Easy Penguin Cookies

We love these cute penguin cookies using an oval cutter from Bronnie Bakes.  Thanks to Bronwyn Thomas for sharing with us!

I made these simple sugar cookies for Ava’s party.


Cookies have definitely become a party staple – they are always the first to be eaten and are handy to make because you can make them 3-5 days in advance. I’ve switched from using royal icing to fondant because I find it so much easier (it’s like cutting out playdo and my kids can help me).

I baked some oval shaped cookies and then attached the same size ovals in black fondant (I used water to attach them)


I also made some small blue flowers using a mini blossom cutter and sticking an edible pearl in the centre.

Next up I attached a white oval of fondant a few sizes smaller than the cookie


I then used my small Jem bow cutter to make some blue bows


I left the cookies to dry for an hour or so, and then drew on the eyes, beak, feet and dabbed a small amount of pink petal dust to make the cheeks rosy.

For the arms I cut out a black oval and then used the same cutter to recut the arms.


I attached them to the cookie and voila!


Note: I’m sure you can tell the difference between my photos and the gorgeous professional pictures taken by my talented girlfriend from Little Buttons Photography. I was very lucky to have her offer to document the day. Thanks Bec :-)


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