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White Christmas Cookies by Lorena Rodríguez

White Christmas Cookies by Lorena Rodríguez

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Kris B posted:

Hi Lorena, these are so beautiful. Do you have a tutorial for these cookies? I would love to learn how you made these and attempt something similar. Thanks, Kris B

Hi Kris how are you ? Well, as you can see I am not very good with icing So I found that fondant was a good vehicle to print and cut . You can color it and mold it with silicone molds. For this project I used texture sheets, a silicone mold for the bow, a snow flake puncher, pearl edible dust to enhance the texture , icing and different pearls and nonpareils. And simple traditional cookie cutters . I started my cookie business this year and I have learned so much from everybody . I hope this info was useful.

Kristine posted:

So beautiful.  Any ideas on how to get the same look without using pearls?  They are so stinken hard!

 

You can use thick icing and pipe little dots . Different sizes. You can use colored icing or paint it with edible gold dust and little vodka. You can also use silver or pearl edible dust. 

Kristine posted:

Such a simple and unique way to use a string of fondant pearls.  Now I'll be adding more size silicone molds to my amazon cart.

 

You can use tilose to help thoughen the fondant and tiny crisco to help the fondant release from the mold

Lorena Rodriguez posted:
Kristine posted:

Such a simple and unique way to use a string of fondant pearls.  Now I'll be adding more size silicone molds to my amazon cart.

 

You can use tilose to help thoughen the fondant and tiny crisco to help the fondant release from the mold

I just started using tylose in the last few months.  It's great for setting up quickly.  Hadn't tasted it though.  I've used cornstarch and powdered sugar in silicone never crisco... I may have to try that next time.  Thanks for the tip.

 

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