Make cookies. You will need two cookies per treat. Prepare dough and roll out dough 3/16 in. thick. Cut using round Comfort-Grip.
Invert whoopie pie pan and spray with vegetable pan spray. Drape dough over every other pan cavity, pressing to smooth surface. Bake 10-14 minutes, or until firm and golden brown. Cool pan on cooling grid 10 minutes. Carefully loosen bottom edges of pan using spatula.
Fill treats. Fill one cookie with fruit-flavored, hard-shell chewy candies.
Make piñata treats. Prepare royal icing. Tint portions red, green, blue and black; reserve some white.
Use tip 8 and white icing to pipe a line around rim of candy-filled cookie; attach second cookie. Use tip 8 and white icing to pipe an additional line around edge; roll in black sugar.
Decorate ?clock.? Pipe letters for ?numbers? on clock. Use tip 2 and colored icing to pipe P for 12, Y for 6, N for 9 and R for 3 to create spacing; fill with remaining letters in similar colored icing to spell out ?Happy New Year.?
Use tip 2 and black icing to pipe dots between each letter. Use tip 2 and black icing to pipe clock hands at midnight.
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.
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I made these last night to give to my family and friends today!
I used their favorite candies to fill them, Reece's pieces, m and ms, nerds, gobstoppers, and peach o rings.
I was short on time so I piped the letters in all the same color. I also didn't have any black colored sugar, so I used multi-colored sprinkles for the trim.
They turned out great!
Date published: 2012-12-31
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This is SO cute I wiill have to do some!