Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Candy Corn Cookies

The original idea is at "Our Best Bites" over here, and they look a LOT prettier, but this is to show that we tried Elizabeth's suggestion :) For some reason our dough was just too sticky to work with easily, but the cookies tasted just fine.Take your sugar cookie dough and tint 1/3 yellow and 1/3 orange, leaving the last third white. Layer in a loaf pan and chill.
Slice 1/4" thick. (You can trim the edges if you want.) Then cut into triangles and place on the cookie sheet.
Sprinkle with sugar and bake. We did 9 minutes at 350°.
Cute little cookies - much better than real candy corn (at least in my opinion)!

1 comment:

  1. Yes, way better than real candy corn! And since we aren't frosting lovers over here, they are an excellent frosting-free-but-still-cute-and-decorative cookie! I had the idea, too, that you could make Christmas tree ones with pretzel stick trunks coming out-- we'll have to see!

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