Ann Reardon

Hello Kitty Slice and Bake Cookies

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I love all things cute! For these cookies Hello Kitty is all the way through the cookie dough so you can simply slice and bake. It took a while to figure out how I was going to achieve that, but now all the hard work’s done, you can just follow the instructions in the video and have fun.


To make hello kitty cookies you will need:

340g (11.99 ounces) unsalted butter
310g (10.93 ounces) icing sugar
2 tsp vanilla
pinch salt
6 egg yolks
600g (21.16 ounces) flour
20g (0.71 ounces) cornflour
Gel food coloring (pink, black, yellow)
Sprinkles (I used 100’s and 1000’s)

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Whisk the butter until it is pale. Add in the icing sugar and stir until they are well combined. Mix in the egg yolks, vanilla and salt.
Then add in the flour.

Split the cookie dough into five bowls and colour as below
yellow = 3 tablespoons of cookie dough
black = 5 tablespoons cookies dough
dark pink = 1/2 cup cookie dough
pink = 1 cup cookie dough
remaining dough leave plain

Place the mixture into a plastic bag with the corner cut off and squeeze it into a fondant extruder. Use it to make a long snake of yellow cookie and two snakes of black. Place that in the freezer.
Pipe a thicker snake of deep pink for the middle of the bow.
Watch the video for the rest of the assembly instructions.

Slice and bake them in the oven at 180C (356 degrees Fahrenheit) keeping an eye on them because we don’t want them to go too brown.

Once they are done take them out of the oven and leave them to cool.

Then using some melted chocolate or black icing, pipe on the whiskers onto each cookie.

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28 Comments View Comments

  1. I love the look of these cookies and want to try them. I watched the video several times and read the webpage, but I didn’t see the measurements for the size of the circle cutter for kitty’s face. I saw the pattern in the video but how/where do I get that? Thanks!

    • Hi Mary, Ann used a scone cutter but you could use a small glass or a biscuit cutter if you prefer.

  2. Rating: 5

    Amasing and so inspirational video. Thank you Ann 😀

    • Thanks Claudia!

  3. Rating: 4.5

    My daughter likes how u cook and how u do it befor u do your Vidos

    • Thanks Aubrey for the feedback.

  4. Hello,
    I dont have a fondant extruder, what decorating tip could I use for this?

    • Hi Laura, you could roll a long thin length of fondant by hand or use a plain round tip .

  5. Hey Ann if i want to make my own version of these, how do i do that? Like how do I create the picture that goes inside?

    • Hi Sophie, It all depends on what kind of picture you want to make.

      • Another question, how big are the cookies like diameter? Thanks so much 🙂

  6. Rating: 4

    Hi Ann

    I really enjoyed the hello kitty biscuits tutorial can you please include me in a video?

  7. Hi Joyce, the Oven temperature is 180c.

  8. Rating: 5

    Fell out of bed feeling down. This has brthigened my day!

    • That is great to hear Char!

  9. hi ann
    please make a video on things to make with oreos

  10. Rating: 5

    Hi Ann,
    I think you are really pretty thank you so much for sharing your recipe I really appreciate it!
    The Hello Kitty cookie is so beautiful and delicious and you are always so creative and everything you make is so brilliant!
    I’m really sorry to bother you buy contacting you two time because I didn’t notice the contact form is for media, business and speaking enquiries only. I have a question to ask you yesterday I was testing the Maverick CT-03 Digital Oil & Candy Thermometer by putting it in boiling water then I turn the stove off and put the Maverick CT-03 Digital Oil & Candy Thermometer in hot water then I took the Maverick CT-03 Digital Oil & Candy Thermometer off the pot of water and I notice the lens was blurry and when I press the button the sound seem different it doesn’t make a beep sound but it make a different sounds. I was wondering is it broken can you still use it and is it still accurate to use and have you ever experience the blurry lens and the different sounds beside the beeping sound?

    Thank you so much

    • Hi Cake Lover, It is probably best to speak with the supplier or manufacturer of the Thermometer. What you describe doesn’t sound usual to me.

  11. can you do a poptropica cake

  12. Rating: 4.5

    Hello Ann,
    Could you do a smurf cake or somthing, please? my little boy would love it!
    Thanks for all the pretty videos!

  13. Hi, you are amazing!! Just thought of bringing these (pic attached) to your attention.. thanks for your hard work..

  14. I love you so much ann

  15. I love you and your cakes are awesome

  16. Ann u always gives us delicious food. Thank u so much.May God bless & protect your family.

  17. I love the little dance the cookies do while one of them gets nibbled away! Such a cute ending for a sweet video. I can hardly wait until next Friday to see the next one. But don’t I feel this every Friday?!

    • Thanks Polly. Glad you are enjoying all the tutorials!

  18. Hello I enjoy your video plus their are very unique please make a video about tips for the perfect icing or maybe tips for the perfect cake

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