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Polar Bear, Polar Bear What Do You Hear Edible Masks(text)

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This is the inspiration for this Feed me a Story recipe.
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This recipe makes 2 cookie masks

 

1 pkg (18 oz.) refrigerated sugar cookie dough

3/4 c flour

1 can (16 oz.) vanilla ready-to-spread frosting

Food coloring

Decorations

TWIZZLERS PULL-N-PEEL Candy for mask string


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Heat oven to 350F.

^^Grease cookie sheet.
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Combine cookie dough and flour until mixture holds together.

^^Roll dough into 1/4-inch thick rectangle on lightly floured work surface.
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Draw two 7 to 8 inches high animal faces on cardboard; cut out.

^^Cover them with clear plastic wrap.

^^Place over dough

^^Trace around pattern with knife. (Cut completely through dough)

^^Place shapes on cookie sheet.

^^Using a straw, make one 1/4-inch wide hole in each side of "mask" where ear ^^would be.
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Bake 15 to 20 min. or until lightly browned.

^^Cool slightly

^^Carefully remove from cookie sheet to wire rack. Cool completely.
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Divide frosting and tint with food color

^^Frost cookies.

^^Decorate with assorted candies.

^^Separate PULL-N-PEEL candy into strands

^^Tie 1 strand into each hole to resemble strings on a mask.

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