Tiger Stripe Cookies

Tiger Stripe Cookies

Bengal tigers, like Princess Jasmine's pet Raja, rely on their stripes to provide camouflage as they move through the tall grass and weeds. Of course, living in a palace, a tiger isn't likely to go unnoticed. Neither will a batch of these chocolate-striped cookies.


    Package of small Tootsie Rolls
    Microwavable bowl
    Waxed paper
    Rolling pin
    Kitchen scissors
    Sugar cookie dough (homemade or store-bought)


  1. Working with one Tootsie Roll at a time, microwave the candy for up to 6 seconds to soften it slightly. Then sandwich it between two pieces of waxed paper and use the rolling pin to flatten the candy into a rectangle about 1/8-inch thick.
  2. Use kitchen scissors to snip each rolled candy into a dozen or so tiger stripes, and set them on a waxed paper-covered plate. Don't worry about making the stripes uniform; instead vary the shapes so that some are rectangular and others are triangular.
  3. When you've finished cutting out stripes (you'll need 5 or 6 per cookie), keep them in the refrigerator while you bake the cookies.
  4. Bake the cookies and transfer them to a cooling rack. While the cookies are still warm, randomly arrange the candy stripes on top of them. The candy will stick in place as the cookies continue to cool.

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