When Amber first asked me about doing them, I was a little panicked about the Moroccan design. She sent me this picture of some piped cookies and I knew that wasn’t happening (at least not by my hand). First, those cookies are ah-mazing and perfect. Second, I suck at piping. Third, I really suck at piping. Ha!
But it was around that time that my friend Kristen told me about Marvelous Molds, so I decided to order this onlay from Marvelous Molds and it worked beautifully to make the pattern for the cookies.
And for the “A”‘s? Well, it was around that time that I was asked about reviewing the Pazzles and that turned out to be the perfect tool to do the intricate “A” that was similar to their logo.
I baked the cookies with my favorite roll-out sugar cookie recipe. I used the same cookie cutters that I cut out the cookies with to cut out squares and circles of homemade marshmallow fondant rolled really thin and used tiny dots of sugar glue to attach the pattern and monogram to the fondant. Then I attached them to the cookies with vanilla buttercream.
For packaging the cookies, she asked that half of them be individually wrapped (for visitors who wanted to take their cookies home) and the other half left unwrapped for visitors who wanted to snack in the store 😉 OH – and if you’re wondering – this is where I get my boxes!
And that’s it, I think. Do you have any questions about these cookies? I’m not an expert on cookies (at all!), but if I can answer, I will!