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Valentine’s Day Cat Cookies



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  • Prep 40min
  • Total6hr45min
  • Servings24

Valentine’s cookies have never been so perrrfect!MORE+LESS-

ByParty Pinching

Updated September 11, 2017

Make with

Betty Crocker Cookies

Ingredients

1

pouch (17.5 oz.) Betty Crocker™ Cookie Mix Sugar

1

tablespoon flour (for cookie mix)

1/3

cup butter, softened but not melted (for cookie mix)

1

pouch (7 oz.) of Betty Crocker™ Decorating Cookie Icing Pink

Jumbo red and pink heart sprinkles

Small pink heart sprinkles

Steps

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  • 1

    Preheat oven to 375° F. Prepare cookie mix according to package instructions.

  • 2

    Roll dough and cut out into circle shapes using circle cookie cutter. Bake 7-9 minutes. Cool cookies completely before decorating.

  • 3

    Using the pink cookie icing pouch, pipe icing on top of cookies. While the icing is still wet, place candy eyes and the Necco™ wafer on top of the cookie.

  • 4

    Next, place 2 jumbo red heart sprinkles upside down for the ears. Arrange 3 jumbo pink heart sprinkles on each side of the cookie.

  • 5

    Let icing dry completely. Attach the small pink heart sprinkle to the middle of the Necco™ wafer for the nose with a toothpick dipped in pink cookie icing.

  • 6

    Draw on a mouth with a black edible marker.

  • 7

    Make red whiskers with the red edible marker.

Nutrition Information

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1 Serving
Calories
150
Calories from Fat
35
% Daily Value
Total Fat
4g
6%
Saturated Fat
2g
10%
Trans Fat
0g
Cholesterol
15mg
5%
Sodium
100mg
4%
Potassium
15mg
0%
Total Carbohydrate
29g
10%
Dietary Fiber
0g
0%
Sugars
19g
Protein
1g
% Daily Value*:
Vitamin A
0%
0%
Vitamin C
0%
0%
Calcium
0%
0%
Iron
0%
0%
Exchanges:

0 Starch; 0 Fruit; 2 Other Carbohydrate; 0 Skim Milk; 0 Low-Fat Milk; 0 Milk; 0 Vegetable; 0 Very Lean Meat; 0 Lean Meat; 0 High-Fat Meat; 1 Fat;

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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Famous Cookie Copycat Recipes

Why reach into a box for your cookie fix? Make some of your favorite famous copycat cookies at home with these great recipes! Cookies are just about the perfect dessert for any and all occasions. And I don’t know anybody that doesn’t have at least one favorite cookie. Check out these 15 copycat recipes they may just leave you with a brand new favorite. If you’re going to splurge on a treat, why not make it a great one!?

Lemon Coolers

Sunshine Biscuits distributed the original Lemon Coolers, but in the 1990’s they merged with Keebler and the iconic lemon cookies disappeared from the grocery store shelves. These copycat cookies are better than the originals!

Copycat Levain Bakery Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip Cookies

Apparently Levain cookies are BIG. HUGE. MAMMOTH. A full six ounces of puffy, life-changing cookie. These cookies have an exterior that’s slightly crisp, while the inside is thick, soft, and, when the cookies are warm, gooey. *sigh*

Copycat Little Debbie Oatmeal Cream Pies

Your childhood favorite you can make at home. Soft, chewy oatmeal cookies with hints of cinnamon, molasses and coconut, with a sweet marshmallow cream filling. So close to the original only better!

Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chip Cookies (Copycat)

Made with cold butter instead of softened and cooked at a lower temperature to achieve the perfect texture. Save yourself a trip to the mall and give these a try!

Old-Fashioned Iced Oatmeal Cookie Copycat

Soft in the middle and crispy on the edges, sweet, but not overly so, and the cinnamon and nutmeg really shine through. A really terrific cookie with the famously popular icing achieved by dipping the tops instead of spreading on with a knife.

Soft Lofthouse Style Frosted Sugar Cookies with Sour Cream (Copycat)

Pretty and perfectly Soft Lofthouse Style Frosted Sugar Cookies made from scratch with an easy frosting and plenty of pretty sprinkles! Best of all, they make a delicious treat to serve with a tall glass of milk.

Homemade (Copycat) Orange Milano Cookies

Who doesn’t love Pepperidge Farms cookies?! Try these delicious vanilla cookies with a dark chocolate center flavored with orange zest and see how they compare. Hint … we think you’re going to love them!

