I made these cookies for a wedding shower, but on the off chance that the recipient reads my blog, I won’t share the really cute centerpiece cookie with the couple’s name on it yet.
BUT…. I DID make a tutorial to share. So that’s something, right?
As much as I like handcutting, I am happy to say that I was actually able to find cookie cutters that I could use to make these cookies. That’s right, I didn’t hand cut a single one of them!
The spoons are made from baby rattles, and the milk bottles are baby bottles. The cereal bowls took a bit of altering, and I took a few pictures.
2&3-Use the scalloped side of the same cutter to make a scalloped top. To do this, carefully angle the cutter so you are only using the top of the cutter to cut only the top of the circle. It won’t remove completely, so you’ll have to cut the sides with a knife to remove the scalloped top.
4- Using the knife, trim the bottom of the circle so it’s flat.
- Using white piping icing, outline the shape of the bowl.
- Fill in the outline with flood consistency white icing. Let this dry until it is at least surface dry.
- Give the bowl a little depth by piping a rim to the bowl. You can flood this too to give it more dimension, but I didn’t do that.
- Start piping pink hearts.
- Fill in a few orange stars.
- Add your yellow moons.
- Follow with your green clovers.
- Throw in some blue diamonds.
- Finish with purple horseshoes and forget to take a picture.
You can obviously add some red balloons and any other marshmallows they may have added since I last ate Lucky Charms. And don’t feel like you even need to make Lucky Charms. Make Trix or Cocoa Puffs if that is more your cereal.