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How To : Bake and decorate tulip shaped cookie pops

A cookie and lollipop in one? Our wildest sugar-loving dreams are finally coming true. This delectable, sweet treat features a tulip-shaped cookie (decorated with oodles of yummy icing, of course) sitting atop a lollipop stick. The stick helps make the cookie eating experienc ...more

How To : Decorate cookies using a parchment paper cones

You don't need fancy kitchen tools to decorate your cookies and cakes. All you need is a some parchment paper and some quick folding skills. Watch this how to video to learn how to cut and fold a paper cone out of parchment paper to decorate your baked goods.

How To : Use squeeze bottles to decorate cookies

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use squeeze bottles to decorate cookies. Using a squeeze bottle is more easier than using pastry bag. This video reveals 3 sizes of squeeze bottles. There is an 8 oz, 2 oz and 3 oz. To get icing into a squeeze bottle, put the icing ...more

How To : Decorate cookies with royal icing for Halloween

Cookies need to get dressed up for Halloween too! While plain sugar cookies are just fine and delicious, it's always fun to add extra spooky embellishments to your cookies to turn them into memorable Halloween treats for a party. Watch this tutorial to learn how to add extra ...more

How To : Decorate cookies using simple materials

You can make beautifully decorated cookies with just powdered sugar, water, and food coloring. Before you start decorating cookies, it is important to understand color theory. Primary colors are blue, red, and yellow. When you mix those colors you get secondary colors. Blue an ...more

How To : Decorate poinsettia cookies with royal icing

Holiday cookies are a treat to eat and a pain to decorate. This how to video shows you how to decorate baked and cut poinsettia cookies with royal icing. The various colors used to decorate the poinsettia cookies makes this a tedious task, so follow along.

How To : Decorate sugar cookies just like a professional

You don't need to invest in a bakery to get the sort of professional looking cookies you want! All you need are a few tools, some more implements you probably already have, and a few basic decorating techniques to get beautifully decorated cookies! Decorate sugar cookies just ...more

How To : Decorate butterfly cookies

This video is a demonstration of how to decorate cut-out cookies to make pretty butterflies and ice cream cones. Use any cut-out cookie recipe that holds its shape well. First spread a little buttercream frosting on the cookie. This will serve as a glue for rolled fondant. Use ...more

How To : Decorate Christmas sugar cookies like a pro

You've got the basic recipe. Now learn all the different ways you can decorate those holiday sugar cookies like a pro. You will need: specialty decorating items sugar cookie dough cookie cutters cookie sheets currants, chopped nuts, assorted candy eggs food coloring liquid an ...more

How To : Decorate a buttercream tulip cake

Learning to decorate cakes? Try this design on for size. In this video, learn how to decorate a buttercream tulip cake with a basket of tulips on the front face of the cake. Get tips on how to perfect this design from cake decorating expert, Serious Cakes.

How To : Decorate Christmas tree cookies with royal icing

Holiday cookies are a treat to eat and a pain to decorate. This how to video shows you how to decorate baked and cut Christmas tree cookies with royal icing. Decorating Christmas tree cookies involves a lot of intricate details so follow along.

How To : Decorate colorful Christmas cookies with Cat Cora

It's the holiday season, which means that more likely than not your kitchen will soon be rife with the sweet, nostalgic wafts of cinnamon, nutmeg, sugar cookies, and gingerbread. If you're going to be baking this holiday season, why not amp up your Christmas cookies by learnin ...more

How To : Decorate chubby elf cookies for Christmas

You know those ornament-shaped cookie cutters you can get at just about any store around Christmas? You don't just have to use them to bake ornament-shaped cookies. In fact, why not get a little creative by making these chubby elf cookies instead? Your own little elves will l ...more

How To : Make and decorate Rice Krispies monkey cookies

In this video, we learn how to make rice crispy monkey cookies. First, you can make your rice crispy treats like usual, just add some chocolate to melt with it! Lay these out into a baking dish and let cook until hard. Then, use round cutters to cut out a large round piece and ...more

How To : Use the star tip to decorate a cake or cookies

Decorating Tips demonstrates how to use the star tip to decorate a cake or cookies. Use a medium consistency icing and position the bag at a 90 degree angle. Hold the tip 1/4 of an inch above the surface of the cake or cookie. Use the count squeeze, stop squeezing and stop to ...more

How To : Make traditional shortbread cookies for decorating

A shortbread cookie is made from sugar, butter, salt and flour. Because the dough is so simple, you can use cookie cutters to cut them into fun shapes and then decorate. A great recipe to bring to any party or potluck. Make traditional shortbread cookies for decorating. Click ...more

How To : Make powdered sugar cake frosting from scratch

Powdered sugar frosting is a delicious way to top any cake or pastry. In this tutorial, learn how to make very quick frosting from sugar and have it taste just like delicious buttercream. Step 1: Add two and a half cups of powdered sugar, two tbsp of water, one tbsp of butter ...more

How To : Make a fire truck birthday cake

In order to decorate A Fire Truck Birthday Cake, you will need the following: 3 chocolate cakes baked in loaf pans, Oreo type sandwich cookies, candies, and brightly colored icing. Level off the cakes, by cutting away the beveled tops. Place one of them onto a your serving tr ...more

How To : Make & decorate cookie pops

In this how-to video, you will learn how to make and decorate cookie pops and bright bouquet cookies. First, you must have your cookie already baked and ready for decoration. Take a star tip and decorate the cookie in a zig zag formation with the icing. Go around the edge unti ...more

