Need Message Ideas For Cookie Cake

Decorating By AgentCakeBaker Updated 30 Mar 2005 , 8:53pm by GHOST_USER_NAME

AgentCakeBaker Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:14pm
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I just received an order for a cookie cake. My client's boss is turning 40 and I'm not sure what to write on the cake. Does anyone have any ideas?

Also, I need a very soft and chewy chocolate chip cookie recipe for my cookie cake. I used one before but it wasn't quite soft enough. Can anyone help me?

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m0use Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:33pm
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When baking cookies, I always pull them out a couple of minutes sooner than what the recipe calls for. I also heard that real butter when used in the recipe makes them really chewy.

AgentCakeBaker Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:34pm
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What brand of real butter do you prefer?

thecakemaker Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:37pm
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What design are you putting on the cookie cake? Does he like sports cars? How about "sporty at 40" with a sports car?


tcturtleshell Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:41pm
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I think I use Land O' Lakes real butter. I'm at my folks so I can't remember. I know it's the one with the Indian woman on the front. It's always the cheapest at the commissary. It tastes great! You can dip a knife into it & lick the knife! Yummy!

AgentCakeBaker Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:42pm
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I like that message! My client's boss is very competitive so I think that message will fit him.

tcturtleshell Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:43pm
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Last night someone was needing help with what to write on a cake. The website is SweetDreams. They had a whole lot of cake inscriptions ideas. Hope that helps. It sure helped me. I copied the list for future needs!

Mchelle Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:43pm
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YUP, tc it's Land O Lakes, the only one for me too. Breakstone is not bad either, just$$$$

boysmomintx Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:43pm
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I bought a large family size package of the Pillsbury dough and divided it in half. If fit into a disposable aluminum pizza pan. I just spread it out across the pan evenly all the way to the edges. I just used my hands and spread it out. When it was done, I did a nice border in buttercream icing and drew a Texas Tech symbol and wrote "Go Raiders" and "Dallas (kid's name). He loved it. **My cookie was baked the least amount of time on the package and was SOOOO soft and chewy. I made an extra for our family, and we snacked on it for 2 days.

Hope this is the kind of cookie you were talking about. icon_smile.gif

tcturtleshell Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:45pm
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Mchelle~ I started using real butter & that was a wise switch to make!! Land O' Lakes it is~

thecakemaker Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:45pm
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Sounds easy and yummy!


Mchelle Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:55pm
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butter makes everything better!

AgentCakeBaker Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 4:55pm
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Thanks everyone for the ideas. I will definitely check out the sweetdreams website that tcturtleshell mentioned.

m0use Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 5:33pm
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Originally Posted by AgentCakeBaker

What brand of real butter do you prefer?

I use the generic store brand and I have not had problems. Up by me I use Roundy's from Pick 'N Save.

GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 29 Mar 2005 , 5:50pm
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Heres' the recipe I use for very chewy chocolate chip cookie cakes:

2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup unsalted butter, melted
1 cup packed brown sugar
1/2 cup white sugar
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
1 egg
1 egg yolk
2 cups semisweet chocolate chips


Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C). Grease cookie sheets or line with parchment paper.
Sift together the flour, baking soda and salt; set aside.
In a medium bowl, cream together the melted butter, brown sugar and white sugar until well blended. Beat in the vanilla, egg, and egg yolk until light and creamy. Mix in the sifted ingredients until just blended. Stir in the chocolate chips by hand using a wooden spoon. Spread in parchment-lined and sprayed pan and bake for 20 to 25 minutes in the preheated oven, or until the edges are lightly toasted. Cool in baking pan for a few minutes before transferring to wire rack to cool completely.

sgirvan Posted 30 Mar 2005 , 12:29am
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Thanks Cookieman for the recipe, I'll have to give it a try as I have been wanting to do one for while now, I'll post how it turns out.


GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 30 Mar 2005 , 1:35am
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You're very welcome! icon_smile.gif

tcturtleshell Posted 30 Mar 2005 , 4:01am
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Sounds yummy!! Do you have a snickerdoodle recipe that you might share Cookieman? My hubby was just talking about that. He loves snickerdoodles! I have never made them I always by them from the bakery. I would love to make them for him for his bday. He would rather have cookies then cake! He's a cookieman too! LOL!! Thanks~

flayvurdfun Posted 30 Mar 2005 , 1:00pm
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As posted in another post here is a link to cake inscriptions...
it is the sweet dreams one.

hope it helps thumbs_up.gif

GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 30 Mar 2005 , 1:02pm
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I don't have one that I can easily cut and paste here, but the recipe for Snickerdoodles in the Joy of Cooking (latest edition) is great. Do you have that cookbook?
Sorry, but anyone who knows me knows that I HATE to type and for fear of a serious typo, I don't! But when I have a free moment later today I will scan the recipe from the book and if you send a request to, I will e-mail it to you.

diane Posted 30 Mar 2005 , 4:48pm
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well, i don't have any ideas about what to write, but my husband and kids would love to have what they found in a card for me..."did you know that in some 3rd world countries you'd be dead by now?" icon_cool.gif

diane Posted 30 Mar 2005 , 8:46pm
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cookieman, your avatar is making me hungry!! icon_eek.gif

GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 30 Mar 2005 , 8:53pm
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LOL icon_biggrin.gif
I wish I could send you some cookies via the internet!

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