Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Double Decker Daisy Cookie

I just thought I'd show you these double-decker daisy cookies that are another option if you don't want to make a cookie bouquet. The pink colored base cookie against the bright white of the daisy looks so fresh and pretty. These would be perfect for a wedding or tea party.

I used a plaque-shaped cookie for the base but you could use any shape you want as long as it's bigger than the daisy cookie.

Here's how:

Cut and bake base cookies.

And, cut and bake the same number of daisy cookies.
Decorate the daisy cookies just like in the previous Daisy Bouquet post. For details click here.

Outline and flood the base cookie with pink royal icing and a #2 tip.

Use a skewer or scribe tool to evenly distribute the icing and give the cookie a gentle shake.

Let the base cookies and daisies dry completely before moving onto the next step.

With piping consistency royal icing, add tiny dots around the entire base cookie.

It will look like this.

Use the same piping consistency royal icing to add a blob to the back of the daisy.

Gently press the daisy onto the cookie. Let the cookies dry completely before serving or packaging.

1 comment:

  1. These are so beautiful!!! Keep these in your repertoire!!!!!