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Catify Christmas with DIY Spiced Krismas Kat Koekies

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It is that time of year again, Christmas decorations are being put up all around and we are reminded of musicians like Boney M who seem to be in hibernation for the other eleven months of the year. As we start climatizing towards Christmas, we too will add some festive ornaments to our surroundings, plan come-inducing feasts and have themed movie nights.

No Christmas will be complete without delicious homemade cookies! My favourite is spiced sugar cookies with royal icing like my grandma used to make. Something about the ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg spice combination reminds me of holidays spent baking when visiting my late-grandmother.

DIY Spiced Krismas Kat Kookies

These spiced Krismas Kat Kookies are super easy to make, they taste absolutely delicious and are the purr-fect festive treat to gift your cat-loving friends.

Stoner Kats

Turn these Kat Kookies into Meowijuana munchies by replacing the butter with Cannabis-infused coconut oil. Remember the golden rule of edibles, start low and proceed slow! One of these should make you feel like a Christmas marshmallow.

Edible Kat Kookie Ornaments

Edible Kat Kookie Krismas Ornaments

Catify your Christmas tree by adorning it with beautifully decorated Krismas Kat Kookies. Before baking, use a straw to punch a hole in one of the Kat’s ears and simply tie a ribbon or festive string through the hole. Edible Krismas Kat ornaments anyone?

Catify Christmas with these DIY Spiced Krismas Kat Kookies

Recipe by Stoned CitizenCourse: AnytimeCuisine: Kat KultDifficulty: Easy


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These spiced Krismas Kat Kookies are super easy to make, they taste absolutely delicious and are the purr-fect festive treat to gift your cat-loving friends.

Krismas Kat Kookies

  • 110g Brown Sugar

  • 2.5ml Baking Powder

  • 5ml Salt

  • 170g Flour

  • 3g Cinnamon

  • 1.5g Ground Ginger

  • 1g Nutmeg

  • 90g Butter – Cubed

  • 1 Egg

  • 135g Icing Sugar

  • 60ml Hot Water

  • 2.5ml Food Colouring (Optional)


  • Start by combining all of the dry ingredients for the Krismas Kat Kookies in a mixing bowl.
  • Using your fingertips, work the cold butter into the dry ingredients until well combined and it resembles a crumb-like texture.
  • Add the egg and knead the dough into a ball. Cover the dough and allow it to rest in the refrigerator for at least an hour.
  • Preheat the oven to 160 C.
  • On a lightly floured surface Roll the Krismas Kookie dough out evenly until it is 5mm in thickness. Use a Kat Kult Kookie Kutter to cut cat shapes from the dough.
  • Transfer Krismas Kat Kookies to a greased baking tray. Punch out a hole now to turn these into edible ornaments. Bake for 15 – 20 minutes, until the Kookies are golden brown around the edges.
  • Allow the freshly baked treats to cool before decorating your Krismas Kat Kookies. Mix hot water and food colouring into the icing sugar until it resembles a smooth consistency. Transfer the royal icing to a piping bag and get creative!


  • In the absence of a piping bag, a plastic ziplock-style bag works just as well. Seal the icing inside, cut a small bit off the corner and get piping!

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