Masquerade Mask Cookies

Posted on March 27th, 2009 in Books, Decorated Cookies, Sugar Tools

 

Masquerade Masks by you.

I made gingerbead cookies a few years ago for a masquerade theme party a friend of mine had. 

The cookie is flooded with a cream colour royal icing and coated in disco dust.  You can see a larger version of this photo here.

Thanks to Peggy Porschen and her book, Beautiful Cakes, for the idea!  I adore her work, and out of the many ‘sugar art’ decorating books I have, hers is definitely my favourite.  She explains her steps so thoroughly, has great recipes, and her projects are mainly relatively easy to make.

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