per child in the home. 3. Prepare butter frosting (Recipe below), and color as desired. I would suggest
total. Put icing into small plastic containers.4. Add some sprinkles to the gift as well. I put sprinkles into little plastic dip containers (I picked up a few extra from a restaurant), or use small plastic baggies. You could certainly buy a few containers of sprinkles to include instead (I just happen to have more than enough sprinkles to share!). Include several different colors and types of sprinkles. 5. Package everything together. Include several plastic knifes for spreading the icing. I used a little tape to keep the smaller containers from moving around. You could wrap the whole kit in cellophane, or put everything in a pretty basket. 6. Give to a family you love!
I would recommend storing the icing in the refrigerator, then bringing to room temperature before use
vanilla 2-4 Tablespoons milk
at a time, then stir, until desired consistency is reached. If you add too much milk, and your frosting is too thin, add more powdered sugar, 1/2 cup at a time. Add coloring as desired.
The idea for this cookie sandwich came from a recipe by Donna Hay (an Australia celebrity cook) but I used a brownie cookie recipe by Jen’s Favorite Cookies and a Peanut ButterFrosting by Ina Garten (aka Barefoot Contessa), from her cookbook “Barefoot Contessa at Home
An easy to make cookiefor the peanut butter lovers in your life. Flour-less Peanut ButterCookies 1 cup peanut butter 1/2 cup honey 1 large egg 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract Preheat oven to 350°F. Bake for about 12 minutes, the cookies will be soft to the touch. 24 cookies~~~~Flour-Less Peanut ButterCookies 1 cup peanut butter. 24 cookies
For the frosting. Fold in the crushed Oreo cookies. in a bowl using an electric mixer beat all frosting ingredients until light and fluffy (you may need to adjust either the cream or sugar until desired consistency is achieved)
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