Wednesday, May 19, 2010

It's cookie time with Skipper and Barbie!

Happy Rednesday, Wordless Wednesday, and
Vintage Thingy Thursday.

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Easy Bake Skipper Thumb Print Cookies

1 Tbsp. powdered sugar
2 Tbsp. butter
1/4 tsp. vanilla extract
1/2 tsp. water
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
Jelly

Mix powdered sugar, butter, vanilla, water and flour. Roll the dough between your fingers and make 12 small balls, about a 1/2 inch each. Place a few balls at a time on an ungreased sheet or pan with space between them. Press your thumb into the middle of each ball to make a thumb print. Bake 10 to 12 minutes, then remove. Repeat until all the cookies are baked. When the cookies are cool, fill each thumb print with jelly. Makes 12 cookies.

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30 comments:

  1. Great job as usual Joy. Hope my granddaughter doesn't see it.

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  2. What a fantastic Barbie/Skipper set!! So adorable.
    I was a huge Barbie fan with 42 Barbie cases and 130 Barbies but I don't ever remember seeing the books. I guess I was too busy keeping house with my Barbie's to read!!
    Thanks so much for sharing them and the recipe.
    Fondly,
    Ann
    @
    The Tattered Tassel

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  3. I never had a Skipper doll.. I only had Barbie and I actually had a talking Barbie that I wish my little brothers had never played with.

    That little rolling pin is so cute and the little vintage kitchen-- well, vintage now.

    Thank for visiting my blog. I love cooking so I will be following your blog! and checking out some of the cooking blogs in your sidebar-- looks like some interesting ones.

    :o)

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  4. Bonjour Joy,

    First thanks for visiting my blog. I'm happy I followed you back. You have such a wonderful blog. I love those vintage clothes for baking for Barbie and Skipper. Happy Rednesday! I'm a new follower (cant find the button) Thanks for sharing!

    Anne-Marie

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  5. I love the dress. I wish they made it in my size!

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  6. Fun! I remember those packs of new outfits - that really takes me back ;) Happy REDS~

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  7. So funny, perfect timing - I found a box with my Skipper's red velveteen coat in it yesterday. Can't remember what the outfit was it belonged to??? Gosh, that's a long time ago.
    I have a Barbie book but I didn't have the cookbook, that's so much fun!
    Happy Rednesday,
    Sally

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  8. That is so cute! Love the recipe too! Happy Wednesday :O)

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  9. How cute, Joy! I loved my Barbies, and especially my Skipper doll! Thanks for sharing that recipe too. Only 6 ingredients, so it's right up my alley!
    Happy REDnesday!
    Carol

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  10. HOw much fun is SKipper!! WOW--nice to see this! By the way I have a SON named Skipper ;-)

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  11. I had no clue they had these Barbie( Skipper) goodies thanks for sharing also the little recipe...yum! Mica/The Child's Paper

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  12. I miss my Skipper... Great photos and love the vintage kitchen

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  13. I wish I still had my Barbies.....and all the clothes my grandma made for me to play with.....such great memories! Have a great VTT!

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  14. Oh, and by the way...Welcome to Vintage Thingie Thursday!!! So glad you linked in today......great post!

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  15. Great post! I love all Barbie things! Thank you for sharing those delicious sets!

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  16. Oh! I just love these pictures! And how delightful to share a recipe as well. If we all eat as Barbie ate - will we end up with her figure? Ha!

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  17. So cute! I may have to make some of those cookies today!

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  18. Who knew Barbie cooks, lol?! Great post. I fondly remember the Skipper I got in 1966 for my 6th birthday :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  19. Very Cool Post! Love the Skipper baking outfit and set and the Barbie next to her stove is just a perfect 1950s lady...all dressed up to bake! :)

    Great recipe...it must have been to go into a toy oven-I remember I loved mine!

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  20. Wonderful Barbie, Skipper post ! The recipe sounds great !Skipper looks like she is enjoying making them .
    Blessings,
    ~Myrna

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  21. Loved your post...the recipe sounds quite good. I wasn't aware of a Vintage Recipe Thursday, but I would love to participate next week. I will take your button and post it..so as not to forget. It sounds like such great fun...and I have tons and tons of vintage recipes..

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  22. Very cute post! Love the vintage recipes.

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  23. Ha! I love the miniature toaster...very cool :)

    Sarah

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