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Festive Fruity Cookies

Festive Fruity Cookies recipe
photo by:kraft
Sprinkles and a sweet glazed icing make these sugar cookies festive—but the fruity appeal comes from flavored gelatin in any flavor you like.
30 min
1 hr
30 servings, 1 cookie each

What You Need

pkg.  (3 oz.) JELL-O Gelatin, any flavor, divided
cups  flour
tsp.  CALUMET Baking Powder
cup  butter or margarine, softened
cup  granulated sugar
tsp.  vanilla
cups  powdered sugar
Tbsp.  milk
Tbsp.  sprinkles

Make It

HEAT oven to 400°F.

RESERVE 1 Tbsp. dry gelatin mix. Combine remaining dry gelatin mix with flour and baking powder. Beat butter in large bowl with mixer until creamy. Add granulated sugar; beat until light and fluffy. Blend in egg and vanilla. Gradually add flour mixture, beating well after each addition.

SHAPE dough into 30 (1-inch) balls. Place, 2 inches apart, on baking sheets. Flatten with bottom of clean glass.

BAKE 8 to 10 min. or until edges are lightly browned. Cool on baking sheets 1 min. Remove to wire racks; cool completely.

WHISK powdered sugar, reserved gelatin mix and milk until blended; spread onto cookies. Top with sprinkles.

Kraft Kitchens Tips

Reduced-Sugar Version
Save 14g of sugar per serving by omitting the powdered sugar frosting and sprinkles, preparing the cookies with JELL-O Sugar Free Gelatin, and substituting 1/4 cup granulated sugar substitute for the granulated sugar. Melt 1 oz. BAKER'S White Chocolate. Drizzle over cooled cookies.
Cooking Know-How
Dip the bottom of the drinking glass in additional granulated sugar before using to flatten each of the dough balls. In addition to helping to prevent the glass from sticking to the dough, the sugar also adds a glittery look to the baked cookies.
How to Store Cookies
Store in single layer in tightly covered container at room temperature.
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