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Kwanzaa Cat Cookies

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Kwanzaa Cat Cookies
  • Prep Time 40 min
  • Total Time 2 hr 15 min
  • Servings 24
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Kwanzaa Cat Cookies

Chocolatey Kwanzaa cookies made into adorable cats with frosting and sprinkles!

Ingredients

1
(17.5 oz.) pouch of Betty Crocker™ chocolate chunk cookie mix
1
egg (for cookie mix)
1/4
cup vegetable oil (for cookie mix)
2
tablespoons water (for cookie mix)
Black non-pareils sprinkles
1
(16 oz.) can of Betty Crocker™ Rich & Creamy milk chocolate frosting
24
chocolate Necco™ Wafers candy pieces
Red confetti sprinkles
48
chocolate chips
24
red and green holiday candy corn
Black edible marker

Directions

  • 1 Preheat oven to 350º F. Prepare cookie mix according to package instructions.
  • 2 Drop cookie dough by teaspoonfuls on a cookie sheet. Bake at for 8-10 minutes.
  • 3 After removing cookies from the oven, let cool, but when still soft push the black non-pareils sprinkles into the top of the cookies for the eyes.
  • 4 Using the chocolate frosting, attach the chocolate Necco™ wafer to the middle of the cookie and the chocolate chips for the ears.
  • 5 With a toothpick dipped in the chocolate frosting, attach the red confetti sprinkle to the middle of the Necco™ wafer for the nose.
  • 6 Draw on the mouth and whiskers on the Necco™ wafer with the black edible marker.
  • 7 Cut the white tip off of the holiday candy corn. With the black edible marker, make fun designs on the candy corn. Turn upside down and attach with chocolate frosting to the top of the cookie for the hat.
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Celebrating Kwanzaa? Don’t do it without these Kwanzaa Cats.

As prepared by Party Pinching,

These cats are ready to party!

Chocolatey and sweet, these Kwanzaa Cat cookies are deliciously adorable—a great addition to your Kwanzaa celebration!

 

kwanzaa cat cookie

Betty Crocker™ Chocolate Chunk cookie mix is really my best friend. Absolutely loaded with chocolate chunks, it’s an amazing thing.

 

kwanzaa cat cookie

Don’t eat the dough. I know it’s hard, but we need it! Drop the dough on the cookie sheet by spoonfuls and bake.

 

kwanzaa cat cookie

Let the cookies cool a bit, but while they’re still soft, push the black round sprinkles in for the eyes. And maybe eat one cookie because, I mean, they are soft and gooey and right out of the oven! Let the rest cool completely.

 

kwanzaa cat cookie

Frost the back of the chocolate Necco™ wafer and put it in the middle of the cookie. Frost the bottom of the chocolate chips and put them on top of the cookie for the ears.

 

kwanzaa cat cookie

Place the red confetti sprinkle in the middle of the Necco™ wafer for the nose. If you put a little bit of frosting on a toothpick, it’s easy to attach.

 

kwanzaa cat cookie

Draw on a cute little mouth and whiskers on the Necco™ wafer with a black edible marker.

 

kwanzaa cat cookie

Make some designs with the edible marker on a holiday candy corn.

 

kwanzaa cat cookie

Cut off the tip of the candy corn, turn upside down and add to the top of the cookie with frosting.

 

kwanzaa cat cookie

Your Kwanzaa Cat cookie couldn’t be cuter!

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