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Uglydoll is Beautiful Cookie Pops


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Makes: Each treat serves 1.
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Step 1

1 DAY IN ADVANCE

Make cookie pops. Prepare cookie dough following recipe directions. Press dough into round cookie treat pan. Insert cookie sticks. Bake and cool cookies.

Step 2

Cover cookie pops. Prepare Color Flow icing following recipe directions. Tint portions orange/black combination (for orange) and red-red/black combination (for red). Thin icing following recipe directions.

Place cookie pops on cooling grid over parchment paper- covered pan. Cover cookies with thinned orange or red icing in cut disposable bag. Tap to smooth. Let dry overnight.

Step 3

DAY OF CELEBRATION

Make background blob. For each treat, tint a 1 oz. white fondant ball red-red/lemon yellow combination (for red) or orange/lemon yellow combination (for orange). Use 9 in. fondant roller with pink guide rings to roll out fondant 1/16 in. thick. Use pattern and knife to cut blob.

Step 4

Assemble treats. Use brush and piping gel to attach blob to cookie pop. Use icing to attach Uglydoll icing decoration to blob.

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12 in. Disposable Decorating Bags

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Covering (also known as “flooding”) a cookie with thinned icing is one of the basics of cookie decorating. It might look intimidating, but it’s easy enough for beginners It involves outlining the shape of the cookie to create a dam and covering the surface with thin consistency royal icing. Piping an outline creates defined edges and holds the thin icing in place, preventing it from running down the sides of the cookie.

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