Mix butter or margarine in a bowl, adding sugar and vanilla sugar. Then add the whole egg, mix and then the yolks and mix again.
Gradually incorporate the flour mixed with the starch.
We put the obtained composition in a pos (I had one with a big tip, which is why my cookies came out bigger, thicker and less)
Grease a tray with a little oil and line with baking paper.
Sprinkle the circles and sticks directly into the tray. I needed some power to sprint, but I succeeded, especially since the composition of the hand softens a little from the heat of the hand.
Put the tray in the preheated oven at 190 degrees for 13-14 minutes.
We do the same with the next round.
Remove the cookies from the tray on a paper towel and leave them to cool.
For the glaze, if we use Dr. Oetker's glaze, put the envelope in hot water exactly as it says on the package and when it has melted, pour it into a plate. If we use chocolate, we break the chocolate into pieces and together with a teaspoon of butter we melt it on a steam bath.
Dip each cookie one by one in the chocolate icing and garnish with the colored candies, then place them on a wire rack until the icing hardens. The icing on the plate gradually hardens, but we solve the problem with 10 seconds in the microwave or on the steam bath, as it is easier.
After the icing has completely hardened, we put the cookies in a metal box, so they can be kept for 2-3 weeks. That's if you have the patience to keep them for Christmas, for example, because in our country cookies are eaten super fast and in a few days they disappear from the box.
We liked it so much that next week I will definitely make another portion.