On an overcast Saturday morning in December, about 40 kids were
doing what kids do best: Decorating and eating cookies. They
carefully added frosting, marshmallows, sprinkles and extra sugar
to the cookies that the Fairmont hotel's executive pastry chef,
Erin Brew, baked for them for their first annual cookie decorating
event. They sipped hot chocolate, gobbled down the cookies and
licked the sticky sugary goodness off their fingers.
It was the perfect morning, evidenced by the lack of even a
single tear from these tots and preschoolers.
But if you missed their cookie decorating event, don't fret.
Making cookies at home is an easy and fun activity you can do with
your little ones. Bonus: Your kids don't have to leave the table
with a sugar high.
Brew offers her best tricks to making yummy healthy (well,
healthier) cookies this holiday season.
Danielle Braff lives with her two daughters and husband in downtown Chicago.
See more of Danielle's stories here.
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