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Hello friends! Hope you had a nice weekend. It was a busy, busy weekend for us which included a visit and tour to a potential University for our oldest son. It was a little nostalgic for me and even got a little teary eyed as we got closer to the campus.
It’s hard to believe it was only a few years I was writing about dropping them off at elementary school. You often hear ‘they grow up so fast’ and in fact they do. So cherish your time.
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During the weekend, I also baked some delicious and too easy cinnamon and sugar lattice pie crust cookies and because I was short on time, I used premade pie crust to make them.
The process is not hard at all, though it might look a little complicated, it took me about 25 minutes or less  from start to finish.

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You will need two pie crusts cut into strips of the same size. I used a pizza cutter to make it easier.

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Lay the strips horizontally and fold over every other one as shown. piedcrustcookiescraftberrybush-3

Lay one trip in the center…piedcrustcookiescraftberrybush-4
Unfold strips over the middle strip…
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Until you have a full lattice…piedcrustcookiescraftberrybush-7

Use a circular cookie cutter or glass and cut out some circles making sure they are big enough to place over mug.

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Sprinkle some cinnamon and sugar over the dough ….piedcrustcookiescraftberrybush-10

You can pierce a little hole at the edge of the cookie to fit a straw once cooked if you wish. Bake at 450 for 8-10 or until golden brown.

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These are so cute, easy to make and well pie crust is kinda the best part of the pie isn’t it?
If I can be honest with you, I originally wanted to make sugar cookies but my dough got too puffy and the lattice just didn’t look great and because I was short of time, this was the best alternative. :)

 

Here are some other incredibly beautiful recipes from my friends.

Happy Christmas baking!

xo

Lucy

Cranberry Orange White Chocolate Chip Cookies by Ella Claire | Pecan Chocolate Dipped Shortbread Cookies by A Burst of Beautiful | Cinnamon Cookies by Zevy Joy | Gingerbread Houses by Miss Mustard Seed

Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti by anderson + grant | Paleo Double Chocolate Chip Peppermint Cookies by Nesting with Grace | Chocolate Crinkles Cookies by So Much Better with Age | Cranberry Rosemary Butter Cookies by Nina Hendrick Design Co.

Gluten Free Coconut Fudge Bites by City Farmhouse | Maple Sugar House Cookies by Finding Home Farms | Honey Nut Rugelach by Love Grows Wild | Red Velvet Oreo Cheesecake Cookies by Nest of Posies

Mexican Spicy Chocolate Cookies by Maison de Pax | Coconut Shortbread Cookies by My Sweet Savannah | Old Fashioned Gingerbread Cookies by House 214 | Cinnamon and Sugar Lattice Pie Crust Cookies by Craftberry Bush

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