Princess Cookies

LSAC-S3C30-009Supplies used:
frog with crown cookie cutter
castle cookie cutter
magic wand cookie cutter
crown cookie cutter
rose cookie cutter
electric green food color
electric pink food color
yellow food color
sky blue food color
purple food color
black food color
piping gel
rainbow disco dust
Icing required: Prepare run sugar icing in the following colors: white, light pink, medium pink, dark pink, sky blue, purple, electric green, yellow and black. Prepare white royal icing with a soft peak.

Instructions:
Frog: Outline the frog and all the details with black run sugar icing. Allow the outline to set. Fill in the frog head with green run sugar. Fill in the frog belly with yellow run sugar. Pipe around the belly and fill in the frog body with green run sugar. Fill in the crown with yellow run sugar. Allow all the icing to set. Brush the crown with piping gel. Sprinkle the crown with the disco dust.
Magic Wand: Outline the wand with black run sugar icing. Allow the outline to set. Fill in the wand with run sugar. Add a stripe of contrasting color. Fill in the top part of the wand with run sugar. Allow all of the icing to set. Brush the top part of the wand with piping gel. Sprinkle the crown with the disco dust.
Castle: Outline the castle and all the details with black run sugar icing. Allow the outline to set. Fill in the outlines with run sugar. Allow all the icing to set. Brush the areas desired with piping gel. Sprinkle the piping gel areas with the disco dust. Pipe steps using royal icing with a soft peak.
Crown: Outline the crown and all the details with black run sugar icing. Allow the outline to set. Fill in the outlines with run sugar. Allow all the icing to set. Brush the areas desired with piping gel. Sprinkle the piping gel areas with the disco dust. Pipe steps using royal icing with a soft peak.
Rose: Outline the rose and all the details with black run sugar icing. Fill in the outlines with run sugar.

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

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