Super Fun Snowman Cookies Party Food Idea
Today on the blog we have some fantastic Snowman Cookies. It’s been snowing a little here in Lancashire which has been lovely for my daughter, however, we’ve not had enough snow to build a snowman. That hasn’t stopped the festive season however and these lovely snowman sugar cookies are one way to celebrate the winter season.
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Ingredients For Your Snowman Cookies
- 1 pkg. Sugar Cookie Dough
- 1 Can White Frosting
- 1 pkg. Gummy Lifesavers
- Mini Chocolate Chips
- Edible Eyes
- Orange Carrot-shaped Candy Sweethearts
- Black Rope Licorice
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Let’s Make The Snowman Cookies
Bake the cookies per package directions, let cool, and frost them.
Cut 3-4 inch pieces of the licorice and press one on the top half edge of each cookie.
Put a lifesaver on the end of each licorice piece so they look like earmuffs.
Place 2 eyes and an orange candy nose on each cookie.
Press 5-6 chocolate chips under the orange nose to look like a smiley face.
You now have a super cute and fun treat to share with the family and kids.
The perfect Christmas party treat or maybe you could take them to school to share with your child’s class.
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super cute! And while I do like to bake from scratch, I kinda like that this uses already made ingredients. I prefer to use already made things when doing crafts/activities with the kids. It’s so much work as it is without having to make everything.
It is a simple and easy way to decorate and make cookies/ biscuits with kids.
These are super cute and they look so easy to make. My son would love them
I bet. They are cute.
These cookies are too cute! My son and I will be making cookies this weekend with my mom. Christmas is the best season! I love all the traditions.
oh that’s great. There are so many fun christmas ideas out there.
A Busy Bees Life says
I love cookies and I love learning how to bake things in different ways and be more creative.
Cookies are great..especially chewy ones.
Dr. Elise Cohen Ho says
I love those faces. They are just so cute.
Very cute idea! So simple and a perfect family activity.
Thanks. It is a fun activity for the little ones.