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Store This, Not That! > Blog > Cooking with Food Storage > Neighborhood Gift Idea #5: Magic Santa Cookies
December 15th, 2014

Neighborhood Gift Idea #5: Magic Santa Cookies

Front of Santa Cookie Mix

Back of Santa Cookie Mix

I love this idea! It’s so simple and such a great gift to give (the gift of NO MESS!…and a little food storage 😉 These magic Santa cookies are just the Cookie Clay Dough recipe in a jar. You’ll remember that this recipe is so great because it doesn’t require any rolling, flouring of countertops, and NO cookie cutters. The dough is the consistency of Play Doh and kids can just shape their dough however they would like. Such a great activity for Santa cookies and for Mom! When I do these I usually use half whole wheat flour and half all-purpose flour along with powdered eggs. When you’re putting the ingredients in the jar it is important that you separate the sugars and put them in a little baggy (like we did for the dry ingredients of the pancake mix) I also made you labels to use and I’ve separated them into Front (cute Santa Graphic) and Back (Instructions) so you can use ANY bottle around the house. If you need to refresh on how to cut fabric for the tops of any jar or how to do the little baggies, click HERE for the how-to videos. For reference, in the bottles above I used a peanut butter jar (on the left) and an applesauce jar (on the right). You know I’m a big believer in using things around the house that a) you’ve already purchased and would normally throw away and b) you’re recycling and going GREEN!

Santa Cookie Labels

Now that you’re sold on the idea….go ahead and download the CUTE labels I made for you by clicking HERE.

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2 Comments

  • LaRena

    December 5, 2012 at 12:58 pm

    Where can I find the actual recipe for your Santa Magic Cookies. I can’t find it on you website? I love the download, but I need the recipe. Thank you, LaRena

  • Kelly

    December 15, 2014 at 9:05 am

    Oh my goodness, what a great idea! I can’t wait to try these! I know a bunch of little hands that will love this.Thanks for sharing.

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