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Dog Sugar Cookies and pops
I hope you all are doing well.
Today I wanted to share with you my little doggie cookies. This post is a special request by Edna from Minnesota. She saw these on my sugar cookie collage and asked how I did them. Since I already had the progress pictures I thought I’d share them.
Aren’t these cute.
hy Rolled Royal Icing?
The First reason – The weather here in Israel for most of the year is really hot and humid. As we all know Royal Icing and humidity really hate each other, thus causing a lot of problems like color bleeding, blotchy spots and takes FOREVER to dry.
My Second reason – Most often I do not have the time to decorate a large batch of cookies with Royal Icing; but most importantly;
My Third reason – I do not have the place to dry a large batch of cookies with royal icing; especially because my two little ones are 2 1/2 and 4 1/2 years old.
At such times I have to use rolled royal icing. It’s just like fondant but dries harder. So its still royal icing but an easier option for me.
Most of my customers care more about how cute the end product looks and how tasty the cookies are. I do sometimes do these exactly the same way with flooded royal icing and they of course are beautiful in their own way. (So please; those of you who love using flooded RI, please don’t get all emotional on me, I’m not taking anything away from flooded RI, I love it too!)
So here they are…. Edna I hope I’m not late in posting these.
The cookies are my chocolate sugar cookies recipe I posted earlier.
I explained how and why I attach the cookie sticks here in my post – How to roll and cut sugar cookies.
You can do these with Fondant exactly the same way
You could do the same design with flooded royal icing too..