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Confetti Cookies

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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It's always a good idea to have a few super simple crafty ideas that can be set up in seconds and aren't overly complicated for under 5s. Here's a cooking cheat that involves no actual baking but all the fun of decoration.

It's also a fun activity if you have a larger group of kids to keep occupied as it doesn't require lots of one on one supervision.



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Time: 10 minutes (more or less time depending in attention span)
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials
Flat, plain cookies. If you're in the UK then something like a rich tea or digestive is ideal.
Icing
Sprinkles

Method
Lay out your cookies, a bowl of icing with a teaspoon and a jar of sprinkles.



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Kids can now spoon icing sugar onto their cookies.



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Spread the icing sugar over the cookies and then shake those sprinkles to your heart's content.

My son really enjoyed making these at a Christmas party that we went too. I noticed that the older kids were really engaged too. They used larger sprinkle balls and little sugar hearts to make more interesting designs.

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