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Stir, Bake And Mix Up Memorable Moments In The Kitchen (NAPSA) - No matter the cooking task at hand - whether it's rolling dough or mixing ingredients - getting children more involved in the kitchen is a great way to begin new traditions and spend good, quality time as a family.
"As a mother of triplets, simplicity is key," said Christine Garboski, Manager at the Nestle Culinary Center. "Fun, easy recipes teach cooking basics and inspire creativity."
In addition to using trouble-free recipes, here are a few more tips for getting children more involved in the kitchen.
Kids will love using the cookie cutters, as well as frosting and decorating each letter with tube icing and colorful candy sprinkles.
Look for more kid-friendly recipes and cooking tips on VeryBestKids.com.
Preheat oven to 325 F. Sprinkle flour over cutting board or kitchen work surface. Break off two rows of cookie dough. Roll out dough to about 1/8-inch thickness, using additional flour as needed to prevent sticking. Press cookie cutters into dough and transfer letters to ungreased baking sheets with spatula.
Bake for 8 to 10 minutes or until golden. Cool on baking sheets for 2 minutes; remove to wire racks to cool completely.
Combine sugar, Nesquik and water in medium bowl; beat with whisk or hand-held mixer until smooth. Spread icing over cookies. Allow icing to dry before adding any additional decorations.
Serving Size: Makes About 2 Dozen Cookies
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