Friday, June 1, 2012

Peter Rabbit Wafer Paper Cookies


These were the very first wafer papers I made (and among the first cookie photos, hence the poor lighting, &c.). I used a 2.25"H cookie cutter from the R & M Fluted Rectangular Cookie Cutter Set—it seemed pricey at the time, but has turned out to be the set I use most. There are 3 different designs, and I piped a pearl-like border for them. Grownups and kids alike wanted to gobble them up. I only had one, because they were so pretty, I just couldn't!

Start with sugar cookies iced white.
Icing must be hard (about 2 days).

 
Cut wafer paper images to the size
of your iced rectangle. 

"Glue" with light corn syrup. 

 
Pipe dots on the edge.

 
Finished!

The wafer papers can be gotten HERE.

For more detailed directions for how to use wafer papers,
visit: How to Decorate Cookies with Wafer Papers.

Happy decorating!
Anniina

2 comments:

  • Just Us Hens and Chicks says:
    May 1, 2016 at 9:08 PM

    I bought my wafers from www.etsy.com/listing/72323185/20-peter-rabbit-beatrix-potter?ref=shop_home_active_76. Thanks for the excellent tutorial. The cookies were the hit of the baby shower.

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    August 30, 2017 at 3:29 AM

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