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Sorry but this had way too many marshmellows and not enough chocolate in it for my liking.
I have been making these as long as I can remember (little girl) My mother and I rolled them into a log and then in finely chopped nuts put foil around them and froze them. Nice cookie to have on hand, we called them stained glass windows. Thank you for the memories and the recipe.
I hadn't eaten this in years! My first introduction to this confection was by my Great Auntie Ann. She called them 'Church Windows', and also used butterscotch chips in her recipe. So for my batch, I did 2/3 choc. chips and 1/3 butterscotch. Thanks for posting a great recipe, cathy shortliffe, and a wonderful memory for me, as well!
Easy and pretty! I made these for my xmas cookie trays. They take NO time to make and they are really yummy! Thanks. :)
I'm not a fan of chocolate, but my BF really liked them. My mom makes the same cookies but she calls them Church Windows because they look like the stained glass in a church. I'll be taking these to the next party at work.
Just received these as part of a Christmas bake exchange and found the recipe already posted here! These are fantastic and make a great addition to a sweet tray. I love these little treats and will be making them again soon.
very yummy.... Make this at work.....