Make these adorable Hamburger Cookies for a tasty treat that’s fun to look at and good to eat! These wonderful cookies combine vanilla, chocolate, and coconut flavors for a confection that’s almost too cute to eat!
Ingredients you will need:
- 20 thin chocolate cookies (Girl Scout Thin Mints or Keebler Grasshopper)
- Green food coloring
- 40 vanilla wafers
- Sesame seeds
- Red decorating icing
- Yellow decorating icing
Assemble your ingredients.
Place some coconut in a plastic bag and add two drops green liquid food coloring.
Mix the coconut and the food coloring in the bag with your fingers until coconut is convincingly green.
Place a vanilla wafer flat side up. Apply yellow decorating icing across vanilla wafer, taking care to get some at the edge so that it will clearly show later.
Apply red frosting across cookie, taking the same care you did with the yellow.
Add coconut to cookie, ensuring that some hangs slightly over the edge.
Place one thin chocolate cookie on top of frosting, forming a fake hamburger patty.
Add red frosting to the top of the chocolate cookie.
Place another vanilla wafer on top of the chocolate cookie. Set aside and repeat until desired number of Hamburger Cookies are ready.
Gently spread water across top of completed cookies. Do not apply too much water, as that can make cookies soggy.
Place sesame seeds on top cookie where water was spread. A light tap should get them to stick.
Serve and enjoy!
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Who Invented Hamburgers?
Good question! As is the case with so many of our favorite foods, there is debate as to exactly where it came from. Some say it was Fletcher Davis of Athens, Texas, in the 1880’s. Others think the prize goes to Louis Lassen, who ran a lunch wagon in New Haven, Connecticut. Whoever it was, we’re glad they did!