Eleven year old Varun has developed a new fascination for baking. And what can be a better time than Christmas to try out some great cookies with the new baking knowledge! Here’s Varun wishing everyone a Merry Christmas with a delightful, colorful spread of homemade treats.
My name is Varun. I am eleven years old and I am a fifth grader and I enjoy baking. Few days back I made Christmas cookies to spread Christmas joy and happiness and celebrate with my teachers and friends.
I made the cookie dough right from scratch, rolled it and cut the dough with cookie cutters and baked them in the oven. I then frosted them with red, green, white and blue icing and added sprinkles to make them look colorful. My mom helped me in making these cookies.
I made star, dinosaur, candy cane and Christmas tree cookies. They turned out very yummy and I gave the cookies to my friends and teachers.
I loved baking those cookies. Here is the recipe of the cookies
Here are some pictures of the cookies I made.
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