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Christmas Tree Cookies


As shiny as tinsel on the tree, our Christmas Tree Cookies will brighten anyone's holiday. Color Flow Icing provides all the sparkle just flow in the tree and add colorful dot ornaments.
Makes: Each cookie serves 1.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

Prepare Roll-Out Cookie recipe. Prepare Color Flow Icing Mix according to package directions. Cut out and bake tree cookies. Cool.

Step 2

Divide icing and tint green, yellow, blue, orange, red and violet. Using tip 3 and full-strength green icing, outline tree. Thin icing with a small amount of water and cover tree. Let set overnight. Using tip 3 and yellow icing, pipe zigzag line on tree. Using tip 3 and red/violet/blue/orange icings, pipe dot ornaments on tree. Let set.

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The Zigzag is a popular way to fill in outlined areas, perfect for ribbed sweater and cuff effects. You can also use tight zigzags to cover the entire side of your cake—they look great!

Perfect for classic borders or cloudlike decorations, dots are a versatile technique that can be piped in a range of sizes. The dot technique can be used as a simple border for cakes and cookies, as well as for icing cupcakes or piping meringues.

Characters or designs are often outlined first, then piped in with stars or zigzags. Outlines can also be used for facial features.

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Christmas Tree Cookies is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This was my first time ever using color flow icing. The cookies look great (like from a bakery)! I haven't eaten one yet so I don't know how they taste...I did try the icing -- not my favorite but my son loved it and since they're for his Christmas party - great! My only negative comments are about the lack of some specifics that would've been helpful. 1) How many Christmas tree cookies will a single batch of dough make? I got 28. 2) How much icing do I need to make. I made a single batch and was getting nervous -- I was scraping the bowl but made it. 3) How much of the icing do I use for the green and other various colors? I didn't measure but got really lucky. They give this information for buttercream frosting on cakes, why not for this? Also, when I read about color flow, I read where you can add flavoring but it would be nice to know how much do you add and does that change how much water you use to make your full strength icing? I added 1 tsp of vanilla and it really didn't seem to make it taste anything other that super sweet and since I added a tsp of liquid by doing this, I decreased my water by 1 tsp. Overall, very pleased!
Date published: 2013-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Christmas tree cookies are so versatile to decorate and perfect for kids to help make.
Date published: 2013-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love these cookies very easy to make with my kids. They love them
Date published: 2011-05-12
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