Posted: 8/9/2012 6:40:24 AM
My daughter who's 10 say these ahd HADE to make them--I thought it looked rather EZ so we did--posted a photo essay on my blog-http://anoterote.blogspot.com/2012/08/kooking-with-kayleigh-rainbow-cookies.html
over all they came out very good!
Posted: 8/7/2012 1:23:59 PM
Really enjoyed making these with my granddaughter. Easy and very tasty!
Posted: 8/5/2012 2:51:20 PM
Pootsyanne, approximately how many cookies did the recipe make? I need to make at least 36. Do I need to double?
Posted: 8/1/2012 3:41:57 PM
This recipe seems fairly easy and fun, cant wait to try it. What they are saying is to divide the dough into 4 parts, dye each part a different color, roll out each piece into 1/4 inch rectangles, stack them on top of each other, roll them long ways into a solid tube, looking like a a solid paper towel roll, then slice the roll into 1/2 inch circles, similar to cinnamon rolls.
Posted: 8/1/2012 11:22:01 AM
Truthfully, I do not quite understand the directions. And I do a lot of baking. You should put this on a video.
Posted: 6/4/2012 6:55:56 PM
Well, I should not have doubled the recipe, that was my first mistake :( second, I am not sure if I had to much flour or not enough. Also, I didn't have parchment paper and tried to use wax paper. It didn't work either. Maybe if I had taped it to my table! They turned out great and looked great, but kind of a lot of work. Probably going to try them again following the recipe exactly. I smooshed the ends together that I cut off and pressed them into the sugar then baked them. They looked tye dyed! No waste either! Giving 4 stars only because the recipe says easy and I sure didnt think so.
Posted: 5/28/2012 3:40:48 PM
This has to be the nicest way to WOW the kids with bright colors. Never thought it could be so simple & the large sugar crystals take it to the top! Thanks for a great idea!