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Newbie Says... 9 years ago

Your cookies are outstanding! I'm going to try these for a wedding gift next weekend. The white icing is all royal, right? Do you outline first then fill in? What the secret to the icing consistency? LOVE your work!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

You can check out my recipe called Royal Icing for Decorated Cookies in the Recipe section of this website, I give a few tips there. I don't outline anymore...unless the cookie's shape is difficult. It cuts down on my time and I like the look better. If you get your royal icing to a thickness of say, pancake batter, you can outline and fill in one step. Saves your hours!!

jdogga Says... 9 years ago

how long do the cookies last for? and how much do you charge for them?? I just got an order and I'm not sure how much to charge! P.S. these are adorable!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

The cookies last about 7 - 10 days before the butter in them starts to turn. They last a bit longer if you ice them, let them dry for at least 24-36 hours, then bag them up in cellophane or whatever. I don't put them in the fridge or freezer at all, but some people say you can? I've never tried! I charge $4.00 CAN for a personalized wedding cake cookie (4" x 3.5"), but I've seen them here for $6-10!

jdogga Says... 9 years ago

thanks!

lauryn1 Says... 9 years ago

Your cookies are amazing!! I am in CAN too...you charge $4 per wedding cake cookie?

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

Aren't you cookie'd out yet? I cannot believe all the details you put into your cookies and you make them from scratch. They are unbelievable!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

I love doing the cookies more than my cakes...by far! I haven't got patience for people...but I seem to for these cookies. Ha ha!!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

yes, a flat rate...plus 25 cents for the gumpaste flowers and 50 cents to pacakge in the cello bags with nice ribbon

jdogga Says... 9 years ago

where can I find cello bags big enuf for the wedding cake cookies?? I have only been able to find cello bags for small cookies??

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

I get mine in Toronto from a store called "Retail Bag" downtown (416-504-0280 or 1-800-418-2247). $17.00 for 100 bags. The size you want is C4 for these 4" cookies. They fit beautifully!

Billy Says... 9 years ago

this may sound stupid but what is CAN?

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

Canada!

jovigirl Says... 9 years ago

Would you happen to know of a place in CAN that also sells specialty cookie cutters? Your awesome!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

Golda's Kitchen supplies has a good selection (www.goldaskitchen.com), but the exchange rate to the States is pretty good right now for us Canadians...so check out www.cookiecutter.com and www.kitchengifts.com too

sdokianakis Says... 8 years ago

i have to say your work is just amazing. i would love the recipe for the royal icicng. can you email me @ cakesbysonia@rogers.com thank you. p.s. keep up the good work

antonia74 Says... 8 years ago

my recipe is in the tutorial i wrote for this site

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

Aren't you cookie'd out yet? I cannot believe all the details you put into your cookies and you make them from scratch. They are unbelievable!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

I love doing the cookies more than my cakes...by far! I haven't got patience for people...but I seem to for these cookies. Ha ha!!

jdogga Says... 9 years ago

how long do the cookies last for? and how much do you charge for them?? I just got an order and I'm not sure how much to charge! P.S. these are adorable!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

yes, a flat rate...plus 25 cents for the gumpaste flowers and 50 cents to pacakge in the cello bags with nice ribbon

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

The cookies last about 7 - 10 days before the butter in them starts to turn. They last a bit longer if you ice them, let them dry for at least 24-36 hours, then bag them up in cellophane or whatever. I don't put them in the fridge or freezer at all, but some people say you can? I've never tried! I charge $4.00 CAN for a personalized wedding cake cookie (4" x 3.5"), but I've seen them here for $6-10!

jdogga Says... 9 years ago

thanks!

jdogga Says... 9 years ago

where can I find cello bags big enuf for the wedding cake cookies?? I have only been able to find cello bags for small cookies??

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

I get mine in Toronto from a store called "Retail Bag" downtown (416-504-0280 or 1-800-418-2247). $17.00 for 100 bags. The size you want is C4 for these 4" cookies. They fit beautifully!

jovigirl Says... 9 years ago

Would you happen to know of a place in CAN that also sells specialty cookie cutters? Your awesome!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

Golda's Kitchen supplies has a good selection (www.goldaskitchen.com), but the exchange rate to the States is pretty good right now for us Canadians...so check out www.cookiecutter.com and www.kitchengifts.com too

lauryn1 Says... 9 years ago

Your cookies are amazing!! I am in CAN too...you charge $4 per wedding cake cookie?

Billy Says... 9 years ago

this may sound stupid but what is CAN?

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

Canada!

Newbie Says... 9 years ago

Your cookies are outstanding! I'm going to try these for a wedding gift next weekend. The white icing is all royal, right? Do you outline first then fill in? What the secret to the icing consistency? LOVE your work!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

You can check out my recipe called Royal Icing for Decorated Cookies in the Recipe section of this website, I give a few tips there. I don't outline anymore...unless the cookie's shape is difficult. It cuts down on my time and I like the look better. If you get your royal icing to a thickness of say, pancake batter, you can outline and fill in one step. Saves your hours!!

sdokianakis Says... 8 years ago

i have to say your work is just amazing. i would love the recipe for the royal icicng. can you email me @ cakesbysonia@rogers.com thank you. p.s. keep up the good work

antonia74 Says... 8 years ago

my recipe is in the tutorial i wrote for this site


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