|Seashell Pearl Cookies|
You can make your own homemade frosting or just dye some store bought frosting a nice shade of "inner oyster pink". Spread smoothly over one vanilla wafer, careful to leave a bit of a frosting lump on one side. I found scrapping my spreading knife off on one end left just the right amount of lump
Next spread frosting on another vanilla wafer
Place the "pearl" aka the yogurt covered raisin right in front of your frosting "lump"
|My daughter had the most fun putting the pearls in place|
|Your seashell pearl cookie is almost complete|
After that we just lined them up in a 9x13 pan for safe travel and off we went to preschool. Right before we walked out the door I had a moment of brilliance and dyed our accompanying milk a beautiful shade of aqua blue.
So that's it. The teacher raved about the pearl cookies and especially the blue milk. I was excited it was a snack they had never seen before. I was especially proud we made it into the weekly newsletter home. Nice.
My girls loved the look of these cookies so much they had fun making their own after school snacks with all the leftovers for two days in a row.