Each month our family helps host Cambodia Cafe at our Church. Cambodia Cafe sells sweet treats to support our children and the AIM school in Cambodia. I find this ironic because I’m not much into baking sweet treats. While I thoroughly enjoy cooking, I consider baking to be a high-maintenance endeavor.
My monthly venture into baking sweet treats is a testimony of my total devotion to our children and friends in Cambodia. Not to mention, I’m on a mission to end the sex-trafficking of children!
One important aspect of Cambodia Cafe, is my children help bake our donated sweet treats. The problem is our weekends are always total chaos and I usually don’t plan ahead. On Friday, I had a brainstorm. Why don’t we make giant cookies and decorate them with the Swedish fish left over from MacGyver’s birthday cupcakes.
Easy Decorated Fish Cookies
- Pillsbury Refrigerated Sugar Cookie Dough (in the tube)
- Cream Cheese Frosting (1 can)
- Blue Sugar Pearls
- Swedish Fish Candy
Really, Really Easy Directions: My kiddos could do each step independently.
- cut refrigerated dough into eight giant cookies
- bake and cool
- decorate with Swedish Fish and blue sugar pearls
Each cookie was unique. Some had a few bubble sprinkles and some had a bunch of water sprinkles.
Before we knew it we were on our way to having entire school of fish cookies!
These super, duper simple fish cookies were a big seller at Cambodia Cafe!
Until we meet again, sending much love to our children in Cambodia!
And to the teachers at the school in Svay Pak, Cambodia! (The sweetest teachers in the world!)