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Patriotic Peace Cookies

July 4th Cookies
I wanted to make some patriotic cookies for July 4th, Independence Day.  With my new job this year, time was short but I managed to quickly get them done

I used this picture to make a template

Check out my Birdhouse Cookies to learn how I make them.
The cookies are made using my Gingerbread Cookie Recipe

Flower Silhouette Decorated Cookie

Flower Silhouette Decorated Cookie
Now that I’m working part-time, 24 hours per week, I have more time to make cookie decorating videos.  This cookie was made with leftover icing from a previous cookie project

To learn how to make cookie templates, see my Birdhouse Cookie link.  I used the below picture.

 

Owl Silhouette Decorated Cookie

Owl Silhouette Decorated Cookie
It didn’t take much time or work to make this cookie.  Check out my Birdhouse Cookie link to learn how to make templates.  I used the below image:

 

Peace/Love Sunglasses Decorated Cookies

Decorated Cookies
Summer is just around the corner and who wouldn’t love these cool sunglasses?  I used a sunglasses cookie cutter and designed my own Peace and Love graffiti on a plastic template.

To learn how I make templates and all about icing consistency check out my Birdhouse Cookies

Decorated Heart Cookies

Decorated Heart Cookies

It’s Valentine’s Day and this year I have a few new heart cookie ideas using Best Gingerbread Cookies.  In the video above, I show you how I make the red cookie glaze.  Also check out my Birdhouse Cookies for more how-to’s of cookie decorating.

Nike Gingerbread Man Cookies

Nike Gingerbread Man Cookies
A nice twist to your traditional gingerbread man cookies.  Perfect for someone who is athletic, works in the fitness industry, or just loves working out.

You can find my Best Gingerbread Cookie Recipe here
Learn how I make templates here

 

Krav Maga Gingerbread Cookies

Krav Maga Cookies. This is a quick video of how I decorated these cookies. I used a template (see here for how to make one) for these cookies.  My Gingerbread Cookie recipe is here

Pennywise the Clown Decorated Cookies

Pennywise the Clown Decorated Cookies.

I thought I’d try something different for my Halloween cookies this year.  Rather than do the normal witches, vampires, skeletons, pumpkins, etc; I wanted to do something a little different.  The creepy clowns.  I succeeded fairly well with Pennywise, from Stephen King’s Novel called It.  My Twisty the Clown cookies, from American Horror Story, turned into a diseaster so they didn’t make the video.  That’s too bad because Twisty is my favorite creepy clown.

I made the templates by downloading a picture of Pennywise from Google and traced the picture and all of the details onto a piece of acetate using an edible pen.  For more on how I make templates check out my Birdhouse Cookies and to learn how to transfer the details onto the cookie check out my Krav Maga Belt Testing Cookies where I show you how to do that.

What am I mixing in the video?  To make the teeth look rotted, I mixed together a few drops of vodka with brown gel paste color and painted it on the teeth with a small brush.

I made these using a basic rolled out sugar cookie.   Recipe here

Also check the archives of this site for previous years Halloween cakes and cookies.

The Partridge Family Decorated Cookies

Hello World there’s a song that were singing, c’mon get happy.

Recognize the above line?  If not then you probably haven’t been watching The Partridge family on Antenna TV.  These cookies are part of my Classic TV Cookie collection which includes I Love Lucy cookiesI Dream of Jeannie Cookies, and my Bewitched Cookies.

I used an edible writer to draw on the details first. Check out my Birdhouse Cookies to learn how I make templates.  Pictures I used are below.  I used the best Gingerbread recipe to make these cookies

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Pokemon Go Decorated Cookies

If you follow me on Facebook, you would know I got into the Pokemon Go craze.  How many of you ran out of pokeballs?  While these won’t help you catch Pokemon’s, it will satisfy your sweet tooth while searching.

I made these using a basic roll-out sugar cookie dough.  No template was needed because they were easy enough.  To make the circle in the center, I used the wide end of a pastry tube and of course a ruler for the lines.

Rollout Sugar Cookie Recipe is here