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Even If You’re a Rookie, You Can Decorate These Showstopper Cookies

Posted on February 01, 2018

Channel your inner Christina Tosi, even if you don't have the multiple years of baking experience. These 8 showstopping cookie art ideas are too sweet to pass up, even if you are a rookie. Scroll down for the recipe and materials needed to recreate these cookies!

"Eat Me" Cookies

You'll definitely get your message across with these cookies.


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Galaxy Cookies

No two galaxies were created equal. Have fun splatter painting!


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Paintable Cookies

Your kiddos will love adding their own creativity to these crafty cookies. Just pipe any design and let them color the rest!


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Watercolor Cookies

Let physics take over and be the artists with these watercolor cookies.


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Flower Cookies

This hack is for all you who like to color within the lines. Take any shaped cookie cutter and make a soft imprint in your cookie dough before you bake!

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Lipalicious Valentine's Day Cookies

Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Get crafty and creative this year with these lipalicious, heart-shaped Valentine's Day cookies.


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Geode Cookies

These cookies are the perfect gift for your favorite geologist with a sweet tooth.


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Jackson Pollock Cookies

Channel your inner Jackson Pollock with these dippable cookies.


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Prep time: 20 minutes

Complexity: Intermediate

Servings: 6 cookies per batch



For the sugar cookie dough:

For the icing:



  1. Mix together flour, baking powder, salt, and sugar.
  2. Add an egg, vanilla extract, and softened butter.
  3. Mix well and roll it out with a rolling pin until you reach the desired thickness.
  4. Cut with cookie cutters and place on the baking sheet.
  5. Bake at 350*F for 10 minutes.
  6. Make the icing by mixing powdered sugar, meringue powder, and warm milk.
  7. Whisk the mixture until combined.
  8. Add food coloring.
  9. Fill the piping bag with icing and pipe the cookies following the piping instructions. Use a skewer to help spread icing to all edges of the cookie.