Play sessions with @Ubooly is the best. Play sessions with @Ubooly & Arli is even better. #toocute
“Frosted Flatirons” - in all my years in #Boulder, I’ve never seen the mountains look so cool. A photo doesn’t do it justice, go outside & look.
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This Easter I decided to bake a garden of cookies! This is a fun & easy recipe that’s fun for all ages & is a guaranteed way to make sure your kids eat their vegetables! Here’s how I did it…
What you’ll need:
- 1 tube of refrigerated sugar cookie dough
- Yellow and red food coloring
- 1 package of Oreo cookies
- Toothpicks - ideally with green tips
- Green ribbon
- A small garden box or individual plastic cups
What you do:
1. Dump out your cookie dough into a bowl. Slowly knead in a few drops of food coloring at a time until you reach a rich, orange color.
2. Once your dough is orange, like Snooki, stick it in the fridge while you do this next part. Take the ribbon and cut it into 3” strips.
3. Now take your toothpicks and tie the ribbon around it with a tight knot. Do this 24 times, or quit after making 20 like I did.
4. Roll about a teaspoon of dough between your palms to get this skinny cone shape. (Have you heard of those “Bugles” corn chips? You want the size of that, only a tad longer.) Keep them quite small, they really grow while cooking. Mine actually could’ve been smaller, but who doesn’t mind a big cookie.
5. Space them out on the cookie sheet. Then take a knife and lightly touch it to each carrot 4-5 times to make some cute little lines. Nothing too deep.
6. Now you’re ready for the oven! Bake them at 350 for 7-8 minutes. Don’t let them brown on the edges.
7. While those are cooking, load up your food processor with a bunch of Oreo cookies and make the dirt for your garden.
8. Once your carrots come out of the oven, and while they’re still warm, stick the toothpicks in the top of each cookie. Do this part quickly and carefully.
9. Remove them from the pan and place them on a rack or a plate to let them cool down.
10. Now take your lined garden box, or small plastic cups, and fill it with the Oreo dirt. Once the cookies have cooled down start planting them in the dirt!
11. Once you’ve planted your garden, you’re ready to serve this healthy (looking) treat! Kids of all ages will enjoy plucking out their snack from the garden! Enjoy :)