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They're easy and as clever as can be. These whimsical little cookies will make your guests giddy.
I always want to get clever at Christmas but run out of time. Last year, two days before the holiday, I remembered that I hadn't bought half the presents for one of my kids. Thank goodness for overnight shipping!
The thing is, being clever takes time. Some of the cutest Christmas cookies are recipes I'd never actually make. They're all tinted and swirls and darned near impossible. And while I love being in the kitchen, what I really don't want to do in the hustle and bustle of the season is stand curling together delicate little treats that no one has belly space to enjoy.
Which is why I LOVE THESE COOKIES! They are too cute, too easy to make, and turned me into the cleverest mom on the block. You may have seen these before, but this version is even easier.
You should have SEEN my kids eyes when they came home and discovered these next to piping glasses of milk on the afterschool snack table. #epicmommymoment
Grab a few really, really, really easy ingredients and whip up a quick batch of these adorable melted snowman cookies. You – and your kids – are gonna love 'em!
This one's easy, guys! Just start with a tube of Pillsbury Sugar Cookie dough.
Once your cookies are baked, cool them, then frost with Betty Crocker vanilla frosting.
Press a large marshmallow into each frosted cookie.
Now pipe black icing into eyes and a coal mouth. So cute!
Add a little carrot nose, then pipe colorful scarves onto each cookie.
In a twinkle, you've got little melted snow cookies.
Sprinkle with powdered sugar, if ya wanna, to lend a little snowy flair to your treats! Serve with hot cocoa, nibble and sip.
Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen, where she shares crazy simple, healthy family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke's profile to see what she cooks up next!