Word List: RECIPE: Melting Snowman Cookies
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This word list goes with the blog article Cooking Up Language with Signs: Melting Snowman Cookies.
- Sugar Cookie Dough (make your own or purchase pre-made dough)
- cooking spray
- white chocolate / crème
- large marshmallows
- multiple, small, colored tubes of decorative frosting
You can make the cookies from scratch (any sugar cookie recipe) or you can do like I did here and buy the tube of sugar cookie dough from any grocery store and simply cut them, place them on a cookie sheet, and bake them according to the directions on the package.
Once the cookies are out and cooled, melt your white chocolate / crème and pour that over the top of them. Put the melted crème on the cookies with uneven edges so that it looks like the snow has melted.
RECIPE: Melting Snowman Cookies - Ingredients
(as in "the noun, a color or colors")
(as in "the cooking ingredient or the accompaniment to desserts")
(as in "the color")
RECIPE: Melting Snowman Cookies - Tools
(as in "a dish")
(as in "a sharp tool")
(as in "pipe")
RECIPE: Melting Snowman Cookies - Directions
(as in "part of the body")
(as in "purchase")
(as in "weather or low temperature")
(as in "a scarf worn on the neck")