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White Christmas Cookies by Lorena Rodríguez

White Christmas Cookies by Lorena Rodríguez

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I just started a membership and am half afraid to say anything for fear of breaking a rule, but I wanted you to know that I joined just now because I saw this picture here.  I wanted to tell you that I saw this picture years ago on Google and so fell in love with it that I literally spent years searching for all the things needed to reproduce them.  I waited for three months for the bow mold to arrive and then it was defective, so very sadly, because I LOVE THIS BOW, I had to settle for a different one.  (I still want that bow!)

I finally got to make these cookies for Christmas 2020.  I'm not sure if it's ok to share a link here, crossing my fingers it's ok because Julia is the kindest, nicest woman ever and I don't want to do anything that would waste her time, but this is the link to where I posted about making them.  https://lynettesphotoart.blogs...-cookies-dreamy.html

Thank you sooooo much for sharing them!

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.

 

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