Judy Hopps Donut Sugar Cookies

So if you haven’t seen Disney’s Zootopia you are missing out on a great movie. Not the best Disney movie but a great one with a heart warming meaning behind it, and saying that I noticed the huge donut that almost crushed the little mouse, but Judy Hopps saves the day and grabs the donut before it crushes her! Awesome right?

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So I thought how cool would it be to make the donuts, but instead of donuts, change it to sugar cookies! Now unfortunately I don’t have brown food coloring so I made it blue like the color of uniform! Down below is the recipe for the Cookie then for the Royal Icing.

Cookie Recipe


  • 1 cup softened butter
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 tsp almond extract
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 3 cups flour


        • Medium Circle cookie cutter
        • small circle Cookie cutter



              1. Heat oven to 350 degrees
              2. Cream the butter and sugar
              3. Add in extract and eggs
              4. In a separate bowl, combine flour and baking powder
              5. Slowly add flour mixture to wet ingredients, until mixed
              6. Place dough out on rolling surface
              7. LIGHTLY sprinkle with flour, IF necessary, to reduce sticking (too much flour can make the dough crumbly)
              8. Knead dough, and roll out to a 1/4 thickness
              9. Cut cookies in to a circle then using a smaller circle cut out centers of the larger circle
              10. Bake for 6-8 minutes
              11. Let sit for 30 minutes or until cool.
              12. While cooling make Royal Icing ( Directions below )
              13. After cookies have cooled using a piping bag. Pipe Icing between the large circle and the smaller inner circle.
              14. Use toothpick to smooth out icing.
              15. Sprinkle on sprinkles.


      Royal Icing


              • 1 1/2 cup confectioner’s sugar
              • 1 Tbls Milk ( almond, rice, soy, cow )
              • 2 tsps light corn syrup
              • 1/2 tsp vanilla or almond extract
              • add water if needed for thinning
              • 1-2 drops of Brown or Blue Food coloring
              • Spinkles



              • Add confectioner’s sugar and Milk to bowl
              • Using Mixer  mix untill mostly lump free.
              • Add corn syrup and Extract
              • Continue to mix untill smooth for about 45 seconds – 1 Mintues
              • * if its too think add water by the tsp ( a little goes along way ) if it’s to thin add more confectioners sugar.

      Note: Royal Icing should somewhat hold its shape for a count of 10 This will make a perfect consistency for cookies.

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      For my first time making these cookies I loved it! I’m now thinking of making Beauty and The Beast Inspired cookies for my upcoming wedding in April of 2018! Did you try to make them? How did it work out? Leave a comment down below and let me know!

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  1. Hey, Jessica! Thanks for sharing your fun and creative idea…and cooking! I’m impressed because my mind doesn’t work this way at all. I would never think of it in the first place, and if I did, I would then think: “nah, that would be too much work!” So kuddos for you for imagining the recipe, then creating the cookies, then sharing them with others! 🙂 Happy baking!

    1. Hey Anna! Thanks for reading! The cookies were actually very simple to make and decorate ! Thanks for taking the time to comment! Have a great day!

      1. Sure thing! And not surprising to hear…fancy cooking just scares me away before I stop to think about whether it just LOOKS fancy, or is actually complicated and involved. 😉 Ah, me…

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