Lime Shamrock Sugar Cookies

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My kids always like to have a fun way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. I was out of town last weekend and didn’t have time to get anything super fun organized. So I did what all good moms do and resorted to searching Pinterest for ideas. I found this cute idea for shamrock sugar cookies that includes a little lesson idea to teach kids about how the Godhead is individual people but one in purpose. We do a little spiritual family lesson and/or activity every Monday night so this was perfect for us!

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I of course like to make things EASIER so I decided to use a leftover Christmas Sugar Cookie Mix I had and added a package of Lime Jello out of my food storage. I also squirted in some green food coloring and lime juice to give it a little extra pizazz. You can add an optional glaze to give it even more lime flavor. I used 1 cup powdered sugar mixed with 2 T. lime juice and it was perfect.


Roll the prepared cookie dough into little nickel-sized balls and put them together in groups of three. Flatten them down using a glass. Then bake for 11-12 minutes at 350 degrees. Let cool before adding the glaze on top.


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Last week we were able to get together with the owner of Titan Ready USA who introduced us to his fantastic HERC XXL Oven that can bake food INDOORS like a traditional oven using only tea light candles. It really is a unique product and we were excited to try it out. I decided to cook dinner and the cookies in it tonight to break it in. Here is a little overview of my experiment.

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- Jodi and Julie

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