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Easter Cat Cookies

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Easter Cat Cookies
  • Prep Time 40 min
  • Total Time 2 hr 30 min
  • Servings 24
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Easter Cat Cookies

Cute kitty sugar cookies topped with coconut and in a bunny suit!

Ingredients

1
(17.5 oz.) pouch Betty Crocker™ sugar cookie mix
1
tablespoon flour (for cookie mix)
1
egg (for cookie mix)
1/3
cup butter, softened but not melted (for cookie mix)
1
(16 ounce) can of Betty Crocker™ Whipped fluffy white frosting
1
cup shredded sweetened coconut
48
white Jordan almonds
Pink edible marker
1/2
cup melted white chocolate chips
48
white chocolate chips
Black edible marker

Directions

  • 1 Preheat oven to 375º F. Prepare cookie mix according to package instructions.
  • 2 Roll dough and cut into oval shapes using an oval cookie cutter. Bake 7-9 minutes. Cool cookies completely before decorating.
  • 3 Spread the bottom half of the cookie with the fluffy white frosting. Sprinkle coconut on top of frosting and press down gently. Using the pink edible marker, color in the middle of the white Jordan almonds for the ears.
  • 4 Attach to the top of cookie using melted white chocolate chips. Draw a line under the almonds to make it look like a bunny ear band.
  • 5 With the melted white chocolate, attach pink confetti sprinkle for the nose and 2 white chocolate chips for the cat ears.
  • 6 Draw in the eyes, mouth and whiskers with the black edible marker.
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These Easter cookies are so cute, they’re almost a crime.

As prepared by Party Pinching,

It’s the Easter Cat! Wait. What?

A fun little spin on your Easter cookies – A sweet little kitty cat all dressed up in a fluffy bunny suit made from flaked coconut.

One of the best things about social media around Easter time is pets dressed up in bunny ears I admit putting bunny ears on my beagle and I know that some of you do it too. Just admit it. It’s hilarious. And cute.

So I decided to dress up my cat cookies with bunny ears.

Oh.My.Cuteness!

 

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Follow the package info to prep the Betty Crocker cookie mix dough.

 

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Roll out the dough and cut out oval shapes with your cookie cutter.

 

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Spread some frosting on the bottom of the cookie.

 

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Now sprinkle some coconut on the frosting. Press it down a little so it sticks.

 

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Color the middle of 2 candy-coated almonds with a pink edible marker for some cute fat bunny ears.

 

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Add the ears on with melted white chocolate chips and draw a line with the white chocolate with a toothpick under the ears so it looks like a bunny ear band. Just like those cat memes with bunny ears!

 

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Attach a pink sprinkle for the nose and some white chocolate chips for ears.

 

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Draw in a sweet kitty face with the black edible marker.

 

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So if you don’t want to totally humiliate your pet on social media this Easter by posting a pic of them in bunny ears, you can make these instead! #bunnyearcatcookies

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