How To : Ice & decorate cookie pops

If you want to know how to ice & decorate cookie pops, you should watch this video. To ice and decorate cookie pops: Spread your pan with a non-stick spray first before putting the refrigerated dough in the cookie pop pan so that it doesn't stick when you take it out. Position ...more

How To : Decorate a Christmas mitten cookie with fondant

Fondant is one of a pastry chef's favorite substances because it's so versatile. You can use fondant to coat a cake with an even, smooth surface, you can shape fondant into little adornments like fish and ladybugs, and you can even employ fondant to decorate cookies. Fondant ...more

How To : Decorate a dove shaped cookie with fondant

Dove cookies make such great treats to give to friends and family. Doves are traditionally representative of peace and healing, and so sharing doves (albeit in cookie form) with those you love shows that you care for their well being. Make a batch of dove cookies by watching ...more

How To : Make rolled fondant icing

Fondant is a type of smooth, thick, yet pliable icing that can be made in sheets to decorate cakes, cookies, and cupcakes. Because it's effectively the polymer clay of the cake decorating world, it holds its shape very well, which means you can employ it to create complex flow ...more

How To : Make your own frosting plug

This is a video tutorial that is showing its audience how to make their own frosting plug for when you need to decorate cakes, cookies, pies, or cupcakes. The first step in making your own frosting plug is to put a piece of plastic wrap onto your counter. Spread it out so that ...more

How To : Make teddy bead cookie pops

In this video, we learn how to make teddy bear cookie pops. To start, preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Ingredients you will need: 1 pouch pre-made peanut butter cookie mix, 3 tbsp vegetable oil, 1 tbsp water, 1 egg, 12 wooden sticks, 24 flat round candies, 12 Hersheys kisses ...more

How To : Make a no-bake love cake with Sandra Lee

Sandra Lee shows viewers how to make a No-Bake Love Cake in this video. You will need the following ingredients: 1 bakery-bought half-sheet cake, with while frosting 1 bakery-bought 10-inch layer cake, with white frosting 1 bakery-bought 8-inch layer cake, with white frosti ...more

How To : Make magical peanut butter cookies with Paula Deen

Spread several sheets of wax paper on cookie trays, side-by-side. Using a butter knife, spread a teaspoon of peanut butter on each Ritz cracker. Set aside. Melt the milk chocolate in a double boiler on low to medium heat until fully melted. Stir to make sure all the chocolate ...more

How To : Make Fractal Cupcakes

Last post, we looked at fractal cookies based off of the recipe by Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories. In this post, we'll follow their recipe for fractal cupcakes based off of the Koch Snowflake, which we used previously to decorate pumpkins for Halloween. This past Sunday, I d ...more

How To : 5 Delicious Hanukkah Crafts for the Whole Family

Being Jewish is kind of tough this time of year. Folks are putting up their lights, stringing popcorn and cranberries, and decorating trees. Those of us who don't celebrate Christmas start to feel a wee bit left out in the cold. Yes, some families give out presents on each of ...more

How To : Make Amazing Dessert Art Using Bubble Wrap

The internet was blowing up recently over this mind-blowing, mouth-watering video of a woman making a cake decoration out of… wait for it… chocolate bubble wrap. Yes, that's right: she turned the ubiquitous packing material into the mold for an absolutely gorgeous cake embelli ...more

How To : Make and decorate a perky petals tiered cake

In order to decorate a Perky Petals Tiered Cake, you will need fondant, a pastry roller, floral wire, 3 cake layers in different sizes, tracing wheel, floral cookie cutters, a decorating spatula, a mat, royal icing, dowel rods, a knife, cake boards, and a dog-bone tool. Roll ...more

How To : Color your fondant for cake decorating

Coloring your fondant is actually a very simple process. Like coloring water or your cookies, coloring fondant involves adding a few drops of food coloring and then blending, blending, blending. Colored fondant makes your cake decorating projects much more appealing, so it's ...more

How To : Use the star tip when piping cake designs

In this tutorial, Nancy goes over the star tip. The star tip is the most popular tip used for cake and cookie decorating. This tip is fantastic for beginners and can look like stars, flowers and also be used to fill in colors for other designs. Follow along with Nancy for fabu ...more

How To : Decorate a cupcake with a candy monarch butterfly

Monarch butterflies are one of nature's beautiful aesthetic pleasures, with gorgeous, intricate orange-yellow wings punctuated with black art deco motifs and coils. Replicate the beauty of these flying forces of nature by watching this video, which shows you how to decorate a ...more

How To : Create sunflower and ladybug cupcakes for summer

These cupcakes look a lot harder to decorate than they actually are. Using food coloring, icing, and clevery piping, you can herald the coming of summer with the pretty deliciousness of this sunflower cupcake. You'll need icing, a ziplock bag, food coloring, and oreo cookies ...more

How To : Make adorable Valentine's Day fondant sheep

While fanciful store bought gifts like boxes of chocolate, roses, and spa certificates are great presents on Valentine's Day, when it comes to dinner and dessert homemade is usually best - and most appreciated. Take a look at this cake decorating tutorial to learn how to shap ...more

How To : Make a beautiful Christmas advent calendar

The days leading up to Christmas are arguably the most exciting days of the year, as they're filled with Christmas present shopping, baking Christmas cookies, and decorating ye olde Christmas tree and the house. Start a new tradition this year by counting down to Christmas wit ...more

How To : Watch Christmas movies for free online

Now that Thanksgiving is less than a week away, the holiday season is in full swing. And that means you're probably busier than ever, what with all the decorating, cookie baking, and present buying and wrapping. Take a breath and pencil in an hour or two to yourself - or with ...more

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