Monday, November 3, 2008

Pilgrim Hat Cookies

Are you looking for a very easy, fun recipe for cookies that even a 4 year old could do?
Well look no more because here it is.

Elora will show you how to make them in just a sec...
But for now, here are the ingredients:

1 cup vanilla frosting with 7 drops of yellow food coloring
32 miniature peanut butter cups (remove papers)

1 pkg fudge striped cookies 32
pieces orange mini Chiclets gum


Elora is 6, and she loved making them. I just set out all the ingredients, showed her how, and away she went.

She is going to give them to her teachers tomorrow.
She made them a card with no prompting from anyone.
Naturally thoughtful, she is.


I found this idea in Taste of Home Magazine, Oct-Nov 2008 issue.


12 comments:

Brock said...

Soo cute!! Her teachers loved them! They each said that they were going to make them with their kids at home. Way to go Grandma Honey!
Erin

Jill said...

So happy to hear that! Thank you for telling me, Erin. Elora was just so proud of herself, and I love the way she was determined to make a card to go with it.

Rebecca said...

What a fun idea. I am going to file this away in my "fun with Grandma" file. Elora is smart beyond her years. I can't believe she did the letter! So cute! (She will make a great visiting teacher someday!!!)

Dad and Susan said...

Thanks for this idea. I'm going shopping today and will get all the ingredients so Kylie (just turned 5) can make some for her family! What a good grandma thing to do! Love, Susan and Dad

Jan said...

How cute Jill. Ideas are always great from a kid who likes it.

grandmapeg said...

What a great idea!! I'm sure my grandkids would love to make these. Thanks for sharing the idea.

Lisa said...

You & Elora sure know how to have a great time! A fine idea for to begin NOVember!

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

Get her an agent and get her a show on the Food Network. Move over Rachael Ray. Those look really cute.

Mary said...

We're going to give these a try for Thanksgiving! By the way, I'll be praying for Amy and waiting for an update!

Kris said...

Elora, you did an EXCELLENT job in sharing this cookie idea. I will have to pick some things up to do with the girls.

The Gage Cage said...

How CUTE! I might just have to make those. I'm trying to think of a family that doesn't read your blog to give them to....hmm..I'll have to be creative.

I am sad to hear about the twins struggling. It sounds like things are under control for now. That's good! I'll keep their family in my prayers.

Anonymous said...

I used these with my activity day girls last night. they were a big hit.
Peggy