Cookies By Design Icing

Baking By Delynn Updated 16 Mar 2007 , 2:02am by 7yyrt

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Delynn Posted 12 Mar 2007 , 6:09am
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Anybody out there know of an icing recipe that's close to 'Cookies by Design's? Seems like Royal but maybe softer. Would like to know before St. Pat's Day if possible.

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Delynn Posted 15 Mar 2007 , 5:22am
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Is it possible to bump me to the top? The curiousity about a recipe is driving me a little lu lu. icon_surprised.gif icon_redface.gif Thanks for the previous bump. Should I post on a different forum?

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7yyrt Posted 16 Mar 2007 , 2:02am
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Check the cookie forum,
jstritt used to work there, she says it was a mix...quote
As a former employee, I know the icing is a form of buttercream, not royal. Also, if you do a cookie enough times, you can decorate it in 3 minutes, but some of them are too detailed to do in 3 minutes. You are not specifically "trained" to do one in 3 minutes. Each store is a franchise, so the quality of cookies and decorations depends on the hired help. Some are better than others. The baker at the one I worked at had it down to a science to get the cookies to the perfect thickness and still keep them soft. Sometimes, they were even too soft and tore off the sticks. I loved the way they tasted. I would eat the sample cookies all day long. unquote

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