Alrighty then, I’m not posting our snowflake cookies because I think they might win us a spot on Sweet Genius. (Is that show still on?) I’m sharing our giant snowflake cookies because they have everything to do with our love for Cambodia. That makes sense right? You think of Cambodia. You think of snowflakes. Let me assure you there are NO snowflakes in Cambodia.
Snowflakes for Cambodia!
Many of you already know about our love for Cambodia. You know all about the children we love and my journey to train teachers in Cambodia. But what do snowflakes have to do with Cambodia?
Once a month my kiddos bake sweet treats for The Cambodia Cafe at our church. This means we keep things simple and kid friendly. Our treats might not be perfect but they are made with much love by our family. All of the proceeds go to our rescued children in Cambodia and to support our fight against the sex-trafficking of children in Cambodia.
- Pillsbury Refrigerated Sugar Cookie Dough (in the tube)
- Cream Cheese Frosting (1 can)
- Pillsbury Easy Frost ( tub frosting in an easy-to-dispense can with a decorative tip)
- Blue Sugar Sprinkles
- Blue Sugar Pearls
Really, Really Easy Directions: My kiddos could do each step independently.
- cut refrigerated dough into eight giant cookies
- bake and cool
- frost with canned frosting
- sprinkle lightly with blue sugar sprinkles (use sparingly or you will turn everyone’s mouth blue!)
- make 6 snowflake branches with Easy Frost Decorative Tip
- decorate snowflake branches with Blue Sugar Pearls
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
Join us this week at school . . . We are playing in our homemade snow! This easy DIY snow recipe is incredible.
Meanwhile in Cambodia . . . I’m sure they are dancing up a storm and loving life! Can’t wait until I can once again join their dance party. I love them so!
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