What’s the Project? These cute and simple Santa cookies are a fun tradition to make with the kids for Christmas. They are so easy to make that the kids can help and they turn out so adorable.
OK, this is it! I have all of my Christmas shopping done, most of my wrapping done and all of my baking done, so for the next week I am going to hit it hard on Christmas projects to share with you-so be ready for a Christmas extravaganza this week!
Today I am thrilled to show you my latest creation-these super easy, simple Santa Cookies. Quick and easy to make and something that the kids will love. Perfect for a kids party!
Seriously-so easy to make! My 4 year old made one with very little help and it turned out great! I think these are going to be a new Christmas favorite around our house! It’s fun to have something cute like this to make with the kids or grandkids, isn’t it? These could be great for a holiday party or just for a fun activity at home.
Let’s make them!
- Sugar cookies (use any dough and cut it into circles or buy remade cookies at the store)
- White frosting
- Red sprinkles
- White sprinkles
- Candy eyes (get them at craft stores or grocery stores in the baking section)
- Red hots
- Mini marshmallows
Here’s a video of the process:
Frost your cookie white.
On the top of the cookie, shake red sprinkles to form the hat. Add a mini marshmallow to one end to be the pom pom.
On the bottom, shake white sprinkles to be the beard.
Add eyes and a red hot nose and you are all set!
See how easy that was?! I hope you love making these Santa cookies.
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