Monday, July 16, 2012

Cheeseburger Cookies

Intriguing right? And cute as well. 'Bun' cookies with 'tomato and cheese' icing, they are as yummy to eat as they are to look at. I have made them as an assembly cookie than a baking cookie. Even though you can make all the components at home, even if you just buy readymade cookies and decorate them it will be as much fun to eat! You can also involve your child to put the layers - it will be a creative DIY project for him/her as well. 

To color the icing, I have used liquid food color, you can use powdered food color as well, keeping in mind that when you color the coconut be sure to add a few drops of water. Gel food colors will be required in lesser quantities than stated.  


24 vanilla wafer cookies or any dome shaped cookie
12 chocolate cookies or any dark colored cookie
1/2 bowl shreded coconut
1 bowl plain icing (recipe below)
Few drops red food coloring
Few drops green food coloring
Few drops yellow food coloring
Pat of butter

Set aside 1 tablespoon of coconut. Take the remaining coconut in a ziploc bag and add green food coloring to it. Shake well to coat all the shavings. This makes your lettuce. Take half the bowl of icing. Add red food color and mix well to make tomatoes. Add yellow color to the remaining icing and mix to make cheese.

Place a vanilla wafer top down and apply some red icing, about 2 mm thick. Next sprinkle some green coconut shavings along the edge of the tomatoes. Next place a chocolate cookie on it. This is the patty. Apply 2 mm layer of yellow icing on this and top with another vanilla cookie. 

Brush a little butter on top in the middle and sprinkle some of the coconut on it. Press a little to make sure it sticks to the cookie. These are your sesame seeds on the bun. And your cheeseburger cookie is ready!

Serve on a platter with a side of apple fries!

Plain icing / frosting


1/4 cup butter at room temperature
3 tablespoons milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 1/2 cups icing sugar or confectioners sugar

Whisk the butter to aerate. Add the sugar and continue to beat while adding vanilla and milk. Whisk till it becomes a thick and spreadable icing. The amount of milk required may increase or decrease depending upon the weather outside, dry conditions may require more milk.
I am sending these to Srivalli's Cookie Mela


Priya said...

Omg, damn cute and elegant cookies.

Vijayalakshmi Dharmaraj said...

looks colorful and yummy...

Angie's Recipes said...

These burger cookies look so adorable!

Uma said...

quite an innovative idea for cookies.. looks colorful and inviting.

Mythreyi said...

They look exact like burger... Cute Cookies..

First time here, Glad to join your space... love the tile of this space :-)

Yum! Yum! Yum!

mustardseed said...

This is such a cute recipe! Looks pretty and such fun for kids and adults!

Payal Singhal said...

Look idea!

Sasmita said...

Colorful and cool, it will make kids happy. Good one for kids' party I think!

Turmeric n Spice said...


Apani Rasoi said...

Very Nice Blog.
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Darjeeling said...

Those are SO CUTE! Such a great great for kids.

maaaya said...

this is so so so cute...
great idea

Love II cook said... cute

Love II cook said...

adorable. so cute


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