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How to make teddy bear cookies

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[♪♪] [howdini - get yourself a guru] Hi, I'm Liv Hansen for and Betty Crocker Kitchens, and I'm going to show you how to turn a rainy day into a fun-filled day by baking with your kids. We're going to make these adorable bear cookie pops. And here to assist me is Blythe. >>Hi. Are you ready to get started? >>Sure. Okay. To start, preheat your oven to 375 degrees. So the first thing we're going to do is pour our cookie mix into the bowl. [bag rustling] Okay. In addition to the mix, you're also going to need an egg, some water, and some oil. So do you want to help me by pouring the oil and the water in? >>Sure. Okay. I'm going to start stirring, and you can pour those right in. Great. We also need an egg, so do you want to try stirring a little bit? >>Sure. Okay. I'm going to crack that egg in while you stir. Move it around a bit. There we go. Good job. >>Thank you. Here, why don't I finish that off for you? And the next thing we're going to do is we're going to actually shape them into little balls. You have a big spoon here. Do you want to grab that? And just take a nice, big spoonful, about that size, and then you're going to take it off and you're going to roll it in your hand to make it into a nice, little ball. Once you have it into a ball, you're just going to put it down on the tray. We're going to move them about four inches apart, like that, okay? >>Okay. Now you have a little spoon. Grab just a little bit, about that much. And then you're going to form that into a ball, and we're going to need two of them about the same size. >>Okay. One tip for you is if you're at home and the dough is kind of sticky, you can wet your palm with some cold water, and that will prevent the dough from sticking. So now I'm going to show you how to do it. You can do what I do. You're going to put the little ears right next to the big one. So already it's starting to look a little bit like a teddy bear. They can even touch. Do you want to roll them in just a little bit? Want to roll that one? Sure. >>Good. Now we can keep doing this until we have our pan full. Usually you can fit about six of these on a pan. And what we're going to do is we're going to place the head here, but we're going to put the ears on that side. Good. So now we can put the popsicle sticks in, okay? I'll give a popsicle stick to you, and I'll show you what I'm going to do. I'm going to stick the popsicle stick in, like that. And then you just kind of push the cookie down to make it into the bear shape. Great! Very nice. So our cookies are done. The next step is to bake your cookies for 11 to 13 minutes. Let them cool on their pans for about 2 minutes. Then you can transfer them to a cooling rack. For best results, use a spatula that's at least the size of the cookie so the cookie doesn't lose its shape when you're moving it. We have some already cooled on a cooling rack and ready to decorate. So do you want to help me decorate? >>Sure. We have lots of candies to choose from. And to stick them on we have some icing, some cookie icing, okay? So we have white and red. Which color would you like to use? >>White, please. Okay. Let me take the top off and you have the white. Okay. And I'll show you what to do. I'm going to give you a cookie, and you're going to take your bag, and if you squeeze it at the top, the icing is going to start to come out, okay? And you can use this as glue. So I'm going to put a little in the middle, and I'm going to glue a little nose down. Okay? Then you can also use it as glue for eyes. What color eyes should I make? Blue or white or green? >>Blue. Blue, okay. So little blue eyes. And then you could even pipe a little mouth on if you want. Do you want to try one? >>Sure. Okay. So there's your bag. Great. So which one do you want for the nose? >>This. >>Okay. Now some eyes. Great job! >>Thank you. What color eyes are you going to choose? >>Blue. Blue. You like blue eyes? >>Mm-hmm. Do you want a mouth on that one, too? >>Yeah. >>Okay. Wow! These look great! Those look so good. You know what? They make great party favors, and they taste as good as they look. [crunching] [in unison] Mmmm! Thanks for helping, Blythe. >>You're welcome. I'm Liv Hansen for and Betty Crocker Kitchens. [howdini -] [chimes jingling] []

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Duration: 4 minutes and 45 seconds
Country: United States
Language: English
Producer: Howdini, LLC
Views: 203
Posted by: howdini on Jan 29, 2009

Looking for a great activity to do with the kids? These teddy bear cookies are fun to make and even more fun to eat. Watch baker Liv Hansen for Betty Crocker as she and her young friend Blythe make teddy bear cookies using their imaginations as the main ingredient.

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