Haniela's: Ice Cream Cone Cookies

Monday, July 19, 2010

Ice Cream Cone Cookies


Ice Cream Cone Cookies
a cool and refreshing sight to see
an ice cream cone is a sugar cookie
decorated and looking so mighty fine
may not be icy but sure looks divine
© Iris Zuares
Creative works of Iris can be also
viewed on her flickr page eyewrisz

 I had some leftover sugar cookie dough in the freezer so I decided to make some ice cream cone cookies.
I have 2 ice cream cone cookie cutters  but they seem to be way too big, at least I think so. I decided to make the template and this is what I came up with. I'm pretty happy with the shape and the size.

I really like the cone with the shading of light brown and dark brown, a bit different than the usual ice cream cone cookies.

My cute little friend Miss Katie modeled for me with my cookies, and her sweet reward? ...A cookie. I think she liked it very much. Thanks for posing for me Katie .


HOW TO  HAND CUT COOKIES
I hand cut these using Xacto X3311 N0. 1 Precision Knife With 5 No. 11 Blades , when hand cutting cookies using exacto knife make sure you chill your rolled dough. I actually put my rolled dough into the freezer for 110 minutes, making sure it is firm enough but not rock hard.




Katie was not the only one who wanted to taste my cookies..it was a close call though, Raider almost got it.;-) We had a good laugh.









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10 comments:

  1. I LOVE these ice cream cone cookies, the swirled ice cream on top is too cute...they are just precious and the colors are so sweet!

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  2. Adorable! I don't seem to get smooth edges when cutting with exacto knife... I must be doing something wrong...

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  3. Thank you ladies so much for your wonderful comments.I'm really happy how these turned out too.

    Bea, I have tried different knives and exacto knife or a small paring knife work best for me. I struggle with the edges too, keeping the dough chilled really helps me to keep the edge tearing to minimum.
    Hope this helps.

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  4. Love these icecream cookies. You have done a great job on the icing, finishes them off nicely :)

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  5. I love these ice cream cookies too! Esp the swirls on top! You made it look so much like the real ice cream! So pretty!

    Great photos too! I love the little pug dog wanting to taste it too! my sis use to have this breed of dog..they are so adorable!

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  6. HEY! These cookies are soooo precious, Hani. They look especially wonderful with Katie modeling them - and Pugalicious too! How cute - he's laughing. Looks like a wonderful day everyone had - love the whole article.

    xoxo, j.

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  7. They really do look so cool and refreshing. It's like a 3D cookie!

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  8. OMG!! Those are just too cute!

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  9. MrsKT, thanks for your comment, it could be smoother but overall I'm pretty happy with these.

    Faithy, isn't he adorable, he was doing all kinds of maneuvers to get closer to the cookie.
    Glad you like it. I too like the shading

    June, sweetie thanks for stopping by. Pugalicious..lol that is one cool expression, Katie will love that.It was a fun day for sure.
    xoxo

    Sweet Things TO, thank you for your encouraging words.

    Jenniffer, glad you like them. Too bad they are all gone now, all eaten.

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  10. Excellent job on the cookies Hana!

    Katie & Raider both look very cute...
    You really captured their essence.

    Joe

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