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A few weeks ago, I blogged about making panda cupcakes, which was a huge hit.  Those panda cupcakes are at over 1k pins already!!  So I whipped up another panda-themed, adorable dessert.  (Can you tell that I am addicted to yummy, cute-themed desserts?  I mean, seriously.) These panda sugar cookies are really easy to make, with no strange ingredients.  I found everything at the grocery-store in the baking aisle.  You can use a ready-to-make sugar cookie package, or make use your own sugar cookie recipe.
Make these adorable panda sugar cookies! Really easy dessert recipe using common stuff you can buy at the grocery store. No baking skills required! Great for a kid's party, any school event, or a bake-sale. Child-friendly recipe, too, great to get children cooking and baking, all while make cute food that makes them excited to bake. Explore the web site for more cooking and recipe tutorials with good, clear photos and instructions. It's pandamonium over here at http://letgoofbeingperfect.com

Panda Sugar Cookies … It’s Pandamonium Over Here!

 

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Panda Sugar Cookies … It’s Pandamonium Over Here!

Panda Sugar Cookies … It’s Pandamonium Over Here!

Ingredients

  • 1 package sugar cookie mix, or your own recipe
  • extra flour for cutting the cookies
  • white frosting
  • black frosting
  • chocolate sprinkles

Instructions

Here are the ingredients. 🙂 I didn't include a picture of the sugar cookie mix.

Preheat the oven to 375F, or whatever the recipe calls for. Mix up the sugar cookie mix according to the instructions on the package or recipe.

Sprinkle some flour on the counter (be generous!), and using a rolling pin, gently roll out the cookie mixture. Since sugar cookies have a high butter content, this step can be tricky. You can also use the palm of your hand with smaller drops of dough to press the dough flat. Don't worry too much if the cookie is "bumpy" because the icing covers everything up. Cut the panda-head with a cup of some sort.

A circle 🙂 You'll want to transfer the cookie to a new spot, flour on the counter, before starting, otherwise it might fall apart in transit to the cookie sheet.

I took a bottle cap and marked it slightly less than in half. Line up the lines with the circle, and cut out a half-moon.

Make the other ear, too. This is what the cookie should look like now.

Cut out two circles with the bottle cap.

I put this together prior to moving the cookie to the cookie sheet. However, it is much, much easier to assemble the ears on the cookie sheet.

Laying the cookie flat, put the circles inside of the half-moons. You want to then "squish" the ears into the head (so the ears are attached to the head). Again, don't worry too much about how the cookie looks because the icing will cover up the entire cookie.

Here they are on the cookie sheet. 🙂

Bake according to the instructions, and let cool at least 20 minutes before frosting.

Using the big white frosting bag, make a circle around the cookie like so.

Fill in the rest of the cookie with white frosting. You'll need to use a knife to spread the frosting out evenly. Make sure to work quickly, though, because frosting packages like this are quick-dry. Mine set in about four minutes.

Using the black frosting, fill in the ears.

Two dots for eyes, and a bigger dot for a nose.

Using the chocolate sprinkles, take three relatively straight ones to make a mouth. At this point, you can use the little white tube of frosting to make eyes, but I chose not to do that.

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Make these adorable panda sugar cookies! Really easy dessert recipe using common stuff you can buy at the grocery store. No baking skills required! Great for a kid's party, any school event, or a bake-sale. Child-friendly recipe, too, great to get children cooking and baking, all while make cute food that makes them excited to bake. Explore the web site for more cooking and recipe tutorials with good, clear photos and instructions. It's pandamonium over here at http://letgoofbeingperfect.com
Make these adorable panda sugar cookies! Really easy dessert recipe using common stuff you can buy at the grocery store. No baking skills required! Great for a kid's party, any school event, or a bake-sale. Child-friendly recipe, too, great to get children cooking and baking, all while make cute food that makes them excited to bake. Explore the web site for more cooking and recipe tutorials with good, clear photos and instructions. It's pandamonium over here at http://letgoofbeingperfect.com
Make these adorable panda sugar cookies! Really easy dessert recipe using common stuff you can buy at the grocery store. No baking skills required! Great for a kid's party, any school event, or a bake-sale. Child-friendly recipe, too, great to get children cooking and baking, all while make cute food that makes them excited to bake. Explore the web site for more cooking and recipe tutorials with good, clear photos and instructions. It's pandamonium over here at http://letgoofbeingperfect.com
And here is a full plate of yummy, adorable pandas.
I had loads of fun making these little panda sugar cookies, and we ate them in like one day.  You can also save them in a plastic container.  Use my grandma’s old trick, and throw in a piece of bread if you plan to keep the cookies for more than a few days – it will soak up all the staleness!
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Make these adorable panda sugar cookies! Really easy dessert recipe using common stuff you can buy at the grocery store. No baking skills required! Great for a kid's party, any school event, or a bake-sale. Child-friendly recipe, too, great to get children cooking and baking, all while make cute food that makes them excited to bake. Explore the web site for more cooking and recipe tutorials with good, clear photos and instructions. It's pandamonium over here at http://letgoofbeingperfect.com

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