Introduction: Mammott and Entbrat Sugar Cookies
Spread holiday cheer this season by making sugar cookies inspired by Mammott and Entbrat from My Singing Monsters! These tasty treats are easy to make and perfect for sharing with friends and family. Let’s get baking!
Step 1: Materials
To bake and decorate your Entbrat and Mammott sugar cookies, you will need the following materials:
- Sugar cookie dough (store-bought or homemade)
- Icing in assorted colors
- Entbrat: Green, yellow, pink
- Mammott: Black, white, yellow pink
Step 2: Bake Your Cookies
Ask an adult to help you preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Next, sprinkle a flat work surface with flour and roll your sugar cookie dough out to roughly ¼ inch thick. Use your cookie cutter to cut out your Monster shapes from your dough.
Finally, arrange your cookies onto a baking tray 1 inch apart, and have an adult place them in the oven for 8-10 minutes.
Step 3: Decorate Your Cookies
Now for the fun part: decorating! Separate your Mammott cookies from your Entbrat cookies — if any of your cookies expanded in the oven, we recommend making those into Entbrats.
Put a dab of white or pink icing on the back of two candy eyes, then place them onto your Mammott cookie. Next, draw on Mammott’s mouth in any crazy expression you’d like — just don’t forget Mammott’s great big teeth! Give Mammott fingers, toes, and nails, and then outline the rest of its body in black or white. You can also color the entire cookie in with white icing to look like Mammott’s luxurious fur!
Put a dab of white or green icing on the back of two candy eyes, then place them on your Entbrat cookie. Next, break a mini-pretzel in half so that it resembles Entbrat’s horns. Stick each pretzel half onto Entbrat’s head using icing. Add Entbrat’s goofy grin, fingers, toes, and nails. Finally, use your green icing to add luscious leaves around Entbrat’s neck. Lookin’ good!
Step 4: Share and Enjoy!
Great job! Now you have plenty of festive Mammott and Entbrat sugar cookies to celebrate this Festival of Yay. Don’t forget to share photos of your Monsterpieces with the Monster-Handlers on Facebook and Twitter — Happy Monstering!