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Monday, April 18, 2011


Well, it's time.  I've baked two batches of the World's Best Sugar Cookie dough - rolled and cut them into Easter and Springtime shapes. 

I've made a double batch of Royal Icing and colored 5 portions and left one white.  I'm ready to decorate.  Well, almost...I need to load the squeeze bottles.  I put each color of icing in a disposable piping bag to allow me to load the bottles more easily.

OK - done - ready to roll.

I've set up my work station with sprinkles and sugars galore.   I've go my mp3 player on shuffle.  The teen is occupied in his room.  Let's decorate!

Fast forward 9 hours....
I must say, as I have said before...I do not know how professionals have the stamina to do this day in and day out.  I'm pooped.  It's been a long day and I still have cookies to decorate.  My icing is separating though, so it's time to call it a day.  I'll probably take a break tomorrow and finish day after tomorrow.  It's a lot of work making the different colors of icing!

So here are pictures of the progress...I'll do another post when I'm all the way finished!

So, that's it for today - please stop in day-after-tomorrow and I hope to have the final photos of the completed Easter Cookie project.

Bon Appetit, Y'all!!!

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  1. Wow! I love them. I am hosting Easter and wish I had time to make these! They are awesome!!

  2. I am having a special sunday Easter Linky buffet Any Easter recipe accepted no limit to what you like to submit. I am taking submissions till saturday.

    I love it if you add this!

  3. These look incredible. You are quite talented. They almost look to pretty to eat!

  4. Sooo Pretty!! You did an amazing job! I would have quite after hour 2! Haha

  5. Wow these look like they take a lot of time and patience. You must have both of those (at least 9 hours worth - crazy!), because they all look so good.

  6. These are just beautiful...wish I had your talent (and patience :))!!!

  7. These cookies are sensational - I can't wait to see just as amazing designs for this year if you decide to make them :D

    Choc Chip Uru
    Latest: Colossal Caramel Peanut Monster Cookies

    1. Thanks Ms. Choc Chip Uru! Well, geez, I guess it's Ms :-) Correct me if I'm wrong. You always make such nice comments - you are off to a great start in the blogging world. I love developing blogging friendships all over the world! Thanks so much for reading!

  8. Great colours. These remind me of my mum's sugar cookies. I can almost taste them. Lovely.

  9. And once again I stand in awe of your cookie icing skills. These look fantastic!

  10. I've GOT to try these for our first grandbaby's very first Easter. How can I copy the recipe without writing it out...I have severe chronic pain and am on permanent disability so I cannot hand write it out...but if I try to copy and paste won't allow me to see the text except two or three words to a line which takes almost 50 pages to print out...HELP!!!

    1. I'm glad you like these...hopefully I can help with the printing. If there is a way for a print recipe in blogger, I haven't found it. However, for my Mom, I was able to copy and paste the recipe into a Word document and print from there. Hope this helps you out! I will say, if you don't have hand strength and stamina, these cookies will be very challenging to make. The dough is very stiff and the piping, even with squeeze bottles, causes my hands to cramp.
      Good luck...enjoy the baking!

  11. P.S.
    They are SO beautiful and you are quite talented my dear!
    Thank you for sharing your recipes and photos with the world!


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