Rose Cookies For Valentine’s Day

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The wet-on-wet rose is one of my favorite techniques to use in cookie decorating! I’m really into golden yellow right now and I love how it pops on these rose cookies. You can find the heart shape cutter that I used here at Ann Clark Cookie Cutters!rose-hearts-resized

Here’s what you’ll need to make these rose cookies for Valentine’s Day:

Colors:The Wilton Color Right color system was used to create all of the icing colors in this set of cookies

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How To Decorate Owl Cookies!

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It’s been too long since I’ve posted a tutorial! You can read about what I’ve been up to in my previous post. Lots of stuff keeping me busy! I’m so glad I was able to decorate some colorful owl cookies during this cold and gray season. These were made with the adorable owl cookie cutter from Ann Clark! owl-cookies

 

Here’s what you’ll need for this project:

Colors: The Wilton Color Right color system was used to create all of the icing colors in this set of cookies

Watch the video to see how I decorated these owl cookies:



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Updates!

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It’s been a couple of weeks since I posted a new tutorial, so just dropping in to say hi and to let you know what I’ve been up to and to tell you that I will be back soon with new stuff.

I’m currently working on a new Craftsy class (you can see my first class here), which has been keeping me very busy. I don’t know the release date yet as we haven’t even begun filming, but I will definitely post updates as I have more information about that.

On top of prepping for my Craftsy class, I’m also gearing up for my trips. First stop: Barcelona. Over the next few months, I’ll be visiting Cookie Queens in Taiwan, Cake DIY in the UK, and then to The Wilton School outside of Chicago (the very same place where I took the two-week master course 8 years ago as my decorating career was just getting started!). You can click here to take a look at the class schedule and, if you happen to be in any of these locations, you can find links to sign up for these classes hereMaster-Class2-resized

If you follow Tastemade on Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat, you’ve probably seen some of my cookie decorating videos. These videos are part of Cookie The News, where I create a cookie based on a current event. It’s been a lot of fun and also pretty challenging. You can see these videos here and here. They post a new clip about twice a week.

That’s all for now! Talk to you soon. xoxo Amber

Snowy Forest Cookies

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The holidays are over, but winter is just getting started! One of the very few things I look forward to in winter is walking outside in the snow when everything is so quiet and pristine. These snowy forest cookies remind me of one of those quiet walks.

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Here’s what you’ll need for this project:

Chocolate Cookie Recipe:
1/2 cup butter
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1 tsp vanilla
1/8 tsp salt
3/4 cup cocoa powder
1/4 cup milk
2-1/4 cups all-purpose flour

Combine butter, sugar, egg, vanilla, and salt
Add cocoa powder and milk.
Stir in flour.

Split into two pieces. Wrap dough in plastic and refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Roll dough to 3/16″ and cut cookies using 3″ round cookie cutter.

Bake cookies at 350º Fahrenheit for 10 minutes. Allow to cool completely before decorating.


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