Rainbow Zebra Print Cookies!

My friend Tollie and I met last year while I teaching in Barcelona at El món dolç de Claudia. Originally from the midwest, she was living in Spain for the winter and decided to sign up for my cookie decorating class! We’ve kept in touch since then, and after months of talking about it, we’ve finally collaborated on a cookie project. Tollie (known as SweetsAndSoirees on Instagram) is a talented cookie decorator whose Instagram feed is full of bright colors and fun designs. You can see her painted version of our Rainbow Print Zebra cookies here

My take on this design is done using the wet-on-wet technique. Scroll down for the supply list and video tutorial.

Here’s what you’ll need to make these rainbow zebra print cookies:

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Rainbow Jewel Cookies

For the past few weeks, I’ve been cutting my cookie dough scraps into these jewel shapes and saving the raw cutouts in the freezer. As you might already know by reading my cookie dough blog post, I don’t like to re-roll my dough scraps more than once, so making these rainbow jewel cookies is a great way to use leftovers! 

Here’s what you’ll need to make these Rainbow Jewel Cookies:

Watch the video below for the decorating instructions:

Want to learn more about decorating cookies with royal icing? Sign up for my online class!

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Cookies For Nurses!

Before I started on these nurse cookies for Nurse Appreciation Week, I knew I’d have to get creative with the cookie cutters that I had in my collection to make the unique shapes in this set!

I was able to make the syringe, bandages, digital thermometer, and pills by repurposing the crayon cookie cutter from Ann Clark. Take a look at the images below to see how I did it. The dotted lines show the crayon cookie cutter and the solid lines represent the shape of the cookie. Clockwise from left: Bandage, digital thermometer, pill, syringe

The scrubs were cut from square and rectangle cutters.  

 

Here’s what else you’ll need to make these nurse cookies:

Watch the video for the decorating instructions:

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Rose Meringue Cookies for Mother’s Day

My friend Hani of Haniela’s and I have teamed up to bring you some floral inspiration for Mother’s Day. Meringue cookies are one of my mom’s favorite sweets, so I made a rose version for her this year!

Hani made a gorgeous floral cake with royal icing cherry blossoms, which you can learn how to make here on her YouTube channel. Scroll down for the rose meringue cookie recipe and video tutorial!

Rose Meringue Cookie Supply List

Meringue Cookie Recipe

  • 4 egg whites (about 3/4 cup)
  • 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar
  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1-3/4 cups confectioners’ sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla

Mix egg whites and cream of tartar on high speed until frothy.

Slowly add both sugars and continue to mix until the meringue thickens.

Add salt and vanilla and keep mixing.

Add food coloring and mix until the meringue holds stiff peaks.

Pipe the meringue on a parchment lined baking sheet and bake at 180°F for 2-3 hours or until the meringue is dry.

Watch the video below to see it all come together:

Meringue-Making Tips:

If you’re using a hand mixer, it will take a while to get the meringue stiff enough to pipe. Be prepared to mix for up to 20 minutes from start to finish. If you want to get there faster, use a stand mixer with a whisk attachment.

If the meringue softens while you’re piping, empty the bag back into the bowl and re-whip it.

I’ve made meringue cookies so many times (see a few of my other meringue recipes here, here, and here), but I’m always trying new flavors and changing my recipe to get it just right. Do you have any other meringue-making tips? Let me know in the comments.

Happy Mother’s Day!

Don’t forget to visit Haniela’s for more Mother’s Day Projects!

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