Paint these Easter cookies with just a toothpick and your creativity (1989)
This recipe from the late 80s starts by preparing a basic sugar cookie dough recipe (with a lemon-y twist!), which you then chill and roll out the dough to cut out Easter egg shapes.
While the cookies are baking and cooling, whip up the unique, edible “paint,” using heavy whipping cream, a bit of powdered sugar, and food coloring.
Then, with just a toothpick and some creativity, you and your kiddos can make colorful, detailed Easter cookie designs like these!
Painted Easter egg cookies (1989)
After you paint these Easter eggs, you won’t want to hide them. They’re too pretty for that. And much too delicious.
Seems like just about everything turns out that way when you bake fresh with C&H, the pure cane sugar fresh from Hawaii.