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I just returned from teaching a cookie decorating class at The Wilton School in Darien, Illinois (hence the absence of new cookies over the last couple of weeks). I visited The Wilton School for the first time in 2009 to take the two-week Master Class, which turned out to be the beginning of my decorating career. It was so exciting to go back to where it all started to teach my own class! I’ll be taking over Wilton’s Instagram today to share some photos from the weekend.
Now I’m back in my cookie studio with a new favorite to share with you: Cereal Cookies!
Here’s what you’ll need for this project:
- Roll out cookie recipe (use your favorite or get mine in the tutorial shop)
- Round cookie cutters
- Paring knife to cut the spoon cookies
- Wax paper
- Stiff consistency royal icing
- Flood consistency royal icing
- Small decorating bags
- Decorating tips 1, 2, and 3
- Scribe tool
- Silver pearl dust
- Paint palette or small dish for mixing dust
- Alcohol or flavored extract for painting (Why? Read this)
- Colors: The Wilton Color Right color system was used to create all of the icing colors in this set of cookies
I wonder what other types of cereals could be recreated in cookie form? Make sure to tag me in your photos on Instagram (@sweetambs #sweetambscookies) if you make your own cereal cookies!
Click on the images below for more cookie projects!
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