Cookie Exchange & Easy Royal Icing Recipe


I love Christmas Cookies... and love EVEN MORE a Christmas Cookie Exchange!!  I was excited to be invited to make last year's invitation, but was even more excited to practice a new Royal Icing technique I found on "Best Bites".  I've always seen the "runny" icing and wondered how they did it... then when I finally tried it, I was surprised to see how EASY it was!


Yum!  For you cookie lovers out there... 
My favorite Sugar Cookie & Royal Icing recipe cards are below:   



Need a picture by picture tutorial on this icing technique? Click HERE.
Oh, and feel free to print my cards if you'd like!

  If you like my recipe cards, you can see a step-by-step digital tutorial that shows how I did it - HERE.


Happy Baking!


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16 comments

  1. LOVE! those are so beautiful!!!!

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  2. What beautiful cookies - they look almost too pretty too eat! I did say 'almost' :)

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  3. I've been looking for a simple royal icing recipe. I might need to put on some Christmas music and try a batch!

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  4. I've been trying to figure out what kind of icing that is on the cookies that I've seen so much of and that are super cute!! So glad I came across this on the idea door, THANK YOU!!

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  5. Thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday over at Sugar Bee Craft Edition - I featured you today! - Mandy, www.craftedition.blogspot.com

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  6. Just stopping by from Tatertots and Jello...those cookies are beautiful. I love food that both looks good and tastes good!

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  7. Your cookies are so yummy looking and so festive! What pretty colors. You did a great job! Joni

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  8. Those look beautiful and tasty too! Thanks for sharing your recipes! Would love for you to visit Sew Chatty and link up to Made with Love Monday! http://sewchatty.blogspot.com

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  9. I love your cookies! So cute!

    Hope you can stop by on Thursday for my Holly Bloggy Christmas Recipe party!

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  10. Always love your stuff! Not sure why I haven't started following until now. But now I am!

    Come enter my linky party as well as the current giveaways!!

    http://gigglesglitzandglam.blogspot.com/2010/12/glam-party-6-gifts-that-give-back.html

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  11. Can't thank you enough. I've always been too scared to try my hand at icing, but this was almost foolproof. And the cards are just darling. I linked back to you to make sure every I know tries this.

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  12. I have made these before and I was also amazed at how easy they are.
    Your cookies look fabulous!
    Doesn't that just make you proud when something turns out so nice like that?!

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  13. Your cookies look great! I love any thing with snowflakes. I came here via Simply Sweet Home Holly Bloggy Christmas link party . My post is snowflake cutout cookies.

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  14. These are adorable! And I've been wondering about that icing technique. Definitely going to be using it on some cookies I plan to make with my little guy this year. Thank you for linking up to Homemade Christmas!

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  15. those cookies look delicious and cookie exchange parties are so very fun

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  16. Hi there! Just wanted to let you know I featured these for the Homemade Christmas Recipes portion of my Christmas party today! Thanks again for linking up. :)

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