Letter H Cookies

I finally got a chance to make the royal icing Antonia74 posted and used the no fail sugar cookie recipe. I HIGHLY recommend both!! These were very time consuming but it was fun making them and they were not as hard to do as I feared. I made 3 dozen of these and took them in for my daughter's kindergarten snack time. Their color for the week is brown and the letter of course is H.

Comments

CranberryClo Says... 9 years ago

This is great! I hope I have the patience and that I make the time when my daughter is in school to do the above and beyond sort of thing. Really nice job, Mom!

smileyface Says... 9 years ago

Thanks! I am just now getting back into this, I had my hand full when mine were real little. They are 5 (almost 6) & 4. I am sure you will get back into it also. My daughter helped me roll them out and cut them. Then she handed me each H so I could ice them, well until she got tired of it, LOL!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

Yeaaaaa!!!! They look great. I'm glad the "no outline" technique worked for you!!

Stogz Says... 9 years ago

So they look great! Do they taste good? I just made the Roll out cookie from the wilton site and dont think they tast that great. :(

stylishbite Says... 9 years ago

Very nice job. Did you out line the cookies first? I don't see a seem line. I have been wanting to try both recipes also. Wish me luck. Great job!!

smileyface Says... 9 years ago

Stogz, they tasted out of this world!! Everyone said they were the best they had ever had. The icing wasn't too hard either which I was afraid it would be. stylishbite, I didn't outline them first. I say go for it, GOOD LUCK. It was a lot of work but fun at the same time.

sweettreasures Says... 9 years ago

too perfect...great job....

Jrdnrz Says... 9 years ago

I want my cookies to look like this...very nice job.

charlieinMO Says... 9 years ago

Great job!! This is also a wonderful idea!! I will have to talk to my sons' preschool teacher and see if she would mind. They do a color and a letter at the same time. Glad they turned out for you!!

CranberryClo Says... 9 years ago

This is great! I hope I have the patience and that I make the time when my daughter is in school to do the above and beyond sort of thing. Really nice job, Mom!

smileyface Says... 9 years ago

Thanks! I am just now getting back into this, I had my hand full when mine were real little. They are 5 (almost 6) & 4. I am sure you will get back into it also. My daughter helped me roll them out and cut them. Then she handed me each H so I could ice them, well until she got tired of it, LOL!

Stogz Says... 9 years ago

So they look great! Do they taste good? I just made the Roll out cookie from the wilton site and dont think they tast that great. :(

stylishbite Says... 9 years ago

Very nice job. Did you out line the cookies first? I don't see a seem line. I have been wanting to try both recipes also. Wish me luck. Great job!!

smileyface Says... 9 years ago

Stogz, they tasted out of this world!! Everyone said they were the best they had ever had. The icing wasn't too hard either which I was afraid it would be. stylishbite, I didn't outline them first. I say go for it, GOOD LUCK. It was a lot of work but fun at the same time.

sweettreasures Says... 9 years ago

too perfect...great job....

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

Yeaaaaa!!!! They look great. I'm glad the "no outline" technique worked for you!!

Jrdnrz Says... 9 years ago

I want my cookies to look like this...very nice job.

charlieinMO Says... 9 years ago

Great job!! This is also a wonderful idea!! I will have to talk to my sons' preschool teacher and see if she would mind. They do a color and a letter at the same time. Glad they turned out for you!!


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