Have some cookie with your frosting!

Post number three of four for Pillsbury has brought us a little unexpected fun this round!

I took Noah to the store and this week he picked out the ridiculously cute little sugar cookies. I asked him if he wanted anything on them. He said frosting. And what goes better on sugar cookies than frosting?

I’ll help you. The answer is nothing.

These were probably the easiest thing we made yet.

Step one, turn on the oven.

Step two, lay out the cookies on the cookie sheet.

Step three, eat a few raw cookies.

Step four, put them in the oven and try to take a cute self-portrait of dad and kid. Not easy when your camera weighs seven pounds.

Step five, look in the oven constantly and complain that these things take a whopping nine minutes to bake. WE WANT OUR COOKIES NOW!

Step six, get close to the hot pan, but not too close. Oh, and poke a couple cookies while they’re still super soft. You know, just for fun.

Step seven, show the world the fancy can of super frosting that Pillsbury sells. Oh, whoops. Forgot to focus the camera.

Step eight. Dad holds the can with one hand, the camera with the other, and Noah applies the frosting.

Whoa.

WHOA, buddy!

Okay, you might as well finish them off.

Step nine. Admire your 49,000 calorie creation. (NOTE: only our version is 49,000 calories. But we like a little extra frosting).

Step ten. Eat your frosting. If you find the cookie somewhere within, BONUS!

And that is how easy it is to make Pillsbury Sugar Cookies with Pillsbury Easy Frost frosting. Do it. Now. They’re good.

In all seriousness though, I don’t recommend using that much frosting. It’s a *bit* much. Unless you are one of those who enjoy sugar comas.

Dan Pearce, Single Dad Laughing

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