Well, the holidays have definitely kept me busy, so sorry for the lack of posts this last week! Thank you all for your sweet comments about the cookies. To answer many of your questions…I achieved the shimmered look by mixing a small amount of lemon extract and luster dust (whatever color you want) and then painted it on my cookie that was already iced with dried royal icing. The luster dust is edible of course and gives the cookies such a dramatic and rich look. Hope that helps!
So this post is going to be a mix of many recent orders and events that I have done…I hope you enjoy the photos! First up are adorable little snowmen made out of fondant. I used them as a topper for a Christmas cupcake order that I had. There were 78 of these little snowmen and it took quite a while to finish them all up, not to mention baking the cupcakes, frosting, and individually packaging them…
The photos from the event didn’t turn out too good, so sorry for the lack of photos of the finished product. Next up are some more photos of Christmas sugar cookies that my sister designed, plus a present cake I did for a recent birthday order.
Last, but not least are some photos of a recent kid’s cooking class I taught at Prep Kitchen Essentials. The theme was Christmas cookies and as you can see from the photos, the kids had a great time baking and decorating them!
So if you have never made Cinnamon & Sugar Palmiers before you have to try them out. They are so easy and soooo delicious! Hope you enjoy the recipe! Merry Christmas!
1/2 cup sugar
2 teaspoons cinnamon
1 (17 1/4 ounce) package frozen puff pastry, thawed