I Have A Cookie Dilemma, What Would You Do?>

Baking By HammIamm Updated 9 May 2008 , 12:46am by Cake4ever

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HammIamm Posted 8 May 2008 , 12:52am
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i made sugar cookies for a wedding coming up this weekend, they are fondant covered, and i brushed them with airbrush pearl. they dried for 1.5 days. they were dry! i bagged them, tagged them... today, i took a closer look at them, they look fine, but it seem as though the cello bag is stuck to the cookie. i mean they look just fine, but if any one at the wedding were to try and get the cookie out, they'll have to peel it from the bag.. like shoul di even worry about this?? they look great.... just for some reason got stuck to the bags... and if you peel them from the bag, it ruins the finish on the cookie.

let me know what you think?

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Cake4ever Posted 9 May 2008 , 12:46am
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Can you possibly chill the cookies and see if the bags come un-stuck on their own? Sounds like the cookies got warm and the fondant became a bit sticky??

I know you're worried about all of your hard work. If they are just stuck in a few places, then I would not worry about it, but if they were flat stuck to the bag and if you tested one the fondant pulled away like taffy or something, then I would worry. Otherwise, leave them be. thumbs_up.gif

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