10 Dozen Cookies For "practice"

Recipe Key:
Top Row: Martha Stewart's Sugar Cookie
Middle Row: Cream Cheese Sugar Cookie
Bottom Row: No Fail Sugar Cookie
First Column (Flowers): Marshmellow Fondant
Second Column (Silly Faces): Toba Garrett's
Third Column (Hearts): Antonia's Royal Icing
Forth Column (Butterflies): Alice's Cookie Icing

Comments

heiser73 Says... 8 years ago

WOW! They are so cute! You did an excellent job. Now the question is which cookie recipe did you like the best..and which icing did you like the best?

mis Says... 8 years ago

Great cookies. Thanks for the info on how certain icings look compared to another. Which one was easy to work with?

novice Says... 8 years ago

Wow, you were a baking queen! Please let us know what combinations you liked the best - for taste, ease to work with, freshness, breakage, etc.

camcat Says... 8 years ago

I love your scientific approach to cookie making! How do you cut the MMF so it's just a tad smaller than the cookie--or does the cookie spread just a wee bit so it's larger than the MMF cutout?

azlorri Says... 8 years ago

Camcat - that's just how much the cookie spreads. I used the same cutter for both the cookie and the fondant

heiser73 Says... 8 years ago

WOW! They are so cute! You did an excellent job. Now the question is which cookie recipe did you like the best..and which icing did you like the best?

mis Says... 8 years ago

Great cookies. Thanks for the info on how certain icings look compared to another. Which one was easy to work with?

novice Says... 8 years ago

Wow, you were a baking queen! Please let us know what combinations you liked the best - for taste, ease to work with, freshness, breakage, etc.

camcat Says... 8 years ago

I love your scientific approach to cookie making! How do you cut the MMF so it's just a tad smaller than the cookie--or does the cookie spread just a wee bit so it's larger than the MMF cutout?

azlorri Says... 8 years ago

Camcat - that's just how much the cookie spreads. I used the same cutter for both the cookie and the fondant


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