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Cloudy Day Pooh Bear Cookies! (Vanilla Sugar Cutouts with Honey Icing)

“Tut-tut, it looks like rain.”


We baked up some cloudy day cookies as we countdown to see the movie.

We were inspired by one of our favorite chapters during our summer read-aloud.

winniethepooh-book-design-proposal-27-638We used The Winnie the Pooh Cookie Book for the recipe.



We first gathered up all our ingredients for the batter:

butter, sugar, vanilla, eggs, salt, baking powder, flour, and milk.



I found these adorable cookie cutters on amazon. I linked them at the bottom.


My oldest helped me whip up the batter.


Each kid loved cutting out shapes of pooh bear and his bee hive.


We also tried using cookie stamps for the first time. Have you used these?
They take a little bit to get used to.



 These Vanilla Sugar Cookies were super yummy… But needed a little something.

Pooh recommended honey icing!!! 

(HONEY ICING: 3/4 cups powdered sugar, 3 tsp almond milk, 3 tsp honey)


So, we drizzled each cookie with icing and a sprinkle of cane sugar.

Perfect! Puffy, Soft, and Sweet. Like our favorite bear.



We really enjoyed these sticky, sweet snacks on this rainy day.


The cookbook and cookie cutters we used:

Bear Cookie Cutter
Beehive Cookie Cutter
Honeybee Cookie Stamps




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