Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Halloween Series...Day 11 Cat and Ghost Cookie Lollies

Well, it is just me of this little blog .


I just have to say thank you.
 You are wonderful readers and some of you
have become my blog friends.
 I really appreciate all your comments for my guest
 bloggers's awesome ideas..
Stick around for this mini Series, there is more to come.
Today I want to show ...
How to make  Cookie Lollies
Cookie lollies are not difficult to make, they just take a little extra time than making regular cookie cut outs.

To start, sprinkle parchment paper with flour and roll out the dough about 1/4 inch tick.
You want to make sure the cookie dough is tick enough  to accommodate the cookie sticks.


Take whatever cookie cutter you are going to use and cut out the cookie


Take the cookie stick and place your fingers on top of the cookie and with a twisting movement back and forth twist the cookie stick into the cookie.



Put your hand over the cookie and flip it over by using the parchment paper.
Lay the cookie on the backside

This is what you are going to see, do not panic please!

 Take a small piece of the cookie dough, rolled it into a sausage shape and flatten it. Lay the flatten small piece of dough over where the cookie stick is. Flip the cookie over again using the parchment paper
and transfer to the baking sheet.
Bake cookies until crisp but not dark, 12 to 14 minutes.
 Let them cool on sheets on wire racks.


Put stiff icing in a pastry bag fitted with a #2 round tip and outline the cookie.
Flood the cookie with your thin icing and let it dry over night or for a couple of hours.
For the BLACK CATS... I wanted to use sanding sugar

Working with a few cookies at the time and using a small paint brush,
 I  brushed the outline area of the cookie with corn syrup.
I immediately sprinkle the cookies with sanding sugar.
 Let stand 5 minutes and  tap off excess sugar.




And here is the final cookie, very simple to make right?
For the GHOST COOKIE...I wanted to use sanding sugar too, but I didn't have any in white LOL. So I did something else.

I mixed a little bit of pearl dust with a few drops of vodka.

Using a small brush I painted the cookie.When pearlized powder is painted onto royal icing 
 it takes on a shimmering luster which can be striking on cookies.
 You can see the difference in this picture
I really like the metallic-like finish
For the ghost's eyes I just rolled fondant very thin and using tip #5 I cut out some circles.
Using my fingers, I flattened the circles and attach them to the cookies with a little water. I did the same for the eyes's "pupils" with back fondant and tip#2.



Well, I hope you find the cookies easy to make. Come back tomorrow for another fabulous idea.

26 comments:

pulgas said...

wonderful¡¡¡¡
Thanks for this tutorial¡

mary had a little cake said...

I love these. Great directions and photographs! Thank you.

cookies and cups said...

Gorgeous cookies!! Love the luster dust!

Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction said...

Those cookies are so adorable!! Great tips :)

Butter Hearts Sugar said...

Beautiful Cookies. I Love the sanding sugar outlines on the kitties.

ButterYum said...

Adorable Kathia! The ghosts are so cute, and I love the black sugar trim on the cats.

:)
ButterYum

Heather said...

These are adorable! Love them and great tips!

Hannah said...

That perfect looking icing is a mystery to me. Very cute, though!!

Hil said...

You, my friend, are oh so talented! My Little Guy is loving the ghosts.

Diane {createdbydiane.blogspot.com} said...

They look adorable!

Dhanya Ganesh said...

Awesome Cookies and Tutorial.Will try this for Halloween:)

Sue said...

Perfect pops, Kathia!

Karma said...

Kathia!! cómo me gustan tus galletas! ya tengo mis cortadores de Halloween para mis galletas!!
Gracias por el tutorial!
Besos

Ratita Golosa said...

Hola Kathia! El gato negro es impresionante y el fantasma muy divertido. Fantástico todo. Y gracias por compartir tus conocimientos.
Un beso

Danielle said...

Cute! Thanks so much for sharing. I've always wanted to make a cookie on a stick.

Talisha said...

Thanks for making this so easy to follow! My 8 year old daughter said "it looks like the ghosts are shining from the moonlight." Very nice touch!

Linda V @ Bubble and Sweet said...

Cute cookie pops, especially those ghost pops the shimmer is a nice touch

Paper and Food said...

These cookies are spooktacular! The white icing looks so smooth, too. Cool.

Pam @ PartyStart.Me said...

SO cute and great tips!!

Miranda said...

Jaw. Hanging. Open. These are fantastic! That type of frosting is truly terrifying to me. I know it must not be as hard as I imagine it to be. But still. Am scared.

Maranda said...

These are so incredible! I never would have thought to put them on lollipop sticks. Great idea!

Luisa said...

Muy bonitas estas piruletas de galletas¡¡¡

Una idea Gnial para estas fiestas.

Me gustaria mucho visitar tu pais en estas fechas.

Luisa

Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] said...

Wow!! I love the cat, and that shine. Great post :)

Kate H. said...

If i could just get the royal icing recipe down, I'd be in good shape! Your cookies look perfect! I love what the sanding sugar does to them :)

bridget {bake at 350} said...

Love the ghosts with the pearl dust!

cakeje van eigen deeg said...

these are really cute. the shimmer gives that extra tough, you can see the difference. so creative!

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