Guest Author - Scottish Shortbread

Welcome Jo-Ann Carson author of A Highland Ghost for Christmas. She is sharing a great recipe!
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Old Fashioned Scottish Shortbread
Many years ago a Scottish lady gave me this recipe and I've been using it to bake shortbread every Christmas since then. I hope you love it as much as I do. Unfortunately Cullen couldn't eat it, but he said it smelled “perfect.”
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Ingredients:
1 lb. butter
1 cup fruit sugar (though to be honest I usually use regular)
4 cups white flour
pinch salt
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1. Cream butter and sugar together.
2. Gradually add flour and knead it into the dough.
3. Put the dough in a flat tray. I like to use pie plates.
4. Roll (And here is the secret to good shortbread. The term "roll" means to beat the top of the batter with the back of a spoon.)
5. Cut into pieces
6. Prick the top with a fork.
7. Bake one hour (or until edges brown) at 350 degrees.
8. Sprinkle with sugar.

Blurb – A Highland Ghost for Christmas
Jilted by her fiancé, librarian Maddy Jacobson is nursing a broken heart, when her best friend gives her an early Christmas present. Intended to be a fun, psychic reading in a spooky, tea house, the gift turns out to be life changing. Maddy becomes haunted by a mischievous, Highland ghost.

Ruggedly handsome, Cullen Macfie, the Highlander, has been dead for over three centuries, and never in all those years has he been as attracted to a woman, as he is to Maddy. He falls hopelessly in love and decides to woo her.

Can there be a future for a librarian and a naughty, Highland ghost?

A Highland Ghost for Christmas is a sweet, romantic comedy guaranteed to warm the cockles of your heart, make you laugh out loud and leave you craving a man in a kilt … and shortbread, of course.

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Thank you Jo-Ann for sharing your yummy recipe with us. I will be trying this for our Christmas party!

Comments

  1. Mary,
    Thank you for hosting me and thank you for putting my pictures into a You Tube video. How cool is that! You are a wonderful host and friend.
    hugs
    Jo-Ann

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  2. Jo-Ann you recipe sound delicious and I'm sure filled with those delicious calories

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    1. It's so rich it melts in your mouth. And the smell of it baking is heavenly. Some calories are worth it. Lol
      Thanks for stopping by.
      All the best,
      Jo-Ann

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  3. Thank you for the recipe ! It will be on my "to do" list for sure! Served with a really good cup of coffee and dreaming of a Highland Ghost = PERFECT!

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    1. Aaaah Barb,
      You know how I think. Enjiy.
      Jo-Ann

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  4. Sounds yummy! And I love the cover. Would love to find a hot hunky Scotsman!

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