Ring in the New Year with these Food Club® clock cookies.
1 Food Club® sugar cookie dough roll
1 cup assorted sprinkles
1 tub Food Club® buttercream frosting
Blue food coloring
Black food coloring
Cut the sugar cookie dough roll into 12 equal disks. Cut a small circle into 1/3 of the cookies leaving 1/2-inch remaining. Bake according to package instructions.
Split the frosting into thirds. Mix 1/3 with blue food coloring and 1/3 with black food coloring. Load colored frosting into a piping bag with a small detail tip.
Once cool, frost 1/3 of the cookies with the plain buttercream frosting and pipe a clock face onto each cookie alternating colors.
Frost the perimeter of a plain, unfrosted cookie and top with a cut-out cookie. Fill the well with sprinkles, frost the perimeter of the cut-out cookie, and top with the clock-frosted cookie. Crack at midnight to reveal the sprinkle surprise inside.
As a member of the gourd family, pumpkins have a variety of uses. The most popular use is of course the carving of Jack-O-Lanterns; however, there are many other things that a pumpkin can be incorporated into. We’ve given you some fun cooking and recipe ideas to make sure your fall season is unforgettable!
One thing to understand is which pumpkin to use for specific things.
For Pies & Purees
Sugar Pie Pumpkins
These pumpkins are sweet and have a less dense skin that allows easy baking. You won’t be disappointed in the taste! For step-by-step instructions on how to make your own puree visit Allrecipes.com
Wish your neighbors “Happy Holidays” with these adorable and practical Food Club® hot cocoa gifts.
4 plastic viles with caps
1 bag Food Club® mini marshmallows
2 packets Food Club® hot cocoa mix
1/4 cup crushed peppermint candies
1 foot red and white striped ribbon
Fill 2 plastic viles with Food Club® hot cocoa mix, 1 plastic vile with mini marshmallows, and the last plastic vile with crushed peppermint candies. Bundle the 4 filled viles with the striped ribbon and finish with a holiday-themed tag.