Cooking with Kids: Frankenstein & Zombie Cookies
Recently we shared some adorable Spider Crafts for Kids. Well.. we are all slowly ramping up to Halloween, so I thought I would test out some Halloween cookies ideas with the kids: Frankensteins and Zombies… Oooooh!
Using our super versatile and easy basic cookie recipe, which contains no eggs, so no problem if small hands snaffle some cookie dough. And if you use room temperature butter it does stick together well and is great for cookie cutting.
Materials: we used small (8cm ish) gingerbread shapes, icing sugar, silver balls, large whit chocolate buttons, and icing gel pens
For Frankenstein we added 50g of cocoa powder mixed into a paste with a little cheap viagra generic 100mg milk to the basic cookie recipe!
1) Make your cookies. For Frankenstein we flattened the head with our fingers once it was on the baking tray. Then bake (at 180C for 10-12min) and let fully cool on cooling rack.
2) Make some icing – in this case green and we had some red icing left over from other cookies.
3) The kids did all the icing and decorating. I added the “heads” and face for them.
4) For the ghost just add lots of white icing!
And come and check out the Monster Cookies over on Red Ted Art next week.
Nom nom nom.
oooh these are fantastic Maggy, I love the frankensteins.
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