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One of my favorite holiday traditions is baking cookies! I have baked cookies every year since I was barely big enough to reach the stove. It was something I used to do with my mother. Then as I got older, she handed it over to me completely. It was the beginning of my love for cooking. After I had my boys, now I get to pass down the love of cooking and baking to them. That includes making cute Snowmen Sugar Cookies to get into the holiday spirit.

I love cranking up my favorite Christmas music, grabbing my kiddos, and heading to the kitchen to bake some yummy treats. I have to allow enough time because you know how baking with kids can go. Sometimes there is more mess than baking. However, every time I have my kids in the kitchen we make wonderful lasting memories together. Messy? Yes. Priceless? Absolutely! I love watching their faces peer through the oven door to catch a glimpse of the rising cookies. It takes me back to my childhood of longing anticipation. Child’s delight and simple, homespun memories and traditions that will last a lifetime.

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Once the cookies are finished, then more waiting begins as they need to cool before decorating them. Isn’t that the ultimate torture?! This recipe below is using a semi-homemade twist. It is perfect for children who can’t wait for cookies to bake or for the busy parent who just doesn’t have time but still wants to squeeze in every single chance they can get to make memories.

If you want to make your snowman sugar cookies from scratch, you are more than welcome to do that. It is super easy! Let’s get going and make some memories!

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Snowman Sugar Cookies Ingredients

  • 1 pkg. Sugar Cookie Dough OR make your own! 
  • 1 Can White Frosting
  • 1 pkg. Gummy Lifesavers
  • Mini Chocolate Chips
  • Edible Eyes
  • Orange Carrot-shaped Candy Sweetarts
  • Black Rope Licorice

 

Snowman Sugar Cookies Directions

  1. Bake the cookies per package directions, let cool, and frost them.                     
  2. Cut 3-4 inch pieces of the licorice and press one on the top half edge of each cookie.                                                                                                                                              
  3. Put a lifesaver on the end of each licorice piece so they look like earmuffs.   
  4. Place 2 eyes and an orange candy nose on each cookie.  
  5. Press 5-6 chocolate chips under the orange nose to look like a smiley face.
  6. Cute and easy snowy day treat!                                                                                                 

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Snowman Sugar Cookies


  • Author: Laura

Ingredients

  • 1 pkg. Sugar Cookie Dough OR make your own! 
  • 1 Can White Frosting
  • 1 pkg. Gummy Lifesavers
  • Mini Chocolate Chips
  • Edible Eyes
  • Orange Carrot-shaped Candy Sweetarts
  • Black Rope Licorice

 


Instructions

  1. Bake the cookies per package directions, let cool, and frost them.       
  2. Cut 3-4 inch pieces of the licorice and press one on the top half edge of each cookie.                                                                                                                                              
  3. Put a lifesaver on the end of each licorice piece so they look like earmuffs.   
  4. Place 2 eyes and an orange candy nose on each cookie.  
  5. Press 5-6 chocolate chips under the orange nose to look like a smiley face.
  6. Cute and easy snowy day treat!       

 

 

Laura Awe Filled Homemaker

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