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My Cheeseburger Cookies I made for Christmas Dinner tomarrow!

My Cheeseburger Cookies I made for Christmas Dinner tomarrow!

Old 12-23-2011, 09:59 PM
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Default My Cheeseburger Cookies I made for Christmas Dinner tomarrow!

I used to make these when I cooked for daycare. I decided to make them this year as we have alot of little kids in our family and they will all be there tomarrow. I think these will be a big hit with the big kids as well as the little kids! They're not really Christmasy but I wanted to do something differant this year besides my homemade bread and homemade turkey and noodles I am taking also.

This cookie is 2 vanilla wafers powdered sugar frosting tinted green for lettuce and yellow for cheese and a mint patty in the middle. So easy to make. The hardest part was finding wafers that weren't broken!

Some cheeseburgers lined up on my counter
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4 Cheeseburgers up close
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2 Dozen ready to go tomarrow!
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Have to add a pic of my Sally Lunn Bread
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Dinner rolls aren't exactly square but they taste great
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Old 12-23-2011, 10:01 PM
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Yum! They look and sound wonderful.
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Old 12-23-2011, 10:07 PM
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The cookies are so fun I used to make them for my kids school parties and last year made them for my grandson to take to school for his birthday!
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Old 12-23-2011, 10:11 PM
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A lot of kids don't like mint so I have used homemade choc cookie for the middle instead of a mint patty.
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Old 12-23-2011, 11:27 PM
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Your cookies are adorable. How you made the cheese look so realistically melted, I don't know - real artistic talent!

I'm thinking you could use little brownie rounds instead of mint patties for a different texture and taste, but the mint is very seasonal right now.

That baby sure is cute, by the way!
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Now, how cool is that.. these are the kinds of things that make the best memories. Years and years from now, I am betting those cookies will be remembered. Thanks for sharing. and Merry Christmas.
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How cute are those cookies!!!
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How cute! If cookies can be cute I'll bet they're delicious.
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Rhonda, thanks so much for the idea....I'm sure my grandchildren and probably the grown children also will love them. You are obviously very talented. Merry Christmas
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How creative! I bet kids go wild over them.
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