This is a really fun recipe to make, especially with Thanksgiving right around the corner! My kids LOVE to help with these kinds of food projects, and these Pilgrim Hat Cookies are a great one for little hands. I love how wondering these Pilgrim Hat cookies look on the table as well, very festive and fun!
If you are a brave Pilgrim, you could even make this in a classroom setting as part of a Thanksgiving feast, and they would pair wonderfully with a fun children’s Thanksgiving book!
Fudge Stripe Cookies
Reese’s miniature peanut butter cups, unwrapped
Butter Cream frosting
1. Mix food coloring into frosting to create an orange color
2. Spoon frosting into piping bag. Use smallest round decorating tip, or cut a very small hole into the edge
of the bag
3. Place Fudge Stripe Cookies upside down, so chocolate side is facing up
4. Pipe a small square on the front of the Reese’s cup. Flip it upside down and pipe a generous amount of
frosting around the edges. Place the Reese’s cup (frosting side down) in the middle of the Fudge Stripe
Cookie. Frosting should spillover, but touch up as needed.
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