Gingham Pattern On Cookies

Baking By southaustingirl Updated 17 Apr 2006 , 7:21pm by momsandraven

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southaustingirl Posted 17 Apr 2006 , 3:16pm
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Anybody know how this is done?

I think these cookies are soooooo cute!!!

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KakesandKids Posted 17 Apr 2006 , 3:19pm
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I think those are done with Edible images. The pattern is printed on frosting sheets then cut to fit the pattern.

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peg818 Posted 17 Apr 2006 , 7:10pm
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My first thought is air brush. I would air brush (or spray colors) use a verticle line pattern then turn that pat on its side and spray again.

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Katydidz Posted 17 Apr 2006 , 7:17pm
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I don't know exactly how to do that but I was making cookies for Valentines day and half accidentally created gingham look. I just covered the whole thing white and then used a very fine tip to draw colored lines into the white icing while it was still wet. It worked well and since the colors sort of blended it looked very soft and pretty.

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momsandraven Posted 17 Apr 2006 , 7:21pm
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I agree with KakesandKids. This looks like an edible image to me. I see on their site that they do 'photo cookies' as well, so they obviously have the equipment.

You could probably do something similar, either by painting/drawing on the royal icing, or get a plaid stencil and spray the color on.

Thanks for sharing the link, I love their look!

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