Easy Vanilla Pudding Sprinkle Cookies

An easy recipe for fun sprinkle cookies!

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Inspiration can be a funny thing. Like when you catch a whiff of your neighbor’s dinner cooking and it reminds you of your childhood so you start writing. Or you see a crazy cloud formation in the sky that reminds you of a song and you start dancing to the music in your head. I’m going somewhere with this. What inspired me to make these sprinkle packed vanilla pudding cookies?

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Edible Art: Kusama Inspired Pink Chocolate Chip Cookies

A fun recipe for pink cookies inspired by the artwork of Yayoi Kusama.

How to make Kusama Inspired Hot Pink Cookies #diy #yayoikusama #dotsobsession #art #edibleart #pinkcookies #diyartmom

Recently, I took advantage of the kid’s nap time to attempt cleaning up my computer while luxuriating with a plate of cookies. Organizing all of my photo folders from the past year, I of course got sucked into the rabbit hole of staring at baby pictures . Whilst recalling all the memories of her learning how to sit, crawl, and eat, I came upon a folder of pictures from our first trip to a museum exhibit.

“Dots Obsession- Love Transformed Into Dots” – Yayoi Kusama

We had gone to DC’s Hirshhorn Museum to see Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama‘s exhibit “Infinity Mirrors” Continue reading “Edible Art: Kusama Inspired Pink Chocolate Chip Cookies”

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Edible Art: How to Make Magical S’mores Bark

A fun recipe for candy s’mores bark inspired by marbled art.

Check out these lazy bears swimming in a groovy swirly sea of pink, turquoise, and lavender. I want to jump in right now! Or are those bears sunbathing on Unicorn Beach on Planet Pretty in a galaxy far far away? Oh, it’s white chocolate bark! I’ll just go ahead and it eat it now then, thanks.

The idea for this candy treat came about when I found some of my toddler’s snacks scattered in an art supply drawer.  Thanks to that sneaky girl, I was inspired to create a swirly pastel dessert topped with sprinkles, marshmallows, and the culprit from the art bin- Teddy Grahams. Continue reading “Edible Art: How to Make Magical S’mores Bark”

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