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Thread: Beautiful Cookies to make for Easter

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    Beautiful Cookies to make for Easter

    These are fun to look at even if you dont bake. A real work of art.

    http://www.hanielas.blogspot.com/201...y-cookies.html
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    They are very pretty but to hard to make for me

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    Thank you! Lilies of the Valley are my favorite flowers! It would seem that one would have to be an artist to make those cookies, however.

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    Oh, if I only had the talent!

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    If I got these decorated I would not want anyone to eat them! HA!
    So beautiful and such an artist!

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    These cookies are wonderful! Thanks for the link! I make my cookies very similar to this, but not as elegant. Once you do them, it is not difficult at all. You don't need a piping bag for the frosting. A metal spatula or knife works fine. It helps to outline the cookie first before spreading the thin icing on, but you don't need to. You can outline with a knife or a spoon too. Use a spoon or toothpick to add colored frosting to the wet bottom layer, and the colors will 'spread' into the frosting. Add a dollop of frosting anywhere on the cookie and use the toothpick and walk it through the dollop into the other colors. Fun for kids when making Easter egg cookies.

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