Your kids will love helping you make this kid friendly Rudolph sugar cookie recipe!
Last night as we were driving through town, we saw our first set of holiday lights on a house. And I freaked out. It’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but I was so happy to see them. I love the holidays, there is just so much to celebrate between late November and January 1! I love the music, the lights, the way community comes together and I love making Christmas cookies!
My kids and I bake a lot. At least once a week, we’re in the kitchen together making something. If you ask 7 year old what his favorite thing is to make, he’d tell you it was homemade pizza. If you ask 3 year old Lola, she’d tell you cookies!
Lola is finally at the stage where she’s ready to do more than just crack eggs and stir. She wants to be involved in the back end process now too. She’s no longer content to watch me frost or decorate. She wants in on the action too! The method we used for this kid friendly Rudolph sugar cookie recipe is just her speed. And she loved being part of it!
Kid Friendly Rudolph Sugar Cookie Recipe
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Kid Friendly Rudolph Sugar Cookie Recipe Ingredients:
- 1 package Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix
- 1 egg
- 1 stick of butter
- Pretzel pieces (for antlers)
- 24 chocolate chips (for eyes)
- 12 red chocolate candies (for nose)
Kid Friendly Rudolph Sugar Cookie Recipe Method:
Follow the directions on the back of the Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix for drop cookies, mixing together one egg, cookie mix and butter until dough forms.
Roll cookie dough into medium sized balls, press and bake at 375 degrees for 8 minutes.
Let cookies cool for 4-5 minutes. Then press two chocolate chips into the center of the cookie for eyes, 1 red chocolate candy into the center for a nose and two pieces of pretzels near the top for antlers.
Making this kid friendly Rudolph sugar cookie is not about perfection. It’s about having your little ones in the kitchen helping you. Lola was so proud of her creations!
I think they’re pretty adorable too!
Baking these cookies with Lola were super easy thanks to starting with a Betty Crocker mix. We picked ours up at Walmart, they seem to always have everything we need!
Purchase Betty Crocker cookie mix to have on hand during the holidays for yourself! You’ll love creating in the kitchen by starting with an easy base!
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