Disney Junior: Vampirina Cookies. Throwing a Vampirina Party or just want to celebrate your little Ghoul with some cute Vampirina cookies? This easy DIY Vampirina cookies tutorial is for you. I’m sharing this tutorial to celebrate the release of Vampirina: Ghoul Girls Rock! on DVD. Be sure to check out our other DVD reviews. Also check out our other Dessert Tutorials.
If you haven’t seen Vampirina, the new Vampire girl next door show on Disney Junior…you are definitely missing out. This show is super cute and full of lessons to learn, good friendship and funny situations. Vampirina moves from Transylvania to Pennsylvania and only her closest friends know she is really a vampire….so much fun. My daughters love Vampirina and were so excited to get this DVD. Of course…it was so good…it did not disappoint.
Follow Vampirina and her two best friends, Poppy and Bridget, as they take the stage and start their very own band: the Ghoul Girls! Cheer them on as they travel to Transylvania for their first-ever talent competition and go on many more awesome adventures! Amped with six music-filled episodes, plus seven bonus animated shorts, Vampirina: Ghoul Girls Rock! soars to fang-tastic new heights as Vee and her friends learn how to find their inner ghoul and rock out! Vampirina: Ghoul Girls Rock! arrives homes on Disney DVD November 6th.
Here is a quick and easy tutorial for making the Vampirina cookies:
Vampirina Cookies tutorial
Sugar Cookie Mix or Recipe
Prepare Sugar Cookie dough according to recipe or sugar cookie mix instructions. Roll dough until it is 1/4 inch thick. Using the circle cookie cutters, cut out the cookies. Place the cookies on a lined cookie sheet and bake according to the recipe. Remove from oven and allow to cool before decorating.
Roll out the purple fondant to about 1/4 inch thick. Cut using the circle cookie cutters. Allow to sit for 5-10 minutes to stiffen slightly. Place on top of the cookies. I used a little bit of frosting to help the fondant stick, but if the underneath side of the fondant is still soft, it will stick with a few drops of water.
Roll out the purple fondant to about 1/4 inch thick. Cut using the circle cookie cutters. Once you have the circle cut, cut a v-shape bottom to make the top of Vampirina’s head. Cut out two pigtails that look like bat ears. Using a drop of water, attach the pigtails to the head. Attach to the purple circle.
Place candy eyes on the face. Draw on a smile with the edible marker. Cut the bottoms off the ghost sprinkles and attach them as teeth. You can use a drop of water to attach the pieces. Allow to set out so that the fondant stiffens prior to serving.
Here are some helpful links for throwing a Vampirina Party:
Grab your copy of Vampirina: Ghoul Girls Rock! Nov. 6th!
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