I’m not even going to try to play it cool today, there’s a total fiesta going on in my head right now. I’m THAT excited about today’s post. Not only are we going to take a look at how to make one of my most favorite cookies ever, pinata cookies,
For those of you that follow along with my Instagram story antics, you know all about my Silhouette Alta and how much I love it. I’ve been learning to 3D print my own cookie cutters for months now and I am in love with this machine. The fact that I can now bring ANY creation I want to
DOWNLOAD THE PINATA
.SVG FILE HERE
To be used to make stencils or cutters with additional 3D printers. Please remember the file can be used to make cookies to sell, but the file alone cannot be sold.
DOWNLOAD THE PINATA COOKIE CUTTER FILE HEREP
To be used with Silhouette Alta, cutter file ready to go! Please remember the file can be used to make cookies to sell, but the file alone cannot be sold.
Have a cookie decorating projector? Great news! Here’s a projector template to make these cookies a breeze. Just click, save, project!
HOW TO MAKE PINATA COOKIES
NEW TO COOKIES? BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THESE POSTS FOR THE BASICS:
- pinata cookie cutter
- edible marker
- piping bags
- #1.5 tip
- icing bottles
- pink outline icing + pink flood icing
- mint green flood icing
- blue flood icing
- green flood icing
- orange flood icing
- yellow flood icing
- edible decorative flowers (optional)
- black sugar pearls
Step 1: Print your pinata cookie cutter (or use one of your own!) Make pinata cookies. (Like duh, right?)
Step 2: Use a stencil or the projector template to draw lines with an edible marker where your colors should separate. If your using the projector template just draw a line right across the bottom of the rows.
Step 3: Although I separated steps 3 and 4 to show you how it goes, they really need to be done right after another. You want to work while your icing is still wet so keep that in mind.
Step 4: As soon as you are done outlining the pink of the pinata cookie, begin to fill each row with color, work quickly! Then use your scribe to drag a little of the color from the bottom section the upper section in little strokes all the way across the line. Then repeat at every new color. You want to work quickly for this process because your icing will begin to set. When you’re all done with the lines feel free to drop a little pink in for the little guy’s cheek and a black sugar pearl for his eye!
And that’s just how simple it is to make pinata cookies. I’m going crazy with excitement waiting to see you guys make your own pinata cookie cutters! Don’t forget to TAG ME!
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