Cinderella Inspired Cookies



I was on pins and needles waiting for the new Cinderella Movie to come to the theaters Friday.  My family decided to go see the movie at the drive in opening day.  I wanted to make something for us to enjoy as a treat while we watched the movie. So I decided to make homemade cookies.


 Cinderella Inspired Cookies 

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Cinderella Inspired Cookies
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  1. 2 Cups of All Purpose Flour
  2. 1/4 Tsp. Salt
  3. 3/4 Cup Softened Unsalted Butter
  4. 1 Large Egg
  5. 1 Tsp. Vanilla Extract
  1. 1/4 Cup Sugar
  2. Blue Food Coloring
  3. White Pearl Shimmer Sixlets Candy
For Cookies
  1. Combine all the dry ingredients together in a large bowl and mix. Next add the wet ingredients (butter, egg, vanilla) mix until everything is combined. Do not over mix. You can roll out the dough or you can do what I did, I took clumps of dough and flattened them and pressed the cookie cutter in the dough and then peeled the access dough off and used it for the next cookie.
For the Topping
  1. Add the 1/4 sugar and 10 drops of blue food coloring in a mixer and mix until fully combined. Once all the cookie circles are cut out drizzle the tops of the cookies with the blue sugar topping.
  2. Preheat oven at 325 degrees. Bake for 15 minutes. Once the cookies come out of the over quickly add the White Pearl Shimmer Sixlets candy to the tops.
  3. Allow to cool, serve, enjoy!
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  1. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    Those came out awesome. What a fun idea 🙂

  2. These are adorable and so easy to make. I think I know what will be on my little Cinderella lover’s to-do list this coming weekend!

  3. That sparkly blue glitter would be a huge hit with my 3 girls! Anything that sparkles and that you can eat ranks really high here!

  4. I love your idea and sometimes building memories is all about the preparation before having them. I’m sure your family enjoyed these great looking cookies. The recipe looks easy and fun. We haven’t seen the movie yet but it sounds awesome.

  5. These are adorable. Have you seen the movie yet? It seems everyone I know was going this weekend.

  6. That’s a fun way to help celebrate the movie. I like that Cinderella has made a strong comback w/this new movie that’s out, and your cookies look great!

  7. Oh these are so adorable. What a great idea to make these for the movie, I heard it was fabulous, can’t wait to see it.

  8. These cookies look delicious! I would love to bake some with my daughter she just loves Cinderella and would love to make cookies like these.

  9. We’ve not watched the movie yet and yes, we made Cinderella’s Almond Sparkle Cookies to celebrate the release too. Those blue sugar crystals make any baked treat Cinderella-esque right away 🙂

  10. Those turned out great!! I can not wait to see this movie it sounds amazing!

  11. These look so delicious! I like that you made them the traditional “Cinderella” colour. Great Recipe and great photos

  12. These look so good! My girls would absolutely love these. Very nice and princessy!

  13. Oh how fun. My girls would love to have these with their tea party. They love hosting and giving all their friends pretty cookies.

  14. I love those cookies and am dying to make some tonight. My sugar addiction!

  15. How cute. I am so excited to see this movie too! Cannot wait for a girls night out. I might just make these cookies to share with my friends when we catch the show. Thanks

  16. So fun! I can’t wait to see the movie and what a fun way to celebrate!

  17. These are too cute. I love the pearls, its a very nice touch! I haven’t seen Cinderella, but I want to!

  18. Yummy! Those look so darn cool! What a fun way to celebrate the film being released!

  19. these remind me of little glass slippers. I will probalby be taking my daughter to this movie and leave her brothers at home.

  20. That blue glitter would be a huge hit at my house! Anything that sparkles and is edible is a big deal!

  21. Haven’t seen the movie yet, but I want to! These cookies are so adorable. 🙂

  22. We went to see Cinderella this weekend. I must make these for a friend. thank you.

  23. I think these are really cute (and they look delicious!)

  24. Perfect! I love the shade of blue that you managed to create. Mine tends to be off.

  25. We haven’t seen the movie yet but I think I will take my granddaughter this weekend and then we will make these cookies!! They look so cute and delicious!

  26. Oooooh these look yummy! My kids would love these! (and I would too!).

  27. very cute and look so yummy too, if I was a little princess I will be enchanted with these cookies

  28. That Cinderella blue is certainly unmistakable! And she had a claim on it long before Elsa! 🙂

  29. These look so good and look like so much fun to make…

  30. So cute! Cinderella has always been my favorite so I can’t wait to make these!

  31. We did see Cinderella this weekend! I thought it was really good!

  32. Wow! What a great idea for the drive in! I haven’t thought of making cookies like that, but these look great!

  33. A great treat for another Disney classic. Thanks for sharing!

  34. Such fun cookies. We will probably catch the movie on dvd.

  35. Those are sooo cute and look tasty!

  36. Your Cinderella cookies are so cute. Isa would love these!

  37. Debbie Denny says:

    Those look amazing. I can’t wait to try them.

  38. love the cookies so cute can’t wait to make them visiting from create link inspire have a great day

  39. I never knew how to make colored sugar. You are going to have me making the entire rainbow

  40. I love these and perfect to go along with a Cinderella inspired party

  41. What a fun way to celebrate a movie premier!

  42. The cookies are so cute. I want to hear your movie review as well. 🙂

  43. These are so cute and I bet they’re totally tasty too. Can’t wait to see this!

  44. These cookies looks so different from the usual ones, particularly those colors which look simply amazing. The recipe looks really good & my kids are going to love this. Would love to watch the Movies as well.

  45. These are too cute. I would love to set up a Frozen party with them!

  46. Lori Felix says:

    These came out so adorable. I love the blue sparkles- you are a fun Mom!

  47. Great idea to bring your own special treat to the movies! Thanks for linking up at the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop! We hope you join us again next week!

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