If you are looking for a fun (and delicious!) activity for the kids this holiday season, then you might consider decorating cookies!
We kept things simple by decorating these delicious Walkers Shortbread Festive Shapes! What’s more festive than decorating cookies during the cold winter months? Plus, so stress free because there is very little prep and/or mess (and no burnt cookies!) when you decorate them right out of the box! The homemade-in-Scotland cookies will make cookie decorating with the family delicious and stress-free!
Where to purchase? You can find Walkers Shortbread Festive Shapes on the Walkers website and I also spotted them on Amazon here!
GREAT classroom project idea! Decorating Walkers Shortbread is a great option for the kids (or anyone) when you may not have enough time to bake cookies, but still want to engage in a fun and festive activity. It’s also a great classroom project – especially when you’re tasked to bring in a treat or activity, but are strapped for time. It’s as easy as paint by numbers: the festive shapes’ imprints will guide your decorating, allowing you and the little ones to easily create an edible masterpiece. As you can see, we had a blast:
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