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One-Piece Cookies

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These adorable cookies from Dani Fiori are absolutely perfect for a baby shower.

  • Yield: Makes one cookie

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, Episode 4131

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Mix together 1 cup royal icing with the pink or green food coloring until desired shade is reached. Transfer to a small squirt bottle fitted with a thick tip. Outline cookie with pink or green icing. Draw several zigzags across entire surface of the outlined area. If necessary, use a toothpick to spread evenly.

  2. Mix together 1/2 cup royal icing with the lavender or yellow food coloring until desired shade is reached. Transfer to a small squirt bottle fitted with a thin tip. To create details on the one-piece, draw lines using the lavender or yellow icing to create neck, sleeves, and leg holes. Using tweezers, add silver dragees to create snaps and a sugar candy to center of one-piece. Let cookie dry completely before serving, wrapping, or using as an ornament.

Cook's Notes

To turn these adorable cookies into a charming centerpiece, simply place flowering branches in a sturdy vase. Wrap cookies in cellophane bags and ribbon, and hang from branches. At the end of your party, add signage that instructs guest to undecorate the tree and take a cookie with them.

Reviews Add a comment

  • SSanchez
    30 DEC, 2010
    Those cookies are too cute! Sandra @ www.modern-baby-shower-ideas.com
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  • vickster123
    7 DEC, 2009
    The cookie recipe is "Simple Cookie Cutouts" on MArtha's site. Just search with the above name:-)
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  • mikshabrenn
    25 AUG, 2009
    You can get the cookie cutter Dani used from www.coppergifts.com . They also have all the decorating supplies that you can think of!.
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  • danikac
    29 JUL, 2009
    Was there a specific cake supply mentioned where they got the little embellishments?
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  • trish0904
    7 JUN, 2009
    I would like to know the recipe for the cookies.
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  • DessertPrincess
    12 MAY, 2009
    For cookie cutters - try kitchengifts.com or Off the beaten path. Not sure of exact website name on 2nd one.
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  • MS11779556
    1 MAY, 2009
    Coppergifts.com has the one I used! xo Dani
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  • Lizbour
    30 APR, 2009
    Where can I purchase the onesie cookie cutter?
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