Autumn Wreath Cookies

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Give an edible Autumn Greeting this Thanksgiving!

You Will Need:
Autumn Wreath Wafer Paper Set
Round Double Sided Cutter Set of 5
Clear Writing Gel
Pixie Dust (optional)
No Fail Sugar Cookie Recipe
Royal Icing Mix

Instructions:
1. Use No Fail Sugar Cookie recipe and cut out several circular cookie shapes with the 2.75″-3″ cutter. Bake and cool as directed.

2. Ice each cookie with 1 layer of royal icing or buttercream, if you prefer. Let completely dry.

3. Carefully cut out wafer paper shapes using craft scissors, making sure each one will fit on the cookie. Be careful, wafer paper is fragile!

4. Adhere each wafer paper cut-out to your cookie shape by adhering a thin layer of edible clear writing gel (or light corn syrup) to the top of the iced cookies.

5. Flip each cookie face down on a piece of wax paper to dry for about 30 minutes (this will keep the wafer paper shape flat).

6. Sprinkle a pinch of Pixie Dust to finished cookie for a sparkle effect.

Make some sparkling Autumn leaf cookies to go with them!leaf-cookies-L

Sparkling Autumn Leaf Cookies

You Will Need:
No Fail Sugar Cookie Recipe
Autumn Sanding Sugar Collection
Maple Leaf Cookie Cutter
Oak Leaf Cookie Cutter
Royal Icing Mix
– Food Coloring

Instructions:
1. Use No Fail Sugar Cookie recipe and cut out several leaf cookie shapes. Bake and cool as directed.

2. Make your royal icing according to mix instructions. Tint with food color to match sanding sugars.

3. Ice each cookie with 1 layer of royal icing or buttercream, if you prefer. Let completely dry.

4. Once dry, using slightly thicker icing, pipe the leaf veins and cover in matching sanding sugar while still wet. Let dry.

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