On the Feast of St. Blaise, Bishop and Martyr

by | Feb 6, 2011 | Kids in the Kitchen, St. Blaise | 5 comments

5 Comments

  1. Jessica Gordon

    The directions for these cute and yummy cookies can be found here.

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  2. Charlotte (WaltzingM)

    So cute! Although, I had to do a double take since it looked like your kids were gluing on the marshmallows with… glue. 🙂 Is that frosting or melted white chocolate?

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  3. Jessica Gordon

    Oh! It does look like that, doesn't it! Yes, I like feeding my kids glue! 😉 hehehee… Actually it is a bottle of Wilton's Cookie Icing. I had some on hand and it didn't need to be melted and hardens pretty quickly. That is what I used for our edible candles on Candlemas, both last year and this year. 🙂

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  4. Jessica Gordon

    My children *really* enjoyed making these cookies this year. Thank you so much for sharing the idea, Charlotte. I am always amazed at your creativity!

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  5. Robina

    What a great and easy idea with the Wilton's cookie icing.

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