Independence Day Cookies

by Holly on July 3, 2010

Happy Independence Day to all of my fellow American’s this weekend!  If you are still looking for a fun treat to make with your kiddos, these patriotic tie-dye swirly cookies are a blast to make (and eat!).  I posted these last year and we still love making them.  You can get the recipe and instructions here.
I was recently contacted by Rebecca, an editor over at LilSugar (of PopSugar network fame) who asked if I would let them feature these cookies in their round-up of ideas for fun desserts for the holiday.  They have a lot of great, fun, kid-friendly ideas, so if you are still stumped you should head over there and see what they came up with.
I hope everyone has a wonderful, safe and very happy holiday!  I’d like to send out my heartfelt gratitude to all the men and women in our armed forces, and their families, for their contribution in keeping us safe to enjoy the privileges and freedom that so many are still denied.  I want to send a special thank you and round of much hugs and love to my brother who is in the Army and headed to Korea for a year after just recently returning from his second tour in Iraq. He always did want to be a Super Hero.  Mission accomplished.  Love you Bubba 🙂
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Emily July 4, 2010 at 12:28 am

I remember these super nifty cookies from the get-together at Lorken in Gardner Village (for the Moms Who Make It conference). They are so awesome!

Leslie July 4, 2010 at 1:27 am

These cookies are spectacular! I'm so glad I cleared my reader because your beautiful cookies popped up when you posted them. I might have missed them and that would have been a shame!

Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] July 4, 2010 at 3:29 pm

These look great 🙂

Susan @ SGCC July 4, 2010 at 4:34 pm

How beautiful! Happy 4th to you too!

Lauren January 1, 2012 at 6:04 pm

Hey, sorry to bother you on a post from a long time ago, but when I clicked the link to the instructions, the top of the webpage said you’d relocated and I’d be redirected in 5 seconds, which I was, and couldn’t read the instructions. This is so cool and I’d love to try it, but I can’t find a way around the redirecting!

Holly January 1, 2012 at 10:15 pm

Hi Lauren! I’m the one who should apologize! Thanks for the heads up on that! I’ll get that fixed when I’m not texting away on my phone here, but I didn’t want you to wait. Here is the link on the .com so you don’t redirect. Thanks again and have fun!!


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