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Royal Frosting Cookies

When my daughter, who loves cookies, decided to get married in December I knew that I wanted to serve hot cocoa and cookies at the reception. Over the next few months I did a lot of shopping, hoping to find some delicious pre-made cookies but I wasn't satisfied with what I found. So, I began searching the internet for recipes instead.

I have always loved the cute frosted cookies shown in magazines so I was really excited when I came across a blog called BAKE at 350 with tutorials about how to make them.

My first attempt at making the cookies was for a Christmas cook exchange. I made Christmas trees - they were pretty cute.


The second try was for the wedding reception. Paije and I made several dozen wedding cake shaped cookies. It was a three day process. Day one bake. Day two outline and fill with royal frosting - let dry overnight. Day three add sanding sugar, place in bag and tie with a ribbon.


I made a scrapbook page to remind us of the fun we had.



It was a labor for love!

Shared by Tami Potter on October 3, 2011 | Memory Date: December 10, 2010
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Actually, we do cookies as a part of our business and four days is our usual! I add a roll and chill as day one, cut and bake day 2, 1st layer of icing day 3 and detail work day 4...of course bagging and tagging may have to be done on a fifth day as sometimes they need more time to dry....but we are usually doing mega dozens at a time! Glad you enjoyed the process, bet they were a real hit at the wedding, too! Adding small feat!
Posted By: Andrea Fisher  |  October 5, 2011 at 12:47 am   
That is just too long for making cookies.
Posted By: Kevin Potter  |  September 26, 2011 at 1:41 pm   

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