Gingerbread Cookie Boxes
My girls and I like watching all of those mini cooking videos on Facebook. They are fun to watch, but we don’t find ourselves replicating many of the recipes. This video, however, is chalked full of holiday treats that are super cute and do-able! I asked them which one they’d like to make first and it was a unanimous, “Cookie Boxes!”. And so we made some!
Gingerbread Cookie Box Instructions
For each box you’ll need two solid circles and two rings. Bake the cookies and let them cook completely.
Step 3: Lay one of the ring cookies on top, add more icing, and the the next ring cookie.
Step 4: Let the cookie boxes sit until the icing has had a chance to harden.
Step 5: Fill with M&Ms and add the lid (no icing necessary for the lid)!
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