Looking for a fun and festive way to celebrate the winter season? Look no further than these adorable snowman cookies! These cookies are easy to make and everyone will love them! All you need are a few simple ingredients.These festive snowman cupcakes are made easily with store bought cookies and icing!
How do you feel about Holiday Baking?
Do you love it?
Do you hate it?
Or are you like me and fall somewhere in the middle?
Looking for a fun and festive way to celebrate the winter season? Look no further than these adorable snowman cookies! These cookies are easy to make and everyone will love them! All you need are a few simple ingredients.
I enjoy baking during the holidays, but I don’t love it. There’s something about being in the kitchen for hours on end that just doesn’t appeal to me. However, I do like the end result of all my cooking! Delicious sweets for the win!
Sometimes I want to do things from scratch and sometimes I want an easy festive treat that won’t keep me in the kitchen too long!
Where to serve these snowman cookies?
These snowman cookies would be perfect to take to a holiday party! They are festive, fun, and everyone will love them! You could also serve them at your home for a fun winter themed treat!
All you need are some square cookies and a little imagination! The best part is that they don’t have to be perfect because they will be tasty all the same!
What ingredients do you need for these snowman cookies?
12 Square Shaped Prebaked Cookies
1/3 cup white Royal Icing, flood consistency
1/4 cup black royal icing, flood consistency
2 tbsp red icing, flood consistency
I hope you enjoy these snowman treats as much as I do! They are the perfect festive treat for any winter occasion! Happy holidays!
Easy Snowman Cookies Made With Store Bought Cookies
These super cute snowman cookies are a fun treat to make with kids!
- 12 Square Shaped Prebaked Cookies
- 1/3 cup white Royal Icing, flood consistency
- 1/4 cup black royal icing, flood consistency
- 2 tbsp red icing, flood consistency
- Outline the face with white icing.
- Flood in the center and set aside to dry for 20 mins.
- If working on multiple faces at once, finish them all and then come back to it for the next step.
- Outline the area for the hat in black frosting.
- Fill in the area, applying Even pressure and use a toothpick or scribe tool to help move the icing around. Allow icing to dry for 20 to 30 minutes
- At this point you should be able to add the eyes and a mouth on the face.
- Add three red dots onto The hat and create the face allow the cookies to dry for a minimum of 6 to 8 hours.
If you are not comfortable using a tipless bag, then use a regular piping, coupler and size 2 piping tip to create this design.
If making a lot of cookies and bagging them allows the cookies to dry for 8 to 10 hours. If it is raining are you live in a very humid climate allow the cookies to drive for up to 12 hours.
The only way to reduce drying time on royal icing cookies is to use a dehydrator that is fitted with a dehydrator met so that the cookies do not dry out and get hard on the bottom.
Amount Per Serving Calories 89Total Fat 4gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 3gCholesterol 0mgSodium 43mgCarbohydrates 14gFiber 0gSugar 12gProtein 0g
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