Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 30 mins

Fluffy, mouth watering, worth the calories. I have been cooking these cookies for about 9 years now. I bring them to christmas parties and yet to come home with any leftover. Need I say more. Hope those who try them enjoy them as much as my friends, family, and co-workers have.


  1. With and Electric mixer, beat butter & Icing sugar until it stands up like egg whites.
  2. In a seperate medium bowl, combine flour and corn starch. Add slowly to butter and icing sugar mixture. (I find when your mixer starts to power out, then use a wooden spoon to take over, but please try to use the mixer as long as possible).
  3. Drop from teaspoon onto cookie sheet about 2 inches apart. Top cookies with jub-jubs, bar cherries, or anything really. My oldest son loves smarties on his. Imagination is up to you.
  4. Bake at 300 for approx 30 minutes until bottom edges turn a light brown.
  5. (Because all ovens vary please start checking them at about 20-25 minutes).
Most Helpful

Wonderful! There's still a batch in the oven and Dave & I have already started eating the first batch! Delicious, easy recipe. I used half flour and half ground rice to get a more traditional shortbread taste. This is a keeper for sure!

Tina and Dave April 18, 2008

I made these this evening cause I had absurd amounts of butter in my freezer. I also wanted to try something other than my own shortbread,, these are now a new favorite and next year for sure will be added to my baking tray. I find that alot of whipped shortbread recipes you need a cookie press which I don't own, bhtese were easy to maek and absolutely fantastic, my boyfriend who hates shortbread even liked them(he won't even eat mine). Thanks for posting, definate keeper. Leanne

~Leanne~ January 15, 2007