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Recipe for St. Patrick’s Day-Rainbow Cookies
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1. If using refrigerated dough, set it on counter until it reaches room temperature to make it more manageable. If using boxed mix, follow the directions on the box to create the dough.
2. Divide the dough into 4 sections. Whatever colors you want at the top of the rainbow need to be the biggest sections (I messed up this part hence why my cookies aren’t in “proper” rainbow sequence).
3. Use the food coloring to dye your separate doughs.
4. On a firm surface (I used a cutting board) form your blue dough into a log shape (again, I messed up this part so my colors are off).
5. Then layer the rest of your colors on top of the blue to create your rainbow colors.
6. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until firm (about an 1-2 hours).
7. Slice your roll and lay on cookie sheet.
8. Cook at 375 until they begin to brown.
Science: Obviously this activity lends itself to discuss rainbow and how they are formed and the colors you find in them.
Language Arts: 1. Have your child create a story (you can write while they talk if they aren’t old enough) about a leprechaun finding a rainbow. Encourage them to add as many details as possible (where the rainbow was located, how he searched for it, what was the treasure at the end of it, etc). 2. Read the book and talk about St. Patrick’s Day and summarize the book. Pay close attention to pictures in the book and see how many rainbows you can spot.
This recipe was adapted from .