Thursday, December 23, 2010
I hope everyone has been enjoying the week leading up to Christmas weekend! I made sugar cookies last night (see this recipe) and had some fun ideas to share with yall to make your cookies festive and interesting.
The first requires candy cane or peppermint ice cream and some food coloring to make ice cream sandwiches. Use food coloring (cheap and easily available in many grocery stores, especially around this time of the year) to make a variety of colored frostings. Then, scoop some of the icing with a spoon and drizzle over top cookies. Once the icing is dry, scoop some ice cream and sandwich between two cookies for some cool Christmas Ice Cream Sandwiches.
The second uses the same colored icing for the sandwiches (pictured above). First, spread once of the colored icings onto some cookies. Then, drizzle a different color icing over top to create a cool tie-dyed effect on the cookies.
Also, I've updated the Gluten-Free Recipe page, and added a Contact Us page for if you'd ever like to contact me with any suggestions or would like to discuss something with me. If you haven't already, be sure to enter for the gluten-free cookbook and Donkey Kong Country Returns giveaways! Only about a week and a half left before winners are announced!