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Cinco de Mayo piñata cookies

Cinco de Mayo piñata cookies
Video how-to: Pinata Cookies Ingredients: 1 cup sugar1 cup powdered sugar1 cup butter1 cup vegetable oil2 eggs1 teaspoon cream of tartar1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon almond extract1 teaspoon baking soda5 cups flour1 tablespoon vanillaMini M&M candies1/2 cup powdered sugar (frosting)2 teaspoons milk (frosting) Directions to make piñata sugar cookies: Cream sugars with butter. Split dough into five, even-sized balls and one smaller ball (this will be the black one). Use a container the same approximate width of your donkey/burro piñata cookie cutter, and line it with plastic food wrap. Cover the layered dough and freeze for four hours or overnight. Remove the dough from the container and unwrap from the plastic. Immediately after you take them out of the oven, use your burro piñata cookie cutter to cut the cookie shapes. Create the hidden pocket For the middle cookies in each set, cut off the ears and legs, and cut out the center where the M&Ms will go. Assembling the piñata cookies

How to Make Piñata Cookies - Cooking I’m pretty sure that you you’ve had enough of granny’s secret baking recipes and are tired of looking into the same cookery books & T.V. shows. With this D.I.Y. project, I promise you that everyone is going to be amazed! It’s time for a twist in the inspiring party pinata game so instead of mounting the huge pinata up your garden tree, make little ones so that grownups can have a share in the surprise too! The Cinco-de-mayo-pinata-cookies are truly one of a kind, with center filled with a sugary surprise.

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