Snowflake cookies

Have you guys heard of Zompaa magazineIf not, you REALLY should check it out.

It’s a FREE, online magazine focusing on recipes, cool articles and crafts.

Honestly, I think there is something in there for EVERYONE… from kids to parents to teachers!

Each issue focuses on a specific THEME.

The Winter issue was released in January and it was packed with stuff, relevant to New Year’s, new beginnings and Winter fun. 

I decided to do something related to WINTER FUN :D

I know Winter can get dreadfully BORING for children coz they can’t go out and play at parks or go biking or rollerblading.

So, I shared an EASY and FUN tutorial for making these snowflake cookies with kids at home. 

My tutorial can be found on page 26 but you can also check it out below…

All I used was store-bought cookies, marshmallow fondant, melted chocolate and sparkling sugar…EASY PEEZY! 

I am sure little girls would have a blast making these coz they are so SPARKLY…hehe. 

My mom tells me that I was OBSESSED with shiny stuff as a kid…lol.

Were you ladies like that too? Come on now… don’t be shy. Do tell! :P

To make these snowflake cookies, you will need the following supplies:

Oreo cookies
Melted white chocolate
Edible white pearls
Sparkling sugar
Light blue marshmallow fondant
Corn syrup
Paintbrush
Circle cutter (same size as Oreos)

And here are the steps:

Step 1:
Roll out light blue fondant.
Use a circle cutter to cut out some circular pieces.

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Step 2:
Brush some corn syrup on top of the Oreo cookie.
Stick the blue fondant piece on top of the corn syrup.

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Step 3:
Fill a piping bag or squeeze bottle with melted white chocolate.
Draw a snowflake on top of the blue fondant.

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Step 4:
Sprinkle sanding sugar all over the cookie before the chocolate hardens.
Stick some edible pearls wherever you like.
Brush away excess sanding sugar.

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And you are done!

Well, that’s all for today.

Until next time, tata my lovelies :)

31 thoughts on “Snowflake cookies

  1. Coffee and Crumpets

    Yeah, I like shiny stuff too…like Kitchen Aid mixers, Breville tea kettles, food processors and so on…not to mention All Clad pans and…and…
    Great idea for kids these cookies. Mine would rather I do the work and they eat them…teenagers…

    Nazneen xx

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  2. Abeer

    @ Wendy… Thanks! I am very flattered :)
    @ Denise & Laura… Glittery and shiny stuff is the best. My mom thinks I am refusing to grow up…lol
    @ Acacia… Thanks!
    @ Nazneen….Hahahaha! I guess my son would be like that too when he is a teenager…
    @ Kate… Thanks! I bet your little girls would go crazy for these ;)
    @ Sandra… I decided to share something easy that all kids can do. I hope your kids enjoy making these…

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    @ Asmita… Thanks… hope you are enjoying your India trip :)
    @ Yummychunklet… And sparkly too ;)
    @ Evelyne… Hahaha. Looking at these cookies just makes Winter a little more bearable …right? :P
    @ Blond duck… Yes! They were pretty but I still ate them… can’t resist oreos…lol
    @ CCU…Heheh. That was a sweet visual description!
    @ John… Thanks!
    @ Kristi… They truly are perfect for Winter. I would much rather have these snowflake cookies rather than actual snow ;)

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  4. Abeer

    @ Ella… You really have to make these for your next holiday party. I am sure your guest would love these :)
    @ Raven… I am not too fond of cookie decorating but these were actually fun!
    @ Hotly Spiced… Awww…That was such a sweet compliment. Yes! These would be perfect for Christmas time…
    @ Petit4chocolatier… Glad to hear you like them. All your creations are so pretty that i feel my cookies don’t even compare to your super talents!
    @ Daniela… I wasn’t sure of the colors at first but I m happy with this color combo. I don’t think any other color would have worked…
    @ Angie… Thanks hun :)

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  5. Yi @ Yi Reservation

    if my younger sisters were here I would love to make these snowflake cookies with them. These cookies are just so cute to be eaten…but of course i have no doubt how delicious they are. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  6. Abeer

    @ Swathi… I am happy to hear you like them :)
    @ Carolyn… Hahaha! You are soooo right… they do look like little jewels!
    @ Cass… Thanks hun…
    @ Natalie… lol. I had a hard time eating them too… they were just so pretty and sparkly that I kept admiring them…hehe
    @ Yi… Oh yes! Your sisters would have so much fun making these coz all girls love shiny stuff ;)

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