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Cozy Winter Theme Cookies

Cozy Winter Theme Cookies

Winter Snowflake

What you will need:

Sugar cookie in snowflake shape - cutter from Sweet Sugarbelle

Royal Icing - divided and colored white and pink

Tip less bags - 3

Scribe or toothpick

Directions:

For the winter snowflake you will first start with pink piping/outline icing in a bag and outline the dress. Reserve some icing in the bag for piping details.

Thin the remaining pink icing for flooding. Using a spatula transfer your icing to a tipless piping bag.


Fill in the snowflake with your flood pink icing. Use your scribe to guide icing to the edges and pop any air bubbles. Let the cookie dry for at least 20-30 minutes.

Switch and use your white outline icing to pipe the details on your snowflake. To make the dots at the end you will squeeze the bag for a few seconds in one spot then lift up and make your line across the other side of the cookie.

Lastly add a big dot in the middle with outline icing.

Let the cookies dry uncovered for 6-8 hours or overnight.

Winter Snow Hat

What you will need:

Sugar cookie in snow hat shape - cutter from Amazon

Royal Icing - divided and colored pink, white, and blue

Tipless Bags - 5

Scribe or toothpick

For the Winter Snow Hat you will want to start with your pink outline/piping icing. You will outline the bottom portion of the cookie. Thin the remaining pink icing for flooding. Using a spatula transfer your icing to a tipless piping bag. Flood the bottom portion of the hat you just outlined. Use your scribe to guide icing to the edges and pop any bubbles.

For the next step outline the top portion of the hat with your pink piping icing. Once you have outlined you can flood the top but make sure you don’t overfill since you will be adding more icing with the marbling technique.


Once flooded you will take your white and blue flood icing. Alternating colors make straight lines across your cookie. I like to start at the top and work my way down.

Here comes the fun - Drag your scribe through the lines from top to bottom. I like to start in the middles. Now take your scribe and go the other direction (from bottom to top) in between the 2 lines you just did. This creates such a fun and marbled look.

Let the cookies dry for at least 10-15 minutes.

Using your white piping/outline icing outline the top portion of the hat. Take your flood icing and fill in the portion you just outlined.

For an added detail you can add some white sanding sugar.

Let the cookies dry uncovered for 6-8 hours or overnight.

These make great Cozy Winter theme cookies you can use all winter long.

As always, make sure you are sharing and tagging over on Instagram so that I can cheer you on! You’re all set to make your sugar cookie dough so get rolling!

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