Horseshoe vanilla sugar cookies

Horseshoe cookie
My sweet daughter is turning 10 tomorrow (I can’t believe how times fly) So, we made some vanilla sugar cookies in the shape as a horseshoe, for her to pass out, after her riding lesson yesterday. We went with non decorated cookies this time. A freshly baked, crisp cookie, hardly need more decoration, other than to be eaten.


Tomorrow I am continuing with the non decorated treats. Because I will be making blueberry and rhubarb tarts for the brunch that we are having.

Happy Caking!

Louise

Louise
Louise is the founder and editor of CakeJournal. She's a passionate, self taught, cake artist who has been doing cake decorating since 2002.
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  1. says

    That is a simple but very nice tasty cookies. But just make sure not too much sugar on it. My daughter loves cookies so much but I am afraid that she will have diabetes if too much sugar was put in.

  2. says

    Sometimes less is more! I love the way you’ve packaged and shot the cookies – really admire your work. I’ll have to try your sugar cookie recipe, sounds yummy.

  3. says

    Me encanta tu blog, tus trabajos son fantasticos. Saludos desde Madrid

    I love your blog, your works are fantastic, greetings from Madrid

  4. sandra lobb says

    Happy birthday wishes from oz.Im sure the cookies will wellcome.Yes the time flies,one day their babies and the next heading towards being all grown up .Im nearly sixty-eight now and you dont realise how old your getting until you look at how fast your children and grandchildren have grown.Thanks for your website.and have a happy celebration with your daughter

  5. says

    I often send my daughters to school with a couple of my undecorated sugar cookies, and my husband loves my chocolate sugar cookie recipe freshly baked just on it’s own. By working in the horse them and wrapping them so prettily you have made them just as special.

  6. Margaret says

    I agree.  Some times it is best just to leave things as they are, at their best.  Birthday Wishes to your daughter.

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