In order of Sailor Moon’s birthday, these Paleo and Vegan Sailor Moon Sugar Cookies with Naturally Dyed Icing were called into action! They need ZERO chill time and are so easy to make! Although these sugar cookies taste like they’re full of refined sugar they’re totally refined sugar-free, Paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, grain-free, clean-eating, and so SO good!
Today is Sailor Moon’s birthday, which compelled me to make my original Paleo and Vegan Cut-Out Sugar Cookies with Naturally Dyed Icing Sailor Moon style (cookies are, obviously, one of her faves and sweet in general 😜). 🎂🎁🎈🌙✨💖🎉 It’s the same recipe, with a different appearance. So, you can see how versatile these cookies are! 😋🍪
I don’t talk about it enough, but I’m totally a Sailor Moon fan. 😍 Who’s with me? 🙋♀️ Ever since I was a little girl, Sailor Moon always spoke to me. I mean, the Sailor Scouts are the ultimate female warriors and they’re so cool all at the same time.💪 😎👊
My favorites are Rei AKA Sailor Mars (gotta love the red and fire ❤️🔥) and, clearly, Serena AKA Sailor Moon. 💁♀️
I planned on doing some sort of Sailor Moon post last year, but didn’t have the time or any of these amazing staging props. 😔
Once I figured out I was going to make these Paleo and Vegan Sailor Moon Sugar Cookies with Naturally Dyed Icing, my brother was so supportive of my Sailor Moon post that he bought me all of this for my birthday this year! 😱😍 I was so blown away.
Believe it or not, I have even more Sailor Moon galore than this. 😆 Two coffee cups, another pen, a dream book, a lanyard, and mini versions of all the girls—Mini Moon, Mars, Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, and Saturn.
The idea for this post was all Michael. No surprise there, as he’s always pushing me to do new and creative ideas. 😊 He’s such a Triple S supporter. Could it be because he gets to eat a majority of all these goodies? 🤔 Hmmm…
Aside from that fact 😂, I think it’s because he’s all about my happiness and he knows Sailor Moon wraps a blanket of euphoria around me. I hadn’t seen Sailor Moon since I was really young. Then, I happened to see that it was on Hulu two years ago and Michael and I watched it for fun.
The transformations Sailor Moon and the scouts do get me every time, plastering this un-smearable smile on my face. 😆
It might sound crazy, but it was one of the only things that brought me happiness when I was going through down times. I think it was this magical nostalgia from my childhood. 🙌✨ I feel bad for kids that don’t get to grow up with Sailor Moon, but it’s never too late to be a fan. Sailor Moon is for all ages! ❤️ The real Japanese version was actually intended for young adults, but the English version changed the dialogue to make it kid friendly. Little 411 for you. 😉
Nonetheless, I was so excited to do this recipe that last year I had already begun planning for it. 😁 I searched high and low for the perfect crescent moon cookie cutter. Of the ones I saw, none were the right size or shape I was looking for. 😞 I ended up making a visit to Sur La Table—a store I never go to, because I could drop some serious dough (and I’m not talking about the edible kind 🤑) on some le creuset and all the other amazing gadgets. 🤩
Nevertheless, I spent some minutes searching through the myriad of various cookie cutters all to find the perfect crescent moon shape! It was priced ridiculously cheap too, like $1.50. I think there was one on Amazon for around $10 that I was desperately going to buy, but I’m glad that I didn’t. 😳
I got myself all worked up about finding this crescent moon cookie cutter for these Paleo and Vegan Sailor Moon Sugar Cookies with Naturally Dyed Icing only to wait a year before making them. 😂
This is a typical Sabrina move. 🙈
Needless to say, I was so elated to make these Paleo and Vegan Sailor Moon Sugar Cookies with Naturally Dyed Icing! 🤗 It actually took the most time out of any shoot that I’ve done because of all the props. 😅 I unboxed all the action figures for the first time and had to accessorize them. They were so difficult. 😣 Sailor Moon’s arms kept poppin’ off, along with her legs and pigtails—even Darien’s (Tuxedo Mask’s) head. 🤣 I was, like, okay, I’m done with this shoot! 🤬
Luckily, they look great in the pictures. 😅
Also, I had to pull out the red roses for Tuxedo Mask. 😌🌹 If you don’t know, that’s kind of his thing—something we both have in common I guess. 😏
Now, can we admire these Paleo and Vegan Sailor Moon Sugar Cookies with Naturally Dyed Icing for a sec?
These cookies have just the right amount of softness to crunch, sweetness, and flavor! 🤤 You won’t believe how easy it is to make these cookies. Here’s some more great qualities about them:
- Refined sugar-free
- ZERO artificial dyes and flavors
- ZERO chill time needed
- So delicious!
They really don’t even need the icing to be super yummy, but it sure is fun to decorate them! 😊 I use Color Kitchen for the dye—it’s all natural and so amazing! I highly recommend this product! 👍
These Paleo and Vegan Sailor Moon Sugar Cookies with Naturally Dyed Icing will make your dreams come true! They have the power of love and deliciousness, still keeping it healthy for your mind and body. 😘
I hope you love these Paleo and Vegan Sailor Moon Sugar Cookies with Naturally Dyed Icing! If you make them, don’t forget to take a picture 📸 and share it with me on social media, tagging @sabrinassinlesssecrets and hashtagging #sabrinassinlesssecrets (#becausesinlessisdelicious, #TripleS, #sinlesssunday). See you tomorrow for Sinless Sunday! 😘
Also, I want to say thanks to my brother for this awesome idea and all the Sailor Moon gifts! 😊 It really puts these cookies over the top! And thank you for being so supportive and always bringing me happiness even in the darkest of times. 😇 I don’t know what I’d do without you. 💙
My favorite scene for the Sailor Moon R movie!