How to Make Easy Woodland Log Cookies

Woodland Log Cookies are fun to make and simple because you don’t have to use a specific pattern. You can pipe thick brown royal icing to the edge of a circle cookie and fill it with tan royal icing and you’ve got yourself a really cute woodland log cookie. They’re great for Father’s Day, Yeti, hunting, and many other cookie sets. I enjoy them because you can freehand the entire cookies and they look a little like logs you see in nature.

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If you add a little airbrush color to them I think it makes them look more like the real thing. Let’s get started.

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How to Make Purple Ladybug Cookies

Do you like ladybugs? I hope so because we’re going to make ladybug cookies because I’ve always liked them. Well, that was until I...
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How to Make Simple Acorn Cookies

You probably think it’s weird that I’m posting Simple Acorn Cookies in May, but bear with me for a minute. There is a set...
How to Make Memorial Day Cookies Part of Your Celebration

How to Make Memorial Day Cookies Part of Your Celebration

Memorial Day is almost here and I have a few Memorial Day Cookies to share with you, but first let’s talk about Memorial Day....
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How to Make Easy Nurse Hat Cookies

Are you looking for simple cookies to make for our amazing medical workers? If you are, here is a simple set of easy nurse...