Thank you FHE Insiders for giving me the inspiration to make these adorable acorn cookies. I received Ice Age 5 space exploration kit complimentary in exchange for this post.
Over the weekend, my family stayed in, made acorn cookies to celebrate the recent DVD/Blu-Ray release of Ice Age 5: Collision Course. Have you seen it yet? Admittedly we did not get to watch this on the big screen, but we enjoyed it at home laughing along with the familiar faces of Scrat, Sid, Buck, Manny, Ellie and Diego.
We took the Ice Age fun one step further and explored space on our own. We looked at the huge moon with the Smithsonian telescope and explored different planets on the Smithsonian Planetarium Projector.
One of our favorite things to do for this Ice Age celebration was making (and eating) acorn cookies.
How to make Acorn Cookies for your Ice Age Party
You can’t have a great party without delicious treats! We made these adorable acorn cookies that we know Scrat would have gone nuts over. They are super easy to make and within minutes you will have a bunch of acorn cookies to share with your friends and family.
The hardest thing about making acorn cookies is after you make them it will be hard to stop eating them. That’s okay because you can save the leftovers or put them in a bag to give to your neighbors, co-workers and friends! Couple it with the new Ice Age Collision Course Blu-Ray/DVD for the perfect gift!
Ice Age Collision Course now available
Ice Age 5: Collision Course on Digital HD, Blu-ray and DVD in store or online!
Your favorite ICE AGE heroes are back and cooler than ever in this all-new adventure. Scrat’s epic pursuit of the elusive acorn accidentally triggers cosmic events that threat the ICE AGE world. Now Buck, Manny, Ellie, Side, Diego and the rest of the her must work together on a hilarious journey filled with non-stop action and colorful new characters in order to survive the global Scrat-tastrophe!
What do you think of the acorn cookies? Trust me, they are as good as they look! Ice Age 5 doesn’t disappoint either given the fact my daughter never got bored.