Thank you very much !!!!!!!!!!!
awesome!!! can't wait to try it!!!
I swear you're a genius! <3
Yes, you are a genius !!!
Thank you so much for sharing this great idea and technique.
Thank you so very much for sharing
Thank you for sharing this! My kids and I have been wondering what we can make for the other kids in our neighborhood. I believe these cookies are just the thing. Thanks, again!
Why don't the cookies go stale while waiting to dry? Really good tutoriol, thank you :)
Thanks so much!
What I love about these is that they're really quite simple to make, and the marbling is fun (my kind of fun, haha).
@mo63 The cookies don't seem to go stale for the time period that the icing dries. The icing acts as a sort of sealant.
. nice thanks for share :)
These came right on time!!!! I'm doing cookies for a Summer get together and was thinking of doing lemon cookies for it.... Thanks again for the tutorial!
Would these also work with cookie icing?
@cookiekisses, what kind of icing do you mean by cookie icing?
The following is the recipe I use to ice cookies. It hardens nicely and leaves a slightly shiny sheen. It is opaque, it's not a glaze.
• 1 cup confectioners' sugar • 2 teaspoons milk • 2 teaspoons light corn syrup • 1/4 teaspoon almond extract • assorted food coloring Directions 1. In a small bowl, stir together confectioners' sugar and milk until smooth. Beat in corn syrup and almond extract until icing is smooth and glossy. If icing is too thick, add more corn syrup. 2. Divide into separate bowls, and add food colorings to each to desired intensity. Dip cookies, or paint them with a brush. 3. Add water ½ tsp. at a time until consistency you need
The truth is, I decided to go for it and try it. My daughter was excited to cash in her coupon for Mommy time and she wanted to make sugar cookies. It didn't take much convincing for her to agree to these. I'll let you know how it works.
They were ok; probably the royal icing would be better. I also have to experiment with how thin the icing would be. I might have to try them again in the future.
That's great @cookiekisses. You can find Antonia74's royal icing recipe here on cake central and I've shared it on my site in the recipe section. If you like, I also have a video on finding icing consistency. Have fun decorating!
wow, thats so kool
Awesome cookies, so cute! :)
This is a great photo tutorial. You take great pictures of your technique. Brilliant!
Beautiful. I will be trying this week. Thank you for sharing.