Daisy Cookies With a Rose Tip

My daughter loves daisies. They are her favorite flower and I can see why. They are beautiful! In the movie “You’ve Got Mail,” Meg Ryan said daisies are the friendliest flowers and Madison and I agree! I am going to show you how to make cute daisy cookies that are really fast and simple. You won’t believe how EASY they are to make!! I love the color brown. I wasn’t sure how these were going to turn out but I am really happy with them.

Supplies:

Your favorite cookies outlined and based with your favorite colors

Thick White Outline icing in a bag with a Rose Tip

Rose Tip # 102

Outline colors for borders and daisy centers

First, outline your cookie with whatever background color you want. This time I want blue:)

Next, flood your cookie and let them dry overnight.

Now, with your thick white outline icing, hold the fat side of the rose tip away from you. Hold it slightly above the cookie and apply a little pressure and let the icing build up a little without moving the tip.

Then, gradually begin to pull the bag toward you as you continue to apply pressure. As you get close to the edge of the cookie, gently decrease the pressure until you reach the edge.

Make as may petals as you want using the same steps. You can do a full daisy in the center or just make some on the edges like I did.

Next, with your yellow icing, pipe a few dots in the center of each flower.

I added a second layer of petals to these. It still needed something so I added a few dots and a border.

I like the double petals on the green too.

But these are my favorite!! I love the white flower with the brown background.  Hope you like them too:)

Happy Creating,

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Comments

  1. Sharon @ the Plaid Cookie says:

    I love these!! Thank you for sharing…I’m always looking for ways to add flowers to the cookies, and I really like how these look!

  2. Laura Pokas says:

    Love them all, but like you, the chocolate brown background one are definitely my favorite. I can’t wait to practice these. So many things to practice, practice, practice… with hopes of being even just a little bit as good as the great bakers I’ve “met” this year. Thanks for the tutorial.

    And on an older note, thank you for the promo code shared for Karen’s Cookies. I’ve placed two orders already.

  3. Wow! Super cute idea…and the white on black is really pretty!! Seriously, Lisa…I look forward to each of your blog posts. They are so fun and information! I know you’re a busy lady…so thanks for taking the time to share!!! Have a great week!!

  4. Awww…..I love daisies too. And simple daisies are even better. I’ll have to see if I can work this out in glaze. Not sure…..

    Oh….and love the chocolate cookie with the white daisies….the contrast is fabulous! :)

    ♥♥♥

  5. Thanks for sharing! I love gererous people who like to share useful tips to create a beautiful things!!
    I start a small business about cookies and cakes and I have been learning from nice people like you who share their talent and secrets.. :)

  6. Sweetsugarbelle says:

    I cannot wait to try this! My cousin is getting married in June and her colors are blue with white daisies!!! These will be perfect!!!

  7. I can’t wait to try this!! And yes! Daisies are the friendliest flower, and they love to sit next to a bouquet of sharpened pencils!! (that’s my most favorite movie of all time! Think I need to watch it today!)

  8. Wow! Love this idea! I’ll try to make it with my next cookies. Thanks for the tutorial. Big hug from Canarias, Spain!!!

  9. I love these, Lisa! The are perfect for Spring! I LOVE Daisies! Yours are beautiful! xo

  10. Wow Lisa these are awesome and my fav flower too!

  11. LOVE these, Lisa! Love the double daisy!
    Love it on blue…no,wait…green’s my favorite….Oooh..now brown’s my favorite!
    That settles that…they’re ALL my favorites!

  12. Sweet, daisies are my favorite too! Daisies are happy flowers. What a cool way to use that tip….

  13. Christine de Klerk says:

    Beautiful,happy and elegant all at the same time! Cookies that makes you smile! Thanks for sharing!

  14. These are really pretty! I’m not usually a big fan of brown to be honest, but with these cookies it is perfect – the brown ones are my favourite too!

  15. These daisy cookies are just perfect! I like the brown best too and I have a friend who loves chocolate brown that I can’t wait to bake these for! Also, running out tomorrow to pick up the rose tip. It gives the flowers a certain “authenticity….”

  16. These are beautiful. Almost to pretty to eat… almost. I love the green!

  17. These are so pretty! Loving the green!

  18. I love designs that have a simple elegance to them. These are beautiful. My favorites are the ones with the brown background but I’m also loving the green ones with the double petals. I may have to borrow this design for my Mother’s Day cookies. :)

  19. Sarah (Canterbury Cakes) says:

    What a great technique! I adore the brown version – they are so eye catching & work so well as a colour scheme.

  20. Well, I don’t know if anyone loves daisies as much as me – they were my wedding flower! I might be the only one on the planet who had daisies for their wedding! Wish I would have had these cookies too! :) Beautiful!

  21. I will have to try this technique; they sure look pretty! Sunflowers are my favorite, but daisies are a close second:)

  22. Just wanted to thank you for sharing such a beautiful cookie. what a nice Spring touch. You almost don’t want to eat them.

  23. These are so cute!! I love to bake and decorate and I think one day I may actually do that for a living and this is such great inspiration! Thank you!!

  24. I LOVE these daisies!!!! It’s a good thing I am just seeing this now, or my daisy tutorial wouldn’t have been all that original, lol. These are absolutely gorgeous!!!!

  25. This is a great technique and the cookies are gorgeous!

  26. Lisa, thank you so much for this tutorial. I just love these cookies and can’t wait to try them! I think they would be pretty no matter what color you do!

  27. The cookies are great, but could you tell me where I can find the ant cookie cutter. Thanks

    • It is the caterpillar cutter in the second picture. If you click the link to Off the Beaten Path or Karen’s Cookies it will take you right to their sites where you can purchase it.

  28. Hi Lisa,

    Thank you for these, pretty girly and who doesn’t love a daisy. Yes, and just love all the colours and cannot pick a favourite. l am new to the wonderful world of cookies, but am hooked hooked hooked. Thank you so much for sharing and inspiring. I did try to emulate your daisy, but disaster!!. I know you hold the fat end of the tip away, but is that the narrow side or the wide as I just must try again. Warm wishes from Australia.

  29. I’m a cake decorator but i love to make cookies. I really love your cookie design & etc. like everyone I can’t wait to try your tips. thanks

  30. OMG! Gorgeous I love this site already, and that’s just after one post. I am adding you to my blogroll now. Clever name. And those cookies look awesome.You make it look easy. Must try,must try if my hands don’t shake all over the place. The Princess’ hands are a bit shaky some times. I’ll atleast ATTEMPT these.
    -The Teen Princess of Buttermilk Springs

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