Levain Bakery Chocolate Chip Cookies

A delicious copycat cookie from the famous Levain Bakery in New York. Enjoy these thick and delicious mounds of chocolate chip goodness!

Homemade Fig Newtons

These are a real treat, not too sweet, soft and fluffy and cake-like with a hint of fresh orange. Absolutely wonderful and a great copycat of the original!

Copycat Starbucks Flourless Chewy Chocolate Cookies

A crisp, chewy chocolate brownie like cookie made with semisweet and dark chocolate. Chocolate. Brownie. Cookies. I could devour a few of these right now!

Homemade Thin Mint Cookies

What could be more famous than these iconic cookies? Enjoy our deep, dark chocolate cookies coated in a thick layer of minty chocolate. Don’t wait for a Girl Scout to stop by your house – keep a batch in the freezer year round!

Homemade Tim Tams

Tim Tams are an Australian specialty, consisting of two chocolate cookies, sandwiched around chocolate-malt frosting, dipped in chocolate. What’s not to love.

Doubletree Cookie Recipe

If you’ve ever stayed at a DoubleTree Hotel you know they serve fresh baked chocolate chip cookies to their guests. Now you don’t have to stay in their hotel to enjoy these amazing cookies, you can make them at home!

The Very Best Neiman Marcus Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Better than the original, the Very Best Neiman Marcus Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe is loaded with three different kinds of chocolate and a secret ingredient that will make your fellow cookie eaters wonder what makes them taste so incredibly amazing!

Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Skillet (“Pizookie”)

Better than the Pizookie from BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse! Rich and delicious, with chunks of chocolate … what a way to go!

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Valentine's Sugar Cookie

  • Quick Glance
  • (7)
  • 15 M
  • 30 M
  • Makes 60 small cookies

Special Equipment: Flower- or heart-shaped cookie cutter (or a different shape, if you prefer)

Ingredients US Metric

  • 2 sticks (8 oz) unsalted butter, at room temperature
  • 1 3/4 cups granulated sugar
  • 1 large egg
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 2 3/4 cups all purpose flour
  • Coarse sugar, for sprinkling, whether sanding or pearl or raw

Directions

Preheat the oven to 350°F (176°C). Line a couple baking sheets with parchment paper.

In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, beat the butter and granulated sugars until light and irresistibly fluffy. Add the egg and vanilla and mix until combined. Using a spatula, gently fold in the salt and flour just until combined.

Roll the dough between a couple of pieces of parchment paper until it’s about 1/2 inch thick.

Remove the top piece of parchment and, using a 1 1/2-inch flower cookie cutter (or whatever shape you prefer), cut out cookies and place them on the prepared sheets, spacing them about 2 inches apart. (If you find the dough too soft to cut with a cookie cutter, transfer the dough, still sandwiched between the parchment paper, to the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes. Then try again.) Sprinkle the cookies with coarse sugar.

Bake for 10 to 13 minutes, until the edges of the cookies just begin to brown. Let the cookies cool completely on wire racks before showering them upon your sweetie. Originally published February 10, 2012.

Recipe Testers' Reviews

I made these today with my three-year-old. What a easy, simple recipe to follow for someone like myself who does not have a talent for sweets. The end result was absolutely amazing. Tasty, sweet, not overly soft in the middle, and a little crisp on the edges.

The dough spread between 2 sheets of parchment paper very well. They did spread quite a bit during baking, although the end result was fantastic.

What tends to keep me from baking sugar cookies is that most recipes do not allow you just to make them. You’re supposed to make the dough, refrigerate it, roll it out (which is messy), and then bake. No longer will I go through all that trouble. These are truly stress-free sugar cookies. No refrigeration, no messy rolling (the parchment paper works like a charm), and no waiting. Just make the dough and bake.

The resulting cookie is crunchy with a chewy center, buttery and sweet. No baking soda or baking powder give the cookie a clean finish with no aftertaste. I baked mine about an inch apart, as they did spread a bit. This is a great go-to cookie recipe.

This is a fantastic, easy sugar cookie recipe. The cookies end up with a delightful crunch around the edges but have a soft center, and they aren’t too crumbly, as is the case with some sugar cookies.

It takes a while to mix in all of the flour to the dough, so be patient. Additionally, the cookies should be placed at least 1 1/2 inches apart on the pan to avoid running together. Be careful to watch them, as the edges brown quickly.

