Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins

Easter 2007

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 2 (1020.58 g) package refrigerated sugar cookie dough
  • 453.59 g container vanilla frosting
  • food coloring
  • decorative candies


  1. Bake cookies according to directions.
  2. While cookies are cooling divide the frosting into 4 (or more) small bowls. Put one or two drops of food coloring in each bowl and stir until color is uniform. I use yellow, red, blue and green food coloring. You can make a purple by putting one drop of red and one drop of blue food coloring into frosting.
  3. When cookies are completely cool frost cookies. Top with decorative candies. Allow cookies to "dry" so the frosting doesnt stick to everything.


Most Helpful

I agree, super easy cookies, tasty and a crowd pleaser without all the work!! Thank you for posting this time saver, Nyte!! LOVE the helpful recipes!! Keep them coming!! **Made for October Beverage Tag 2007**

Mommy Diva November 19, 2007

Super easy recipe for decorated cookies. I've never used canned frosting to decorate cookies and it was a breeze. I made Philadelphia Phillies cookies (to celebrate their recent win) by making a Phillies logo on the printer and then cutting it out. I laid it over the frosting and sprinkled with red sugar crystals.

Karen=^..^= October 01, 2007

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