Ingredients: Sugar cookie dough, black and white icing and orange gummy candy.
Step one: Bake or purchase cookies of your choice. For the sake of saving time, I chose to buy sugar cookie dough. Also, preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Step two: Since I used Pilsbury cookie dough, it didn’t specify the pan size or the size of the individual dough balls on the packaging. So, I think it's okay to guess and check on the sizing of the dough balls. Next, spray a cookie sheet with non-stick cooking spray and roll the dough into balls.
Step three: Place dough on the sheet about two inches apart.
Step four: Place cookies in the oven for about 10 to 14 minutes or until they turn golden brown.
Step five: Take the cookies out of the oven and let cool for about 10 minutes.
Step six: Use black frosting, icing or gel and create the shape above. The line should dip down at the center of the cookie. In the picture above, I used gel which I found hard to smoothen out. Icing or frosting might be an easier option.
Step seven: Fill in the rest of the cookie with white frosting, icing or gel. The white gel was also very bumpy and hard to smoothen.
Step eight: Put the candy eyes on the cookie as well as an orange gummy candy. I cut the gummy into a triangle to create the shape of a nose.
Here are the finished baked goods! The arctic animals these cookies resemble are great representations of winter and all of the beauty that it encaptures. For this reason and more, these cookies will make the perfect dessert throughout the winter season.