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Spooky Standing Cookies


It?s a gothic greeting for your guests when you serve these skullicious color flow cookies on our Halloween Cupcake Stand! Make them stand by baking a cookie easel for each.
Makes: Each cookie serves 1.
Skill Level: None

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Prepare roll-out cookie dough. Roll out and cut cookies using circle cutter. Using knife, cut a 2 x 1 in. triangle easel for each cookie. Bake and cool. Use tip 3 and full-strength white color flow to outline cookies; let set. Use thinned white color flow in cut bag to fill in cookie; let set overnight. Using tip 1 and full-strength black color flow, outline skull and pipe scrolls; let set. Use thinned black color flow in cut bag to fill in skull; let set. Outline cookie with tip 2 and full-strength black color flow; immediately sprinkle with black sugar; let set. Attach easel to back of each cookie with full-strength icing; let set. Position cookies on stand.

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Spooky Standing Cookies is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I made this for a Halloween Centerpiece and it looked great. I used Wilton rolled cookie recipe. If I find the dough is hard to move after I have rolled it, I roll it out directly on to parchment paper and cut out my shapes with out moving the dough from the paper. For more detailed shapes I use the fondant veining tool or a sturdy toothpick to run along the outside of the cookie cutter to remove all dough for a clean shape. Also dipping the cutter in to flour before using helps to keep it from sticking. Then I place that parchment paper directly on to the cookie sheet and bake. I used the Wiltons Ready to use black icing in the tube, and attached a no. 2 tip to make the scrolls. To give the cookie a different look I took white candy melts and used the 3-D Candy Skull Mold to make the front part of the skull and attached this to the cookie. You get cookie and candy....yum
Date published: 2010-12-01
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