Thursday, September 24, 2015

Owl Cookies - Another Fun Fall Family Tradition



We made a batch of adorable owl cookies, yesterday (click here for the recipe and instructions).


We make them every year as a family, and it's always a hoot.


This year, with Grandma visiting, and a busy day, we were a little discombobulated, and so were our owls.  Not only did I roll the dough backwards (chocolate maple on the inside instead of vanilla).  I see now from looking at the pictures, that we all placed our dough slices...


...upside down from normal, too.


Still, the cookies were yummy, and we enjoyed the tradition together...


...so woo cares about a few mistakes.

6 comments:

Phyllis said...

I always look forward to your fall owl cookies tradition. It is good to know that I am not the only one that seems distracted at times. :)

Angelic Scalliwags said...

Ha, ha....always a hoot....very funny Leah!!
Love these, especially how you have managed to get a two toned biscuit. Brilliant, as always!

Ticia said...

I'm sure no one in your house cared if they were backwards.

Camie Madsen said...

They look owl-dorable to me!

Natalie PlanetSmartyPants said...

Such a fun tradition. We ventured in chocolate pumpkin cookies yesterday, and it was a big success :)

maryanne @ mama smiles said...

This is a fun snack!