It was crisp and cool outside, the kind of day that evokes thoughts of a baking oven. After spending several hours wrapping up some artwork, I was feeling some mommy guilt. And what is the answer to mommy guilt? A good one on one project with the kiddo. With a quick pinterest recipe search we found ourselves flour fingered baking some delicious rainbowy sugar cookies.
Before we knew it there were warm and colorful confetti rounds waiting for us to eat. The recipe was similar in taste to that of a snicker doodle and super simple to make. With only a small list of everyday kitchen ingredients, anyone can make them on a last minutes thought. What really set it apart, was using the local organic vanilla that I had purchased this past summer at the farm market. After tasting (and smelling) the difference, I knew/know there's no going back!
If you would like to make these cookies for yourself, or with a little one of your own, you can visit the recipe here.
Enjoy and nom nom burp!
If you would like to make these cookies, you can find the recipe here. They were SO simple and quick to put together, kid friendly and only a mere 8 minutes to bake. I accidently switched the baking soda and baking powder measurements, but I also had a three year old attempting his first egg crack when wasn't looking.