Yes, it is possible to decorate your vanilla crescents with icing. Especially for children, the crescent can not be sweet enough, so this is always a good solution. To do this, mix powdered sugar and water in a ratio of 4:1 and dip the crescents briefly in the icing. Then let them dry on a draining rack.
Chocolate lovers also get their money's worth here. Be it light or dark chocolate, here everything is allowed what tastes. Dip the vanilla crescents either whole or just the corners in the previously melted chocolate sauce and let cool. If desired, you also have the option to add some rum to the sauce for an extra kick.
Especially for the little ones, a colorful decoration is the highlight of it all. Painting, sprinkling or labeling the small pastries. If you want to add some color to your croissants, mix powdered sugar, egg whites and food coloring together until the desired consistency is reached and decorate your delicious cookies.
For extra fun, cookie cutters are always convincing. Even if vanilla crescents are classically moon-shaped, cookie cutters offer plenty of room for imagination and creativity. Convince yourself!