Monday, June 11, 2018

Fairy Tales Foods Alice in Wonderland, Robin Hood, and The Gingerbread Man

Confession Time

I love the Pillsbury Doughboy. I just want to poke his little belly button, don't you? I mean, how many 53 -year-old men giggle when you poke their belly button?! 😆

Thanks to ready-to-bake cookies, Alice in Wonderland Eat Me Cookies are a quick and simple treat.

You'll need sugar cookies and decorating items such as sprinkles, gels and (my new friend) an edible marker.

Bake and cool your cookies and decorate.

Super easy, super fun, and super yummy!

Tip: kids should write on their cookie before decorating with the gels and sprinkles; bit easier to write on an undecorated cookie.


While the oven's hot, bake another batch of cookies for Robin Hood Bulleyes.

Prepare the cookies as directed. Then decorate the cookies as archery targets since Robin Hood was a skilled archer.

Tip: make sure you have pictures of archery targets for reference.


Here's another quick fairy tale treat thanks to Mr. Pillsbury . . . uh, Mr. Doughboy . . . uh, refrigerated, ready-to-bake cookies.

To make Gingerbread Man Cookies, use a rolling pin, flatten the cookie squares, use cookie cutters to cut shapes,

bake as directed,

and decorate.

Tip: supposedly, Pillsbury brings out a gingerbread cookie dough during the fall months. Can't wait to try that!

Here are the Food Label Card Freebies for:
Alice in Wonderland
Robin Hood
The Gingerbread Man
AND check these out if you need:
Alice in Wonderland Activities
Robin Hood Activities
The Gingerbread Man Activities

Alice in Wonderland Count and Clip Cards
Robin Hood Count and Clip Cards
The Gingerbread Man Count and Clip Cards
More Fairy Tales Foods coming soon.


 Live Happily Ever After!

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