Sugary Charm (Easter cookies).



Hi guys!
I am super excited to bring you my second collaboration with the amazing Sugary Charm (you can read the first one here.) I love working with Sugary Charm because not only do they make unique cookie cutters at good prices you won't find in stores. But they also have really great staff members as well. Whenever we collaborate you know it's going to be a good time.




In today's post just in time for the holiday I am making super delicious sugar Easter cookies with my girls. I thought our first batch of sugary charm cookies were yummy but these totally knocked our other ones out of the park. Not to mention these ones we're even more pretty too!

We received a set of 3 Easter cookie cutters for our cookies.
Happy Easter cutter buy here
Easter bunny cutter buy here
&
Bunny Head cutter buy here




We loved the originally Sugar cookie recipe that we used in our previous blog post so much, created by one of my best friends Maria. So we decided to go with that recipe again but this time we decided to add a little twist to it. Our twist? you might be wondering well funky Easter food coloring!





It was sort of tough trying to deiced on what colors to choose from but of course we wanted to use some fun Easter colors. We got all of our food coloring from Walmart (in the Easter section). We also got most of our our ingredients from Target. Once we got home and everything was laid out well mixed all the ingredients oh yeah let me give you the recipe again!

1 tsp vanilla.
1 cup butter.
 3 cups flour.
1 egg.
1 tsp baking powder.
1 cup sugar.





Okay so mixing everything together inside a giant bowl we then added our food coloring to the mix it gave it a Easter green looked. The girls thought this was the coolest part. We we're able to get our dough to how we liked our consistency, after adding a little milk. We rolled it out, pounding the dough and getting it as flat as we could the girls giggled in excitement. I love hearing those little giggles. 





After this we to work on our cookies. Each of us grabbed a cookie cutter and started to cut out cookies they came out so neat with all the Easter green color. When we we're done we baked all our cookies at 350 degrees until brown. We finished the cookies so fast after they came out the oven! I didn’t even get a chance to snap a photo of the finished product. I hope you guys enjoyed this post and if you try it come back and let me know how it turned out.    



You can check out Sugary Charm  HERE.

(I received these products for review, but all opinions are my own.)
(This is a paid post by Sugary Charm.

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6 comments

  1. Love these cookie cutters, especially the Happy Easter one since that's not one I'd be able to find locally.

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  2. Y’all sharing or nah?? Lol Those are some cute cookie cutters but they are no match for your cuties! ����

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  3. Oh how cute and I bet they were so yummy!

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