Out of all the types of cookie designs to decorate, I would probably rate “people” cookies as my most challenging to do. When decorating a full body person, there are so many individual parts to consider, and quite possibly mess up, when piping. However, I found a few tricks to keep things simple and avoid certain details all together.
I‘ve always wanted to do a tropical, luau theme cookie set with each passing summer, but one silly thing was holding me back. Palm tree cookies. Seriously, I had no idea how to decorate the palm tree cookie cutter I owned.
I love making cookies for Independence Day. Not so much because of the barbecues and fireworks, but for a more practical reason. I find 4th of July cookies tend to be easier to decorate than other holidays. Hey, they don’t call it the lazy days of summer for nothing. :)
Hello from southern California! After a two month break I’m finally settled into my new digs and ready to get back to baking. I really do miss Seattle, but I’m slowly embracing what sunny SoCal has to offer– one of them being the beach!
Possibly the most underrepresented animal around Easter time is the lamb. Sure you have your basic bunnies and baby chicks that steal the show, but in my opinion the lamb is where it’s at. Lambs just add such shear warmth (literally) to the spring season. It could also be time to write the people at […]
Top o’ the evening to ya! As promised in my last post, today I’m going to share with you the cookies that accompanied my St. Patrick’s Day hat cookies. These rainbow pot of gold cookies will add some considerable bling to any St. Paddy’s Day dish. It all begins with a common cookie cutter you […]
There are many hat cookie cutters available with a basic design in mind when it comes to decorating them. However, here’s a way to put a twist (literally) on the design to add more interest to the standard hat cookie.
This post is over a week behind schedule, but better late than never. Right? I do have a good excuse though! I had a birthday this week and decided to treat myself with a little procrastination. It was lovely.
Did you make any New Year’s Resolutions this year? I made a few. One is to be more punctual with my commitments. As you can see from this very late New Year’s post, it’s a work in progress. I have my mind set to be more proactive with my blog posts this year. Hopefully, like […]
When I was a kid, one of my fondest memories of the Christmas season was pulling out the Christmas decorations from storage the day after Thanksgiving. That’s when it really hit us that Santa would be visiting in a month’s time. Back then, life was simpler. We stored all of our Christmas decorations in used, […]