If a cookie looks as good as this one it’s a shame to eat it! This is a fun idea for a class party or a Unicorn party…
Today is the last of 4 weeks of counting down to Christmas! Be sure to check out the other bloggers Christmas treat ideas at the end of this post!
I used our sugar cookies recipe together with these instructions to make the spiral cookies.
Basically, you use two colours of dough, roll it out separately and place them on top of each other. Then roll it up like a log. Cover with cling film and let it rest in the fridge for an hour. Lastly, cut it into circles and bake.
Then, I added green icing sugar to stick two cookies together with a thick craft stick in between.
Confession: it was supposed to be green and red for Grinch cookies, but it came out pink(liquid food colouring that was supposed to be red), but now it is Unicorn cookies!
I gave these to a class I worked with at school this year, and they loved it!
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More Christmas treats from awesome bloggers:
Kid Friendly Mince Pies by Rainy Day Mom
Choc Peanut Butter Surprise Cookies by Tales of Beauty for Ashes
How to make Christmas Cookies by The Creative Pair
Gingerbread Golem Cookies by The Gingerbread House
Soft and Juicy Snickerdoodles by Playdough & Popsicles
Festive Ice Cream by Witty Hoots
Cookies with Marshmallow Frosting by Kitchen Counter Chronicles
Christmas Cookie Jar by Sun Hats and Wellie Boots
Dairy Free Ginger Spice Cookies by Crafty Kids at Home
Candy Coated Prezels by Creative Family Fun
Gluten Free Orange Cranberry Dip by Freshly Planted
What a fun idea!!
tracey witts says
these look like fun, we are going to try this x
Such a fun idea! These would be perfect simple homemade gifts!
These are absolutely wonderful. I love how simple they are to make