At Tablespoon we love rainbows, as you well know.
And now, we've taken the rainbow to a whole new level that will have the kids screaming in joy and the adults watering at the mouth. This Rainbow Sugar Cookie Bark
, inspired by the blog, momontimeout
, looked like so much fun that I just had to do this with my kids. This is a giant sugar cookie lathered with vanilla coating and then sprinkled with whatever rainbow colored candy suits your fancy.
Start with some refrigerated Pillsbury Sugar Cookie dough.
Roll out the dough on a parchment lined cookie dough sheet.
While the cookie is baking enlist your enthusiastic littles to sort your candy into a rainbow. I don't think you'll have a problem finding help doing this.
You might have a few casualties but in the end you should have some perfectly sorted sweets.
Once you've baked and cooled the cookie, spread half of the vanilla coating on top and decorate with your colorful candies. You want to do it in batches so that the coating doesn't cool too quickly.
Decorate in whatever pattern you like. There are no rules here!
Let the bark set and then cut or break the bark into pieces. The rustic look is totally okay here.
My boys couldn't wait to take a bite. I had to shoo their hands away so I could get a picture. Enjoy! Christy joined the Tablespoon team to share her recipes and inspire family food fun. You may also check her out at the-girl-who-ate-everything.com.