Wilton Comfort Grip Snowflake CookiesBack to category
Wilton Comfort Grip Snowflake Cookies
Add a little razzle-dazzle to the holiday season with these mesmerizing snowflake cookies. Just like real snowflakes, no two treats you create will be exactly the same.
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- Time:about two hours
1Make cookies. A day in advance of serving cookies, bake and cool cookies following recipe instructions.
2Prepare royal icing. Beat 3 tablespoons meringue powder, 4 cups (about 1 lb.) confectioners sugar and 5 tablespoons warm water until icing forms peaks (7-10 minutes at low speed with a heavy-duty mixer, 10-12 minutes at high speed with a hand-held mixer). Thin half the icing to flow-in consistency (add 1 teaspoon water per cup of royal icing. Use grease-free spoon or spatula to stir slowly. Add 1/2 teaspoon water at a time until you reach proper consistency.)
3Ice cookie. Fit a decorating bag with a coupler and tip 3; fill with medium consistency icing. Outline cookies. Let dry 15 minutes. Flow in outline with thinned icing. Let dry overnight.
4Decorate cookies. Pipe three tip 16 elongated shell fleur de lis on each snowflake tip. Spray the cookie with Blue and Pink Color Mist food color spray. Let dry 5-10 minutes. To finish decorating, pipe three tip 3 beads on top of shells; pipe tip 2 beads in fleur de lis shape between the shell fleur de lis; add tip 2 dots on snowflake edge. Finish with tip 1 beads in the center. Spray with Pearl Color Mist food color spray. Let dry 2-3 hours. Note: project time does not include the advance preparation and drying times detailed in this project.
Makes about two dozen cookies.