Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Candy Corn Cookies

Here’s something fun to try with your kids this fall…  Candy Corn Cookies.  No real candy corn is involved :)  They were easy and always turn out so cute!
You can use your favorite sugar cookie recipe.  We always use Grammy Snelling’s sugar cookie dough.
When your cookie dough is finished, divide it into 3 portions.     Then use gel food coloring to make the orange and yellow sections.  I make a slightly larger amount yellow, then some orange, leaving a smaller portion plain white. 
They look suspiciously like play dough at this point!
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Fold a piece of wax paper or parchment paper so that it fits in a loaf pan.  Smoosh the dough into the loaf pan… orange first, then yellow and finally the plain sugar dough.  It doesn’t have to be perfect, just get your layers in there: 
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Refrigerate for 1 hour or until dough is thoroughly chilled and firm.  Remove and use the wax paper to help coax the dough loaf out of the pan. 
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Carefully cut into thin slices: 
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Cut each slice into little triangles.  They’re already looking like “candy corn.”  Dust with sprinkles or sugar and bake per your recipe’s instructions. 
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Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

Very, very clever!! These are GREAT!!


Amy @ Keep'n The SunnySide said...

My goodness that certainly IS clever to quote Gail.

michelle said...

I love these; how fun!

Astrid in Bristling Acres said...

Great idea! I'm hoping to make these today!

shopannies said...

very impressive they sound very delicious

The Schneiders said...

Oh my! These look so good, we'll be making them later this week. Thanks for visiting my blog via Tasty Tuesdays and leaving a comment. So sweet of you!

Kim @ Second Time Furniture said...

These are so adorable! My kids would love to make these!

Julie said...

Those are so cute!

Julie said...

Those are so cute!

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Victoria@Whimsy by Victoria said...

Such a cute idea...they look very yummy!! My kids would love to do this. Thanks for sharing the creativity!


Kim said...

This is so very fun. You are so smart for layering the dough like you did.

Christy said...

this is a darling idea...i missed this for halloween....but i think i might actually try this with autumn colors for thanksgiving.

Dacia said...

Love this idea. Thanks for sharing! I'm going to use it for next year.


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