Introduction: Palette Cookies

Hi I’m Ozge, owner of 2cute2bite.Me in İstanbul, TR
as well as the popular cake blog. I am an award-winning cake decorator. My work has been featured on Cake Central magazine, Sugar Geek Show fb page and many more. Thanks for downloading my photo tutorial. Happy Caking! ;D
Merhaba ben Özge, İstanbul’da yaşıyorum, 2cute2bite.Me blogunun yazarı ve pasta tasarımcısıyım. Yerel ve uluslararası yarışmalarda birçok ödüle sahibim. Tasarımlarım Cake Central Magazine sayılarında ve birçok facebook sayfasında yayınlandı. “Bu pastayınasıl yaptım?” dosyasını indirip incelediğiniz için teşekkür ederim. Bilgi paylaştıkça güzel. Sevgiler ;D

On the 15th of April for the World Art Day, i prepared these custom palette cookies for a school activity.
So get ready to learn how to make some of your own.
Tools you'll need;
Rolling pin
Silicone mat
Ball tool (optional)
Round icing tip (optional)
Toothpick (lots of them-use seperate ones for each colour)

Prepare your favourite cookie recipe and icing.. (or simply google them)
So let's get decorating... ;D

Step 1: Cookies

Prepare your favourite cookie recipe.
Let them bake on a tray or baking sheet and cool aside.
Couldn't find any palette shaped cutters, so i had to improvise.
Just take the desired sized circle cutter and bend it using pliers. ;D
So let's get decorating... ;D

Step 2: Icing

Prepare your favourite icing. Just be sure not to make it too runny. If your icing is too stiff -don't panic- add small amounts of water (i mean drops) while mixing your icing.
Divide your icing into little bowls(as many colours as you like) and use jel colours to colour your icing. Use the tip of a toothpick when adding colour and then add more if desired.

*Store in refrigerator when not using.

So let's get decorating... ;D

Step 3: Fondant

Rolling out fondant about max. 0.5cm's thick use the same cutter to get the palette shape cut outs.
If desired, you can use and icing tip to make little holes & a ball tip shaper to pour the icing much more easily :D

Using an edible glue (1:1 ratio sugar(or honey) to water) attach the fondant pieces onto cookies.

Step 4: Decorating

By using the tip of a toothpick, transfer the coloured icing into position and pull it out to sides, maybe add random dropd/dots.
Voila!
Enjoy your artsy cookies!

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beachgirl56 (author)2016-11-05

Those are epic!! perfect for a artshow!!

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craft-and-crochet (author)2016-07-30

Cool! I'm going to try these. Thank you for posting!

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Meglymoo87 (author)2016-04-29

These look cool!

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Ploypiti Piyaprapan (author)2016-04-28

That's sooo appetizing!!

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Jackie_Smith (author)2016-04-27

I love them I might bake them for a sleepover once

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wold630 (author)2016-04-26

Soooo cute! Are you willing to share any of your recipes?

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2cute2biteMe (author)wold6302016-04-27

thanks.. sure i'll update the blog today... ;D
www.2cute2bite.me

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Penolopy Bulnick (author)2016-04-26

These are so cute!

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thank you so much ;D

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