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Friday, August 7, 2009

Hamburger Cookies


This weekend I tended my grandsons and wanted to have a fun kitchen craft. I remembered a few years back making these cute little hamburger cookies and thought it would be perfect for the boys. They loved every minute of it and all 3, from ages 2-7, helped with the project.




Ingredients:

Vanilla wafers
Small chocolate mint cookies (I bought mine at Wal-mart, the Great Value brand)
1/4 cup flaked coconut
Green food coloring
Small tubes of red and yellow "writing" frosting
1 T. sesame seeds
Very small amount of white corn syrup

In a small bowl, combine 4 drops green food coloring with a few drops water. Add coconut and cover the container. Shake until coconut is tinted. Assemble vanilla wafers (buns), chocolate cookies (patty), red & yellow frosting (ketchup & mustard), small amount of green coconut (lettuce).

Then brush a little corn syrup on the top "bun" and sprinkle a few sesame seeds on top. Voila!



2 comments:

kandie_mcd

Those are adorable! I've seen an idea for sugar cookie french fries that would be perfect with your burgers! :-) Such a fun granny...

Damien and Ashley

love it aunt jane! can't wait to try them!