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These are darlin'!! Alittle time consuming but worth every minute :) Made for my boys as part of their christmas goodies. Thanks for sharing this fun recipe!!
I was looking for a recipe my son could make and bring to school for the holidays. He so enjoyed making it almost by himself. I did, though, cut the red-hot candies in half so they didn't look so big, but the cookies tasted so good, I had to put them in the cookie tin, so there would be some left to bring to school. It's a great-tasting and cute cookie to make. It will be in my recipe folder to make again!
Cute, easy and fun! These repeat yearly on my cookie trays! As another reviewer stated, my technique improved as i went along. The younger ones had fun helping. Thank you for sharing this cute idea Marg!
I made these for my son's preschool Christmas party. They were a hit and simple to put together! Thanks Marg!
Super Cute and easy peasy! Thanks for a keeper recipe!
These cookies were so easy and cute! I got so many compliments on these. My six and four year old children did these with me. I did change the eyes. My son does not like chocolate so I used black decorating gel. He took these to school for his party.
my favorite christmas recipe so fun
Very cute cookies! We dipped our Nutter Butters into melted vanilla almond bark and used toothpicks to help attach the eyes and noses. Then we started feeling artistic and drizzled little crooked moustaches and raised white eyebrows onto some of our Santas. These cookies are easy and fun to make ~ Thanks for sharing the idea!
I was looking for a cute cookie for my christmas platter and stumbled upon this recipe. It was so easy to make and fun too! I am not a big fan of red-hot candies so I bought a bag of mini-M&M candies and used the red candies for the nose and used blue candies for the eye and dotted the center with white chocolate. This will definatly be cookie that I will make again. Thanks for sharing Marg! :)