Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Gingerbread Men


I saw these in the supermarket on Sunday and thought they looked fun. I'm not a huge ginger fan, so usually when we make these type of biscuits we do shortbread. The recipe is easy, and they even give you a cookie cutter, but only one colour (white) icing, so we used our other icing gels.


Kyla decided to make a Justin Bieber one (of course).



Denver and Sienna just had loads of fun decorating, and Madi made a Sue Sylvester cookie.
(Notice red tracksuit, white trim)


Oh, and the eating of course!!!


3 comments:

Jen said...

neat and yummy I bet

blairsboys said...

Fun! I don't really like the flavour of gingerbread men, but they are such fun to make! I've used quite a few of the Green's packet mixes but haven't seen those ones - may have to try them. I love the Justin Beiber gingerbread man, how gorgeous!

Karen said...

Oh yum! And I'm impressed--I fail miserably with the roll out/cut out cookies! They're my kind of kids--doing their own take on the gingerbread man thing!!

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