Recipe: Snowflake Cookies

Snowflake Cookies

By Margarita Lee

Margarita Lee


  • 120g White marshmallows
  • 25g Butter
  • 15g Corn syrup 
  • 20g Matcha powder
  • 69g Milk powder 
  • 80g Mixed nuts
  • 25g Freeze-dried strawberries 
  • 25g Cranberries
  • 50g Milk biscuits 
Photo by Margarita Lee


  1. Sieve milk powder and matcha powder, then set aside.
  2. Melt the marshmallows with butter over low heat.
  3. Once melted, add in corn syrup.
  4. Add in the sieved milk and matcha powder. Once well combined, turn off heat.
  5. Add in and combine mixed nuts.
  6. Once well combined, add in the rest of ingredients and mix well to combine.
  7. Remove from the pan and place on a large piece of baking paper. 
  8. While warm, shape into a rectangle and flatten with a rolling pin to approximately 3cm tall. 
  9. Wrap the baking paper over the top of the cookie and leave to cool and set. 
  10. Once set, cut into any shape you prefer.


Check out more of Margarita’s recipes on her FB @ Umummy Food


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