Mocha Oreo Latte Art Cookies!

I was at the grocery store recently when I spotted the limited edition Mocha Oreos on an end cap at the checkout counter. I’m not normally one to make impulse purchases, but I could not pass these up! Somehow, I was able to resist the urge to eat them all and I turned them into these cute mini Latte Art Cookies.

I’ve worked with coating chocolate (aka Candy Melts) a handful of times, and for me, it is WAY more difficult to control than royal icing! It took me several tries to get these right without looking like a total mess. I found that when I was piping the latte art designs, I could pop the whole tray of chocolate disks into the oven for a few seconds to give me some more time to work with them.

Here’s what you’ll need to make these Latte Art Mocha Oreos:

Use this template for the wraps around the paper cups. Right click to save it to your computer and print it out. 


Watch my video tutorial to see how to create these Mocha Oreo Latte Art Cookies!


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Princess Gown Cookies!

Of all the fairytale princess gowns, Belle’s dress has to be my favorite! I’ve done Belle-inspired cookies before, which you can see here and here. Scroll down to watch the video tutorial to see how to make this cookie along with gown cookies inspired by Sleeping Beauty, Tiana, Cinderella, and Snow White! 

Here’s what you’ll need to make these Princess Gown Cookies:


Watch the video to learn how to make these princess gown cookies:

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New SweetAmbs Shapes by Ann Clark Cookie Cutters!

I’m so excited to announce my new line of shapes manufactured by Ann Clark Cookie Cutters! There are so many design possibilities with the Small Ornate Square Plaque and Small Fanciful Plaque. Measuring 2 3-/8″ to 3″, they’re not quite mini size, so I like to refer to these as my “Petite Plaques” 🙂 Watch my video tutorial to see how I used these cookie cutters to make a beautiful rose monogram, a whimsical unicorn with cotton candy, a tropical set featuring a flamingo, a palm tree, and a pineapple, as well as a contemporary cactus design.

What would you make with these cookie cutters? Let me know in the comments or share your photos with me on my Facebook page!

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New to cookie decorating? Check out my Royal Icing and Cookie Dough 101!

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Summer Cookout Cookies!

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


Watch the video to learn how to decorate these Summer Cookout Cookies!

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