Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Let it Snow(cone)!

Let it Snow(cone)! ::: snowcone cookies ::: bake at 350 blog
Um, it's hot outside.  You may have noticed.

I made these little snowcone cookies, but after running errands today (are parking lots the hottest places on earth?)...I'm thinking, maybe I made them too small.  As in, a BATHTUB full of snowcone sounds perfect right about now.

Let it Snow(cone)! ::: snowcone cookies ::: bake at 350 blog
Click on over to Parade where I'm sharing the tutorial.  The top of the cookie involves NO outlining, so there's no break between the colors.  I'll show you how.  They're so simple; you know how I love simple.  Don't tell, but I'll take a cookie over a real snowcone any day.  Shhh...

Come share your favorite snowcone flavor and get the full tutorial here. :)


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43 comments:

  1. these look so neat. I can't wait to try this. Love your site!

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  2. Oh, they are just so glittering! And I just love the little diagonal paper cone detail.
    I swoon.

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  3. Such a cute tutorial, and I love snowcones!

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  4. Bridget- Those are too cute for words. I love them- xo Diana

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  5. Lurve, lurve, lurrrrve these!! Pinned!

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  6. Wow! These are horrendously cute! I have just ordered myself a load of sparkly sprinkles to make my own :) Thank you for sharing!

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  7. Too stinkin' cute!!!
    Renee - Kudos Kitchen

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  8. ahhh so cute!!!! Headed over to see how it's done now!

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  9. Very cute!!
    www.thisbakergirlblogs.com

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  10. So fun, so cute!! As always!! So jealous of you cookie making skills!

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  11. As always, your cookies are adorable! I wish so much that I had your skills!

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  12. These are so cute and now I want one or the whole batch. I don't need to share do I?

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  13. You have done it again! I LOVE this idea! The sanding sugar is absolutely perfect for the texture of a snow cone!

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  14. Absolutely adorable! When you talk about needing a "bathtub full of snowcone" that reminded me of the episode of Duck Dynasty when the A/C unit was broken. Snowcones are definitely a great invention:)

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  15. Oh my gah, these are too cute!

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  16. OOH, love these!! Perfectly adorable for summer! I love the photos too!

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  17. I am totally in love with these cookies, and they are so appropriate for where I live. I can't wait for the first bake sale at school this year so I can try them out. Actually I may just make them for the first day back.

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  18. I am totally and utterly in LOVE with these! They are magical. Truly magical Bridget!!

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  19. These are the cutest cookies I have ever seen! Love them!

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  20. I wish that these were real snowcones. We are still having our heatwave here in England and I need cooling down today!

    The cookies look great though and are very creative.

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  21. These cookies scream 'Summer' to me! As always, the cutest cookies ever. Off to check out the tutorial! Thanks for sharing :)

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  22. Such a cute original cookie Bridget. The grand-girls were here for the weekend and we bought snowcones. They came in a huge plastic container with a plastic straw. One end of the straw was shaped like a little spoon and they got a kick out of how small the spoon was compared to the size of the snowcone. They would really love your snowcone cookies!

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  23. One of my favorite cookies I've ever seen on your blog!! Where did you come up with this idea???

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  24. These are so cute! Love them!

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  25. These are too cute for words. I'm off to learn how!

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  26. What absolutely stunning cookies- you are so talented! Thanks for the inspiration. I might just have to try today,.

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  27. Very, very adorable. I still love snowcones, whether in ice or cookie form!

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  28. those almost make me feel cooler. They are so cute! I'm a snow cone fan and count myself lucky to have grown up where there was a good snow cone truck making the rounds on a semi-regular basis.

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  29. your biscuits are amazing! i hope one day i will have enough time and patience to make something half as pretty as those ones :-)

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  30. These are so cute, I must try to make some.

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  31. You always come up with the cutest ideas! love them!

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  32. Thanks so much for sharing your ideas! You are a huge inspiration!

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  33. oh what a perfect summer cookie Bridget!!

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  34. Hi Bridget! My name is Jess, and I'm a food blogger over at Floptimism. Every Saturday I write a Weekend Wrap-Up post where I share some of my favorite online finds from the past week, and today I featured these cookies! I think they're the cutest little things and perfect for the summer. I've left the link below in case you're interested. Thanks for a great idea! I hope you enjoy your weekend.

    http://floptimism.blogspot.com/2013/08/weekend-wrap-up-floptimism-rd.html

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