I've been searching for a quick, easy, tasty sugar cookie recipe, and voila! Here it is! The dough doesn't need to be prepared and chilled overnight. It doesn't contain baking soda or powder. All you're tasting and eating is flour, butter, sugar, eggs, and vanilla. The texture is wonderful as well—crunchy on the edges and delightfully chewy in the center. I wanted to see if this dough would work with our cookie cutters, so I rolled it to 1/4 inch thickness and cut shapes from a 3-inch and a 2 1/4-inch cookie cutter. They cooked to perfection in a convection oven on 350°F for 8 and 7 minutes, respectively.

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Comments

The cookies came out good. I did add in 1 tbsp of milk towards the end cause the dough was not molding together. That did the trick and they were delicious.


Cat Poop Cookies for April Fool’s Day

If the above picture hasn’t completely grossed you out yet, then you must have a sick sense of humor like me so continue reading.

Everyone knows that Easter is less than a week away but did you also remember that there is another holiday the day after Easter this year? April Fool’s Day. Okay, so maybe April Fool’s Day isn’t actually considered a holiday but for all the pranksters out there it is definitely a day to celebrate.

And that is what leads me to today’s tutorial on Cat Poop Cookies. You may remember that back on Valentine’s Day I made Cupid Poop Cookies. Well, soon after posting them, a friend of mine asked if I could come up with a chocolate version of the cookies. I’m not one to back down from a challenge so I made just a couple of changes in the recipe and ….voila…. I now had more realistic looking poop cookies. Then, just to keep up with the gross factor, I picked up a cheap kitty litter box and scoop at the grocery store, filled it with crushed graham crackers and created a great way to display my poop cookies.

Don’t these look appetizing?

You can put the litter box on the floor then when someone stops by on April Fool’s Day all you have to do is bend down, pick up a cookie from it and offer it to them. If they refuse, just take a bite out of it yourself and explain how good it is.

A couple of other ideas for presenting your cookies are, to leave one laying on the mat at the front door

Or strategically place it under one of your kid’s stuffed animals so that they wake up to something like this on April Fool’s morning.

There are truly endless ways to have fun with these cookies. Before I take it too far and start to get too gross, let’s get started on the tutorial.

As I said before, the original recipe came from my Cupid Poop Cookies. All I did to alter the recipe was change the white cake mix to a chocolate cake mix and eliminate the sprinkles. I still used the white sparkle gel because I love the fresh mucusy look it gives the cookies. I also rolled some of the cookies in chopped peanuts and mini chocolate chips but I found I didn’t like the look of those quite as much as just the plain poop. It added some nice flavor but I felt the chunks sort of took away from the realistic look of them.

You’ll need a chocolate cake mix
1/4 cup of butter
3 oz. of cream cheese
1 egg
White sprakle gel
Peanuts and mini chocolate chips (optional)

As per the recipe, combine the ingredients and roll the dough into logs. If you would like to add the nuts and chocolate chips, be sure to chop the peanuts first, then lay them on the counter and roll the log over them.

Shape them into poops and place them on an ungreased cookie sheet. Keep in mind that poop comes in all sorts of different shapes. Make some of them rounded into a pile and leave some just curved or even straight.

Refrigerate them for about 15 minutes then bake them in a preheated 350 degree oven for 7-9 minutes.

Allow them to cool completely then squeeze some sparkle gel on each cookie and brush it on with a pastry brush, being sure to fill in all the cracks and crevices.

Here is the difference the gel makes in the look of the cookies. If you prefer the non-mucusy look then you can just skip it all together.


Valentine’s Day Cat & Fish Cookies

Looking for something a little less tradition for Valentine&rsquos Day? Try these super adorable Valentine&rsquos Day Cat & Fish Cookies made with sugar cookies and buttercream!

I have no reason for making these Valentine&rsquos Day Cat & Fish Cookies other than I fell in love with the cookie cutters when I saw them. I mean, fishies and kitties?

This cute set included a cat head, a cat paw, and a fish. I don&rsquot know which one I loved more, the kitty head or the fishy! Seriously both so adorable!

Have you ever shopped at Charming Charlie? It&rsquos a jewelry store that also sells the cutest accessories and fun home stuff! I love them because everything is sorted by color and theme.

I found these adorable cat & fish cookie cutters at my local Charming Charlie and luckily for you they are on clearance on their website now!


Watch the video: CAT COOKIES FOR VALENTINES DAY, HANIELAS (August 2022).