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  1. Sugar cookie recipe
  2. Decorate Holiday Cookies Like a Pro: The Ultimate Guide to Royal Icing
  3. Rolled Sugar Cookies! Master Cut Out Sugar Cookies With Rolled Cookies

Here are some more designs to inspire your ext batch!

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Snowflake Hearts : Atop these cocoa shortbread cookies, the white icing has an extra snowy feel. Add some granulated sugar on top for extra sparkle. Gold details can really take the glam factor of your cookies up a notch.

The kids will love them. Melting Snowmen : This is such a clever idea for a cookie! But a little sad for the snowmen. Peppermint Candies : Not only do these look like little minty delights, they taste like it too! Mint chocolate for the win. Lacy Deco : These intricate fabric-inspired details are perfect for the holidays. They look like your favorite patterned sweater was put on an ornament. Poinsettias : This is from our own cookie decorating shindig last year.

Pretty impressive if we do say so ourselves. Gingerbread Snowflake : Let the gingerbread shine through as you ice each snowflake with a unique design. Have a design in mind before you begin. Start with the tip of the decorating bag on a straight edge of the cookie.

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Beginning at a corner or an angle will make it harder to achieve good line. Squeeze the bag very gently and then pull the tip up about an inch, imagining that you are laying a piece of yarn around the cookie. When you get to a corner or an angle, drop the tip back down to the surface of the cookie to make the turn, then bring it back up again about an inch to continue piping. Once the cookie is outlined, squeeze the bag with a little more pressure to begin flooding the cookie.

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Decorate Holiday Cookies Like a Pro: The Ultimate Guide to Royal Icing

The idea is push pillows of icing out in front of the tip. Fill the cookie without stopping. The icing will dry quickly — stopping and starting can prevent a perfectly smooth surface. Use a toothpick to fix any holes or rough spots, tap the cookie on the counter a few times to assure a smooth surface and then add any candies or other decorations. If you are making a more intricate design, let the cookie dry completely before adding more royal icing. They can be frozen, but do not open the container until the cookies have thawed to avoid the ravages of condensation on your icing.

If your design fails, just eat it and move on to the next one, or sprinkle it with sanding sugar and call it a day. Get regular updates from NYT Cooking, with recipe suggestions, cooking tips and shopping advice.

Rolled Sugar Cookies! Master Cut Out Sugar Cookies With Rolled Cookies

She has written four books and was part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize in for public service for reporting on workplace sexual harassment. Master Icing Consistency The biggest decorating mistake is icing consistency. Find a Recipe That Works for You Use a good cookie recipe, and make sure the butter is dentable but not completely soft.

Roll the Dough to a Quarter Inch Take the time to roll cookie to the right thickness.

Switch to Gel Food Coloring Use gel-based food coloring to mix colors. Practice Piping and Make a Plan Practice piping straight lines and curves and corners on a piece of paper before you outline your first cookie.

Pipe Straight Lines First Start with the tip of the decorating bag on a straight edge of the cookie. Learn to Turn When you get to a corner or an angle, drop the tip back down to the surface of the cookie to make the turn, then bring it back up again about an inch to continue piping.