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St. Patrick's Day Cookies 
Mar. 9, 2011 5:31 am 
Updated: Mar. 21, 2011 6:30 am
These are an adaptation of the play dough cookies found here on All Recipes. I thought it would be fun to make St. Patrick's Day cookies using this same dough. I love all the colors of the rainbow in these, they are so bright and vibrant! I give a full tutorial on my blog, and even a video to explain how to make the cool, striped coil cookies.

Get the recipe and instructions for these St. Patrick's Day Cookies here.

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Mar. 9, 2011 8:09 am
Love them! especially the little rainbow:)
Mar. 9, 2011 8:53 am
When my kids were little we used to make TONS of Ninja Turtles out of these. What memories.
Mar. 9, 2011 12:20 pm
These are gorgeous. What talent!
Mar. 9, 2011 2:24 pm
You are very good. Those cookies are beautiful. I could never do something like that. Very impressed.
Mar. 21, 2011 6:30 am
Thanks so much you guys!! :) :)
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About Me
My favorite things to cook
I love baking, especially cookies and cakes. :) I love cooking too, but I like to experiment, which can occasionally mean take out! ;)
My favorite family cooking traditions
I grew up in the convenience food era. My parents were divorced and I was a latch key kid. There weren't a whole lot of home cooked meals in my childhood, but lots of packaged and frozen goods. I try to make dinner every night for my family, though sometimes it's take out due to sports activities, etc. I'm envious of those that have their grandmother's recipes, I don't have anything like that.
My cooking triumphs
i've created a few recipes of my own, one I even won a contest for :) I love experimenting and finding new ways to combine flavors. I feel triumphant every time I bring something to my neighbors, they always give me rave reviews!
My cooking tragedies
I try to prepare whatever I can early in the day, so that the hectic afternoon is less... well, hectic! I tend to be pretty frugal, so I'm always pantry diving. I also menu plan every week, it saves me from A) running to the store in the middle of the week and B) getting take out.
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