Kids in the Kitchen – Rainbow Swirl Sugar Cookies

Get the Kids in the Kitchen to Make Rainbow Cookies!

With St. Patrick’s Day coming up, our activities are full of rainbows and shamrocks.  So when I got the kids in the kitchen to bake up the Valentines Day sugar cookie mix I bought on clearance, we just had to brighten it up a bit!  Making these Rainbow Swirl Sugar Cookies was really fun and way easier than it looks. Check it out…

Rainbow Swirl Sugar Cookies - A Colorful Kids in the Kitchen Recipe at B-Inspired Mama

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Kids in the Kitchen – Rainbow Swirl Sugar Cookies

Ingredients:

Making Rainbow Swirl Sugar Cookies - A Colorful Kids in the Kitchen Recipe at B-Inspired Mama
Steps:
  1.  Divide sugar cookie dough into 4 bowls.
  2. Add one color of food coloring to each bowl and mix into dough.  You’ll need to use quite a bit to get such bright colors.
  3. Lay a sheet of plastic wrap on table/counter.
  4. Form the blue dough into a long log and press flat into a rectangle on the plastic wrap.
  5. Form the green dough into a log and press flat onto the blue dough.
  6. Form the yellow dough into a log and press flat onto the green dough.
  7. Form the red dough into a log and press flat onto the yellow dough.
  8. Using the plastic wrap to lift the edge, gently roll the rectangle of dough up into a log.
  9. Wrap in plastic wrap and place in freezer until firm but not frozen.  Ours took about a half an hour.
  10. Remove from freezer and slice log into small discs.
  11. Place a couple inches apart on ungreased cookie sheet and bake according to dough recipe directions.

Priscilla loved helping me mix the dough and watching it turn colors.  Then she also helped press it down into the rectangles.  And when I sliced them up, it was like magic to her to see the spiral!  She calls them “lollipop” cookies, which is a great idea; maybe we should add lollipop sticks next time before baking.  We’ll definitely be making these again.  It’s a great kid-friendly recipe with just a little “rainbow magic” to get the kids in the kitchen!

More Kids in the Kitchen Recipes from B-Inspired Mama:

Strawberry Yogurt Pops - A Kids in the Kitchen Recipe [Sponsored by Yulu] at B-Inspired Mama    Easy Indoor S'Mores - Kids in the Kitchen at B-Inspired Mama

Have you had your kids in the kitchen lately?  What have you been cooking or baking?  Share in the comments below!

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About Krissy Bonning-Gould

Krissy Bonning-Gould is a former art teacher turned full-time mama of 3 who authors B-Inspired Mama to share inspiration for simple kids crafts, family recipes, learning fun, and creative parenting.

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