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Use a fondant with flavor when you make Fondarific Cookies! With so many different colors and flavors of Fonadfic products to choose from, and with the many cookie cutters at A.C. Moore or in your own collection, you can easily make delicious, yummy cookies for just about every occasion and palette!
- Time:1/2 hour
1Project time does not include neither the time it will take to make the cookies nor for the cookies to cool for adding embellishments.
2Knead fondant in your desired color until it is smooth. We used Teal, but you can use whatever color you desire.
3Place rolling pin in the center of the fondant and roll it towards your body. Pick up the fondant and turn it with every roll until it is at desired thickness (1/8 inch is recommended).
4Next, cut the fondant in your desired shape (we used a cross, but there are so many different different cookie cutters available at A.C. Moore - the only limit is your imagination; you may even have a cookie cutter in your collection that you want to use instead)!
5Bake your favorite sugar cookie recipe. As soon as they are done, carefully place your cut fondant shape onto the top of the hot cookie. Be careful handling the hot cookies.
6Work on your embellishments as the cookies cool. For our project, we used small fondant cut outs to make flowers out of White. We then used a small rubber stamp to create letters on a piece of White fondant shaped in a circle. However, you can make whatever embellishments you desire. Regardless of the embellishment you use, let it set for a half hour before applying to cookies.
7Apply Pearl Dust in your choice of color, if desired to the cookies, after the cookies have cooled. Apply as much Pearl Dust, to match the amount of sparkle you want your cookies to have.8Dip a paint brush in water. Apply the water to the back of the other embellishments, such as flowers and letters, then attach them to the cookies,waterside down.