What Kind Of Cookies?

Baking By DiddleMeSweet Updated 1 May 2013 , 12:24am by DiddleMeSweet

DiddleMeSweet Posted 25 Apr 2013 , 9:23pm
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AI'm curious what kinds of cookies can we decorate on?

I'm trying to figure out what they use here http://www.mezeskalacsajandekok.hu/ if its a cookie at all, lol.

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shanter Posted 25 Apr 2013 , 10:15pm
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This is a video of Agathy (Nadia) decorating a sugar cookie. She makes it look so easy.

DiddleMeSweet Posted 25 Apr 2013 , 10:30pm
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AThanks you! Those are seriously beautiful! It's like old school piping on cookies! I just love those!

So can you decorate just on Sugar cookies and ginger cookies? I'm curious what other cookies everyone decorates on too.

shanter Posted 26 Apr 2013 , 5:53pm
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I would suppose you could pipe on any flat cookie.

bakediva Posted 26 Apr 2013 , 11:19pm
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Yep, you can decorate any flat cookie. Using chocolate can yield a stunning cookie because of the dark background color.

DiddleMeSweet Posted 27 Apr 2013 , 5:17am
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AThank you! I've only ever seen sugar cookies decorated. And of course those ginger snaps, but nothing else so I was wondering, lol.

yortma Posted 27 Apr 2013 , 1:23pm
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Sugar cookies of course, gingerbread cookies (Williams Sonoma recipe is awesome) and rolled chocolate cookies.  Any rolled cookie that holds its shape.  If you have a rolled cookie recipe that spreads too much, try it with decreased  leavening.  Also, try recutting the cookies with the same cutter immediately after removing from the oven when still hot and soft.  


This is chocolate





777Ang Posted 28 Apr 2013 , 7:59pm
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Originally Posted by yortma 



Love it :) 


How big is that thou, as its hard to tell :? Looks stunning anyways 

Greektina Posted 29 Apr 2013 , 12:33pm
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I tested and combined several sugar cookie recipes until I got one that suited my taste and Greece's climate. It took  weeks and many tries but I love my sugar cookies. They are so perfect for decorating either with royal icing or with sugar paste and the best part is they last. I keep the left overs from a batch that don't get used  in the frig up to 3 weeks and they are perfect. You can't do that with every cookie. They can't be overcooked,that is important. You can add different flavors to give it a different twist to a normal sugar cookie. Good luck!

Greektina Posted 29 Apr 2013 , 12:36pm
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That is a soft gingerbread kind of cookie. They are lovely.

matthewkyrankelly Posted 29 Apr 2013 , 1:06pm
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One of the tabs on that website actually has the recipe.  I think it is Hungarian.  I could only get a little of it translated. However, you'll know you are there when you see the picture of the ingredients.

yortma Posted 29 Apr 2013 , 1:41pm
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Originally Posted by 777Ang 

almost 3 ".  it's a standard Wilton cutter.





777Ang Posted 30 Apr 2013 , 11:35pm
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Originally Posted by yortma 

almost 3 ".  it's a standard Wilton cutter.





ahhh ok, I seemed to think it was more along the lines of 5"+ (that would be nice lol) 

yortma Posted 1 May 2013 , 12:18am
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coppergifts.com has great cookie cutters.  They will make custom cutters any shape or size as well.  Very reasonably priced, and fast

DiddleMeSweet Posted 1 May 2013 , 12:24am
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AThank you! I'll definitely try different recipes.

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