Baby Girl Cookies

Baby Girl Cookies

Baby Girl Cookies

Supplies used:
baby face cookie cutters
bottle cookie cutters
flower cookie cutters
bird cookie cutters
electric pink food color
electric orange food color
electric yellow food color
orange food color
blue food color
flesh food color
brown food color
tip #1

Icing required: Prepare run sugar icing in the following colors: light pink, dark pink, light green, dark green, light yellow, yellow,
flesh, orange, white, and brown. Prepare royal icing in light pink, dark pink, light green, dark green, yellow, and dark brown.

Baby Face Cookies: Outline and fill the baby face cookies with flesh-color run sugar, leaving the space for the hair and hair band
uniced. Allow the flesh color to set completely. Pipe the head band with pink or green run sugar. Allow the
band to set completely. Pipe the hair, the ears, and a flower on the band. Then pipe two dots using brown run sugar for the eyes,
an oval for the nose using flesh run sugar, and the smile using dark brown royal icing.

Bottle Cookies: Outline and fill the cylinder of the bottle with white run sugar. Allow to set completely. Pipe lines with yellow
royal icing. Outline and fill the ring of the nipple with pink or green run sugar. Allow to set completely. Add lines with pink
royal icing. Outline and fill the bottle nipple with flesh run sugar.

Bird Cookies: Outline and fill the bird head and body with light pink, light green, or light yellow run sugar. Allow to
set completely. Outline and fill the bird’s wings using the darker shade of the icing used for the bird. Pipe contrasting colors
of dots on the wing using run sugar. Add a beak and the feet with orange run sugar. Pipe a dot of brown run sugar for the eye.

Flower Cookies: Outline and fill the petals of the flowers in pink, yellow,or green run sugar icing. Allow to set completely. Using
tip #1, create a plaid design by piping fine lines of contrasting colors of royal icing. Outline and fill the
center of the flower with pink, yellow, or green run sugar. Pipe contrasting colors of dots using run sugar.

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The Complete Photo Guide to Cookie Decorating is here!

I am so excited to release my second book in the Complete Photo guide series! This book is on cookie decorating. I am thrilled with how the book turned out. The book includes lots of step by step instructional photos on all the techniques shown on this blog.

cookie book

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Round Eyelet Cookies

LSAC-S3C30-031Supplies used:
ornament cookie cutter
ball tool
cone modeling tool
red rolled fondant
white rolled fondant
tip #1
grain alcohol
moonstone silver dusting powder
Icing required: Prepare white royal icing.

Instructions:
Roll white and a red or green rolled fondant. Place the layers on top of one another, placing the white on the top. Cut with the ornament cutter. Cut off the cap of the ornament. Attach the cut, layered rolled fondant to the cookie using piping gel. Embossing, pressing through the first layer using a ball tool and cone modeling tool. Outline the embossed areas using royal icing and tip #1. Add dots using royal icing and tip #1. Roll white rolled fondant the same thickness as the layered piece on the cookie. Cut the cap. Using a paring knife, cut grooves into the cap. Attach to the cookie using piping gel. Mix the moonstone dust with the grain alcohol to create a paint. Paint the cap of the ornament with silver paint.

This project was taken from my book “The Complete Photo Guide to Cookie Decorating”.

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Christmas Cupcake Cookies

LSAC-S3C30-030Supplies used:
white buttercream icing
red sixlets
tip #1A
holly edible frosting sheet
red jimmies
green jimmies
red non-pariels
green non-pariels

Instructions:
Using the cupcake cookie cutter for the pattern for the baking liner, cut the frosting sheet . Smoothly ice the bottom half of the cookie with buttercream icing. Place the edible image on the iced buttercream. Fill a pastry bag fitted with tip #1A with white buttercream icing. Pipe the top half of the cupcake cookies with buttercream. Immediately sprinkle with jimmies and non-pareils. Add a red sixlet to resemble the cherry.

This project was taken from my book “The Complete Photo Guide to Cookie Decorating”.

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Christmas Candy

LSAC-S3C30-029Supplies used:
candy cane cookie cutter
round cookie cutter
small round cutter (center of candy)
pilgrim hat cookie cutter
candy cookie cutter
red rolled fondant
green rolled fondant
white rolled fondant
white sanding sugar
clay extruder

Special baking instructions: The round cutter was baked with a sucker stick to create a lollipop cookie. The brim of the pilgrim hat was cut off to create a gum drop cookie.

Instructions:
Gumdrop cookies: Roll desired color of rolled fondant. Cut the rolled fondant with the pilgrim hat cutter. Cut off the brim. Place the rolled fondant piece on the cookie, attaching with piping gel. Brush piping gel onto the rolled fondant. Sprinkle white sanding sugar onto the piping gel.
Candy Cane: Roll at least two colors of rolled fondant. Cut a candy cane out of each using the cutter used in baking. Cut each of the candy cane into several sections. Remove every other section and replace with a section from another cut candy cane in a contrasting color.
Candy: Roll white rolled fondant. Cut the white fondant using the candy cutter. Cut the sides of the candy off and place on a cookie, attaching with piping gel. Add texture lines while the white fondant is still soft using the blunt end of a paring knife. Roll at least two colors of rolled fondant. Cut a circle out of each color of rolled fondant, using the a round cutter. Cut each of the circles into several triangle sections. Pinch the triangles and curve them to resemble a twisted piece of candy. Remove every other section and replace with a twisted section from another cut candy cane in a contrasting color.
Lollipop: Feed a clay extruder with rolled fondant ropes of red and white or rolled fondant ropes of red, white, and green. Attach round disk to extruder. Extrude the rolled fondant. Roll the extruded fondant rope to create a twist design. Coil the rope and attach to the lollipop cookie with piping gel.

