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Decorating Cookies Party: 10 Celebratory Themes * 50 Designs Paperback – October 7, 2014
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“Bridget is as sweet as her sugar cookies. In her new book, she shows you how to throw the cutest cookie decorating parties with fun cookie collections perfect for your next sweet celebration.” —-Angie Dudley (Bakerella), author of Cake Pops
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As much as I've enjoyed learning how to decorate cookies with Bridget's first book, I like Decorating Cookies PARTY even better!
Greeting party guest with beautifully designed cookies, individually wrapped and sealed with a bow, is always the highlight of any party!
What I love the most about Bridget's blog and books is that she takes her readers back to the very basics.
And I mean the BASICS.
Decorating Cookies PARTY explains exactly what you need to make these beautiful cookies happen at your next party.
From cookie cutters, to icing tips, rolling pins, cookie sheets, squeeze bottles and parchment paper.
Step-by-step Bridget takes her readers through the process!
From the dough to the icing to the sprinkles to the party!
Also featured in the book are five "go-to" cookie dough recipes including Bridget's famous Vanilla-Almond Cut-Out Sugar Cookie recipe. I've tried lots of roll-out sugar cookie recipes over the years and Bridget's is my all time favorite.
This recipe is no-fail. Comes together beautifully every, single time and easy to roll out and work with.
I was especially happy to see that there's even a Gluten-Free Chocolate dough recipe included in Decorating Cookies Party.
If you love happy cookies sealed with a bow!
If you love parties!
If you enjoy gifting friends with cookies!
If you've always thought decorating cookies was for the "cookie decorating experts" and that you could never learn to decorate cookies like the professionals do.
If you've always wanted to host a decorating cookies party of your own!
Well then this book is for YOU!
You're going to LOVE it!
The book starts off with cookie decorating tips and I learned a lot of new things, including how to make double decker cookies and cookie pops on sticks. I also am working on mastering the pipe and flood royal icing technique that all of the cookies in the book use. I feel like if I can master that, it will really help my cookies look more professional. In terms of cookie recipes, there is a gluten free chocolate recipe, as well as vanilla almond, pink lemonade and brown sugar and spice flavors, all of which sound amazing to me!
The ideas would work well for cookie exchanges, cookie decorating parties (for kids or adults) or as hostess gifts or party favors at themed celebrations. My favorite sets of cookies were the birthday party (love the pedestal cake!), the lovely princess party and the bridal shower (stunning double decker cookies!). I’m starting practicing with some of the simpler cookies, but I’m excited to work my way up to the fancier ones and try out the flood on flood technique. I’m improving and trying to remember what the author says, “It doesn't have to be perfect to be beautiful!”
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Clear directions. Lots of information. I made similar layer cake cookies like those on the cover and they turned out fabulous! Read morePublished 13 months ago by Julie
Love the book. Sure takes the mystery out of decorating cookies and puts the doable into it! We made a batch to decorate but my children ate all of the cookies before we could... Read morePublished 13 months ago by ABC
Such adorable ideas. Bridget as usually puts out quality work. I wish I had one tenth of her decorating skills... I'm trying. :)Published 14 months ago by Peabody Jennifer Johanson
Bridget's blog and books have taught me to bake and decorate awesome cookies! More details can be found here,... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Engineered Baker
If you're a beginner this is a good start. For a seasoned decorator there is nothing new. A few good recipes.Published 15 months ago by tothemax