December 17, 2009
Yes, you read it right, sugar cookies! At weelicious we try to create and promote recipes without refined sugar, but when the holidays and other special occasions roll around, I ease off some of my restrictions and pull out this favorite. After all, decorating sugar cookies with kids is just about as much fun as you can have in the kitchen and this version is really easy to make and even yummier to eat.
Last week I whipped out this recipe for Kenya and I and we had a blast cutting out the sugar cookies into all kinds of festive shapes. But it wasn't until after they finished baking and had cooled that the real fun began. You should have seen Kenya's eyes when I pulled out all the different colored sprinkles and other decorations. He's not even 3 years old yet, but watching the precision and dedication with which he applied himself to adorning the cookies with icing and sprinkles was precious. After we were finished decorating, the family sat around and munched on Kenya's gorgeous creation (even the ones covered with pounds of icing and sprinkles). He was so proud and we had a great time spreading our own sweet holiday cheer.
Now, no more sugar till next year (fingers crossed)!
1 Cup Confectioners (Powdered) Sugar
1-2 Tbsp Milk
1. Combine the ingredients in a bowl.
2. Use to decorate the cookies.