This project was taken from my book “The Complete Photo Guide to Cookie Decorating”.

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Chocolate Coated Christmas Trees and Presents

LSAC-S3C30-028Supplies used:
green candy coating
white candy coating
pink candy coating
red candy coating
green sanding sugar
red sanding sugar
pink sanding sugar
butterscotch candy coating
green dot chocolate transfer sheet
red dot chocolate transfer sheet
pink dot chocolate transfer sheet

Instructions:
Christmas Trees: Coat the Christmas tree with green candy coating using a squeeze bottle. Allow to set completely. Add the trunk using butterscotch candy coating. Allow to set. Pipe the outline and inside of the tree with green candy coating. Immediately sprinkle with green sanding sugar. Pipe dots for ornaments in using red and pink candy coating.
Presents: Coat the present with white candy coating using a squeeze bottle. Immediately place transfer sheet on the wet candy coating. Allow to set for several minutes. Peel back chocolate transfer sheet. Pipe ribbon using red, pink, or green candy coating. Immediately sprinkle with the same color of sanding sugar.

This project was taken from my book “The Complete Photo Guide to Cookie Decorating”.

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Christmas Face Cookies

LSAC-S3C30-027Supplies used:
snowman face cookie cutter
Santa face cookie cutter
reindeer face cookie cutter
white rolled fondant
black rolled fondant
orange rolled fondant
green rolled fondant
red rolled fondant
brown rolled fondant
dark brown rolled fondant
ivory rolled fondant
yellow rolled fondant
purple rolled fondant
blue rolled fondant
black sugar pearls
snowflake patchwork cutter
clay extruder
holly plunger cutter
comma cutter

Instructions:
Reindeer: Cut brown rolled fondant with the same cutter used in baking. Remove the antlers and inside of ears. Attach to the cookie with piping gel. Create indentations for the eyes using a ball tool. Cut a “V” shape for eyelashes in the eye indentations. Attach black sugar pearls for the eyes using piping gel. With a mini pizza cutter, cut a small triangle using dark brown rolled fondant. Cut white rolled fondant with the same cutter used in baking. Remove the antlers. Attach the antlers to the cookie using piping gel. Cut ivory rolled fondant with the same cutter used in baking. Remove the inside of the ears. Attach the inside of the ears to the cookie using piping gel. Using green rolled fondant and the clay extruder fitted with a small round opening, extruder a long piece for the light strand. Attach to the cookie using small dots of piping gel. Hand roll small cones for the light bulbs in various colors of rolled fondant. Attach to the cookie with piping gel.
Snowman: Cut white rolled fondant with the same cutter used in baking. Remove the hat. Attach to the cookie with piping gel. Create indentations for the eyes and mouth using a ball tool. Cut a “V” shape for eyelashes in the eye indentations. Attach black sugar pearls for the eyes and mouth using piping gel. Cut black rolled fondant with the same cutter used in baking. Cut out the band. Attach the brim of the hat to the cookie using piping gel. Cut red or green rolled fondant with the same cutter used in baking. Cut a band using a mini pizza cutter. Attach the band to the cookie using piping gel. Attach the top part of the hat using piping gel. Cut snowflakes with white rolled fondant using snowflake patchwork cutters. Attach with piping gel. Form a long cone with orange rolled fondant. Create indentations using a paring knife. Attach with piping gel.
Santa: Cut red rolled fondant with the same cutter used in baking. Cut the piece so only the hat is left. Cut off the ball of the hat. Cut the bottom of the hat with rounded areas using a paring knife. Attach to the cookie with piping gel. Cut white rolled fondant with the same cutter used in baking. Cut the bottom of the hat to match the rounded areas of the red cut piece using a paring knife. Cut the bottom of the hat to be rounded. Cut off the ball of the hat. Attach the ball and fur cuff of the hat to the cookie with piping gel. Cut ivory rolled fondant with the same cutter used in baking. Using a paring knife, cut just the face area, rounding parts to match the rounded area of the bottom of the hat. Attach to the cookie with piping gel. Create indentations for the eyes and mouth using a ball tool. Cut a “V” shape for eyelashes in the eye indentations. Attach black sugar pearls for the eyes and mouth using piping gel. Hand form the eyebrows with white rolled fondant. Cut white rolled fondant with the same cutter used in baking. Cut just the beard using a paring knife. Attach to the cookie using piping gel. Cut white rolled fondant with a comma cutter to cut a moustache. Attach to the beard using piping gel. Form a small oval for the nose using ivory rolled fondant. Attach with piping gel. Cut green rolled fondant using the holly plunger cutter. Roll red rolled fondant into small balls. Attach the leaves and berries with piping gel.

This project was taken from my book “The Complete Photo Guide to Cookie Decorating”.

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