Looking for Easy Cookies To Make With Kids? This simple recipe is so easy that kids can make it with just a little help this holiday season! Special thanks to Pillsbury for sponsoring this recipe. #ItsBakingSeason
There’s nothing more exciting than baking during the holidays with my little one. We have so much fun getting into the kitchen and putting on holiday music as we make Christmas cookies, cupcakes, and pies!
We’re already in the holiday baking mode and we’re making all different kinds of treats. Sometimes it’s fun to get some already prepped stuff. I remember getting Pillsbury Holiday sugar cookies with my mom. They were always my favorite!
My mother in law recently made them with Kay for Halloween! She had so much fun and it was sooo easy for her to make the cookies on her own with a little help controlling the oven and the hot sheet pan of course. 🙂
While we were at Walmart Kay spotted Pillsbury’s holiday sugar cookies. She wanted one of each, so that is just what we purchased! 🙂
Whenever we can make a recipe that she can walk mostly by herself, it’s a win for us! We always encourage her to be comfortable and hands-on in the kitchen. With the Pillsbury holiday cookies, she can make a simple cookie that looks like it was incredibly hard to make! 🙂
We could have simply just put the cookies out as is, and that would have still been delicious. However, we wanted to make them even more special with some Pillsbury Frosting and Sprinkles. Kay is so obsessed with sprinkles and wants to use them in every dessert recipe we make.
Easy Cookies To Make With Kids
- 1 package Pillsbury Holiday Sugar Cookies
- 1 cup Pillsbury Frosting
- Holiday Nonpareils
- Bake cookies according to package instructions.
- Once cookies are cooled spread a generous amount of frosting onto the bottom of one cookie.
- Sandwich the cookies together and then dunk the edges into the nonpareils.
- Once they're done, set out for everyone to enjoy!
What are your favorite holiday cookies? I can’t wait to try another fun treat with the other two. Stay tuned to see why my mini chef creates with the other two boxes!! 🙂 (we’ll link them to the bottom of this post)