Cotton Candy Cookies
Hi, my name is Lisa and I am a cotton candy junkie! I honestly think the convenient stores see me coming and move the racks to the front by the register. It is right there within my reach when I am paying for my gas. I have to force myself to keep my hands in my pocket or I will go for that sugar high every chance I get.
I am trying to get healthy these days so, I have decided to use these cookies to help me curve my cravings. I don’t know if it will work but, I like the way these cotton candy cookies turned out so I guess it is a win, win situation.
Cotton Candy Cookie Supplies:
This picture is a little out of order. I must have been on a sugar high or been sleep decorating again. Anyhow, follow the steps below and use the picture as a guide.
- Outline the top of the cotton candy cookie with pink and let it dry for about 20 minutes.
- Flood the top of the cotton candy with pink.
- Airbrush the edges of the candy only and let dry for a few minutes. For information on how to airbrush, click here.
- Outline and flood the cone white and let it dry completely.
Next, us a paintbrush to paint strips on the cone with red gel color. Add a little water to some food gel color and paint on the cookie. Don’t stress because it’s easy!
I really think the airbrush makes these cookie super cute. Just lightly spraying the edge gives them some dimension that I can’t achieve with icing alone. If you don’t have an airbrush gun, you can use Petal dust to give it a similar look.
Here are more cookies to help with your snack attacks:
Munchkin Munchies- Corn Dog Cookies
Sweet Sugar Belle- Chips and Salsa Cookies
Sweet Sugar Belle-Pizza Cookies
Ali Bee Bake Shop- Pie Cookies