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Lucy (Honeycat Cookies) posted:

He's so lovely! I've just bought a 'parrot tulip' cookie cutter that I reckon upside down could be used for something like this - I really want to give it a go now, but I've got to wait til it arrives from China!

Thanks Lucy! I can imagine a parrot tulip cutter would work really well. I did want to let you know I had a head start with the dimension by using one of the silicone cookie molds I create. Here's what it looks like without any embellishment.

Happy baking!

Susan

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Susan Moniz posted:
Lucy (Honeycat Cookies) posted:

He's so lovely! I've just bought a 'parrot tulip' cookie cutter that I reckon upside down could be used for something like this - I really want to give it a go now, but I've got to wait til it arrives from China!

Thanks Lucy! I can imagine a parrot tulip cutter would work really well. I did want to let you know I had a head start with the dimension by using one of the silicone cookie molds I create. Here's what it looks like without any embellishment.

Happy baking!

 

 

Those say 'image not found', but earlier I found pics for myself as I was fascinated by what you'd mentioned about it being a mold above. Great idea! Do you press a layer of dough into the mold, or do you fill the mold so it's quite thick cookie? And do you bake with it still in the mold?

Lucy (Honeycat Cookies) posted:
Susan Moniz posted:
Lucy (Honeycat Cookies) posted:

He's so lovely! I've just bought a 'parrot tulip' cookie cutter that I reckon upside down could be used for something like this - I really want to give it a go now, but I've got to wait til it arrives from China!

Thanks Lucy! I can imagine a parrot tulip cutter would work really well. I did want to let you know I had a head start with the dimension by using one of the silicone cookie molds I create. Here's what it looks like without any embellishment.

Happy baking!

 

 

Those say 'image not found', but earlier I found pics for myself as I was fascinated by what you'd mentioned about it being a mold above. Great idea! Do you press a layer of dough into the mold, or do you fill the mold so it's quite thick cookie? And do you bake with it still in the mold?

Although the molds are oven safe, the dough is pressed into the mold and then peeled off before baking. (bendy silicone!) This lets you make dozens at a time. They are thicker than say a thin sugar cookie, but the thickness varies depending on the design. Here's a link to the Use & Care page on my website that tells a bit more about how to use the molds: https://www.artesaocookiemolds.com/pages/use-and-care.

The Jellyfish is one of the larger molds I originally created for my son and is one of my favorites.

I hope the pictures attached properly this time!

 

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