Last week I shared with you guys my first St. Patrick’s day version of my year-long quest to
I won’t keep you waiting, I get it you have rainbows to make! so let’s jump right in with the FREE projector templet and the tutorial!
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HOW TO MAKE POT OF GOLD COOKIE FROM A CANDY CORN CUTTER
- Candy corn cutter
- icing bottles/piping bags
- #2 tips
- icing scribe
- 20-second icing in pink, orange, green, blue, and purple
- yellow/gold 20-second icing
- dark grey/black outline + flood icing
- shamrock sprinkles
- yellow/gold sugar crystals
- yellow/gold sugar pearls
HOW TO MAKE POT OF GOLD COOKIES
Step 1: Start by tracing the pot of gold cookie design onto the candy corn cookie using an edible marker. The projector template makes this super simple!
Step 2: Using black icing, outline, and flood the pot. Add shamrock sprinkles while wet. Outline the gold on top of the pot using the yellow/gold icing and outline + fill in the center part (green) of the rainbow. Let the green crust over before moving on. I like to place them under a fan and they are ready to go in just a few minutes.
Step 3: Next outline and flood the orange and blue sections, let these crust over a few minutes as well.
Step 4: Finish your rainbow with both the pink and the purple section of icing.
Step 5: By this time your pot should also be nice and crusted over. You can now add the little lip of the pot on with black outline + flood icing. Let the pot crust + rainbow over completely before moving on.
Step 6: Fish your pot of gold cookie by flooding the leftover space with yellow/gold icing. Add sugar pearls, sugar crystals whatever sprinkly gold your heart desires!
And that’s a wrap on these pot of gold cookies, what do you guys think? Ready to try some of your own?
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