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She lives thousands of miles away but in 2 days I will be able to see her as I am visiting my home town. I hope they survive the airplane ride. They will travel on my lap if they have to just to ensure their safety. The picture above was taken this last summer.
Recipe update 5/21/15 I made this recipe today and made a few modifications to the recipe… taking new photos and simplifying things. The ingredient list and measurements didn’t change.
Since my original posting of this recipe back in January of 2011, my sister has lost her love-affair for all-things-hooting. lol She still loves them but doesn’t want anymore owl gifts. It’s funny how that happens. You mention to someone that you like something and all of a sudden you are a collector. :)
This happened my aunt many years ago when she remarked how she just loved ducks. I kid you not, soon her house was filled with ducks… towels with ducks, mugs with ducks, little ceramic ducks… you name it, she had it. People just kept buying her duck stuff based on that ONE sentence. lol The only ducks that she likes now are the ones that she feeds down at the park. :)
These cookies are as adorable in person as they are in the photo. You just can’t help but smile when you make them. They go together very easily and would be a great “project” for you and young ones. I hope you enjoy this recipe and please let me know how it goes. Blessings, amie sue
Yields 22 hooters
I wanted to give you a visual on what the dough looked like.
Create all the cookie balls first.
Then lightly flatten all of them.
Create the eyes.
Place two balls on each cookie but don’t flatten or press down
on them. Then create the feet marking with the tip of the fork prongs.
Add the whole almond making sure the pointy end is pointing
downward. Nestle them right up between the eyes.
This is after I took them out of the dehydrator… they look like they
Now it’s time for them to open their eyes… Wake up lil Hooter.
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