thanks for stopping by our blog 😀

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