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White wedding cookies

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White wedding cookies
  • Makes: 1 batch

 

These elegant cookies are as beautiful as the bride - and make delightful favours for a wedding. They're easy to make and won't cost the earth.

Ingredients

  • Tiered wedding cake cookies
  • Sugarpaste: white/ivory
  • Tiered wedding cake cutter
  • Piping gel
  • Flower cutter: flat floral collection set
  • Ball tool
  • Reusable piping bag and coupler
  • Royal icing
  • Piping tubes no.1, 2and 3
  • Edible snowflake lustre dust

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For a sparkling finish, add the lustre dust before the sugarpaste dries.

Method

  1. Emboss the tiers with the flower cutter and use the end of a ball tool to indent the centre of each petal.
  2. Fill a piping bag fitted with a coupler with royal icing and attach a no. 1 piping tube. Pipe a row of dots at the base of each tier to help define the tiers
  3. Attach a no 2 tube to the piping bag and pipe loose coils as shown in the picture.
  4. Attach a no.3 tube and carefully pipe the centre of each flower. Using the same tube pipe a small dot in the space between the petals.
  5. To add shine, dust over the cookie with edible snowflake lustre dust

For the decorating:1. Emboss the tiers with the flower cutter and use the end of a ball tool to indent the centre of each petal.2. Fill a piping bag fitted with a coupler with royal icing and attach a no. 1 piping tube. Pipe a row of dots at the base of each tier to help define the tiers3. Attach a no 2 tube to the piping bag and pipe loose coils as shown in the picture. 4. Attach a no.3 tube and carefully pipe the centre of each flower. Using the same tube pipe a small dot in the space between the petals.5. To add shine, dust over the cookie with edible snowflake lustre dust Top tip: For a sparkling finish, add the lustre dust before the sugarpaste dries. This recipe is taken from Bake Me I'm Yours Cookie by Lindy Smith, available from Amazon, RRP £9.99www.lindyscakes.co.uk

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