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These cookies were made by using coloured dough and two moulds: a plastic one and a silicone one. After putting the dough in the moulds I put them into the freezer; when the dough was cold enough I took the shapes out of the moulds and created the compositions on the cookies. The mould were bought in a local exhibition in my town.

I confess the result doesn't convince me, the shapes were lost when baked and they are not well defined; it is not easy at all to get the results shown in the Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge explanation... I need to practice more, I will try to use the tips that other colleagues have given when presented their cookies for the challenge

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Sil Quiroga *Homemade Cookies by Sil* posted:

Sorry Nagera but you are not right, the cookies turned out wonderfully, I loved them! You've been mistaken in not appreciating them: they are simply:

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Thanks for your kind words, Sil But my idea was to get something near to the example that appears in the presentation of the challenge, and it is evident that I failed... I need to work harder...

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Manu posted:

You are too hard on yourself, this Challenge wasn't easy and your cookies turned out nice.

Thanks Manu I saw the cookies made by @tupetitcomite a lot of time ago and fell in love with them... The theory to make them was clear for me but when I tried to reproduce them I realised it was not easy at all...

By the way, YOU have made an amazing work with your cookies, they are amazingly well defined and so beautiful... I have no words, that's why I didn't comment your clip, sorry

NaGeRa posted:

These cookies were made by using coloured dough and two moulds: a plastic one and a silicone one. After putting the dough in the moulds I put them into the freezer; when the dough was cold enough I took the shapes out of the moulds and created the compositions on the cookies. The mould were bought in a local exhibition in my town.

I confess the result doesn't convince me, the shapes were lost when baked and they are not well defined; it is not easy at all to get the results shown in the Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge explanation... I need to practice more, I will try to use the tips that other colleagues have given when presented their cookies for the challenge

It is interesting that the molds did not hold their shape even after freezing.  Perhaps you need to use a stiffer dough?  Or maybe the molds themselves were not well-defined?

Bakerloo Station posted:
NaGeRa posted:

These cookies were made by using coloured dough and two moulds: a plastic one and a silicone one. After putting the dough in the moulds I put them into the freezer; when the dough was cold enough I took the shapes out of the moulds and created the compositions on the cookies. The mould were bought in a local exhibition in my town.

I confess the result doesn't convince me, the shapes were lost when baked and they are not well defined; it is not easy at all to get the results shown in the Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge explanation... I need to practice more, I will try to use the tips that other colleagues have given when presented their cookies for the challenge

It is interesting that the molds did not hold their shape even after freezing.  Perhaps you need to use a stiffer dough?  Or maybe the molds themselves were not well-defined?

I don't know, I will need to investigate more and try another cookie recepte... Let's see...

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