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Cookie Decorating Book

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Autumn Carpenter Cookie Decorating

Autumn Carpenter Cookie Decorating

Decorating cookies is a wonderful way to create small, edible works of art. From simple piping to elaborate hand molding, there are limitless ways to beautify cookies. Cookie Decorating takes the satisfying art of decorating cookies to a new level with fabulous, new techniques as well as traditional and classic styles of decorating. Easy-to-follow directions for each type of decorating with beautiful photographs allow any level of cookie decorator to create these mini masterpieces. Each chapter provides a collection of decorated cookies to inspire your creativity. General decorating and baking techniques include: Baking Tools, Decorating Tools, Roll-Out Dough, Molding, Piped Thinned Dough, Buttercream, Run Sugar, "Watercolor" Painting, Egg Wash Glaze, Fondant, Candy Coating, and more. Fun projects include: Ornaments, Gingerbread Garland, Gingerbread Houses, Giant Cookies, Cookie Bouquets, Cookie Bowls and more.

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Storybook Fairytale cake

Storybook Fairytale cake

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Chocolate cake filled with cookies 'n' cream Swiss meringue buttercream. Covered with fondant, decorated with fondant & gumpaste.

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cookie decorating book

cookie decorating book

Melissa & Doug Slice and Bake Cookie Set

Melissa & Doug Toys - Slice and Bake Cookie Set. Melissa & Doug Toys - Slice and Bake Cookie Set This colorful wooden set includes 12 wooden, sliceable cookies and 12 toppings, wooden knife, spatula, cookie sheet and a kitchen mitt for safe, "low-calorie" play! The cookies store in a durable dough tube. Share hours of fun with your child! Order the Melissa & Doug Toys - Slice and Bake Cookie Set today, from Brookstone. Dimensions: 10.5" x 13.5" x 3.25"

Young children naturally love to pretend they're doing "grown-up" things -- it's a fun and important part of childhood development. The Melissa & Doug Wooden Slice and Bake Cookie Set lets children ages three and up pretend to bake, decorate, and serve cookies, all while practicing fine motor skills, learning number concepts, and more. The set includes a dozen wooden cookies, a dozen wooden decorating pieces, and toy wooden kitchen utensils.

Slice and Bake Cookie Set
Ages: 3+

What We Think

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The Good: Sturdy, high-quality wooden toy is built to last, offers plenty of opportunity for both independent and interactive pretend play

The Challenging: It's a toy with a lot of individual pieces, but it includes handy, clever storage solutions

In a Nutshell: Wooden cookie set comes with toy kitchen utensils, providing fun tools to foster imaginary play in preschool-age children

Kids love using the wooden spatula to remove their cookie creations from the tray.
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"Slice" cookies from the tube of "dough" with the wooden toy knife. View larger.

Bake Up Something Good
The Slice and Bake Cookie Set features a dozen cookies that are packaged in a cardboard tube that looks just like a tube of cookie dough from the grocery store. Because they're held together with Velcro, the cookies slide out in one piece. Use the wooden toy knife to "slice" the cookies apart -- the Velcro makes a satisfying slicing sound when it separates.
The child can then place the cookies on the cookie sheet and pretend the cookies are baking, making sure to hold the "hot" cookie sheet with the oven mitt once they're done. (Note that the toy kitchen utensils are not meant for use with real food or with real kitchen appliances.)
Once the cookies are done baking, it's decorating time! The 12 "vanilla" and "chocolate" frosting pieces attach to the cookies with Velcro. They are painted with different, yummy looking sprinkles, candy pieces, and icing patterns, so your child can create a variety of different looking cookies. After the decorating is done, your child can serve them up with the included wooden toy spatula.
Perfect for preschool-age children, this toy not only offers plenty of opportunity for imaginary play, it also helps small kids exercise their motor skills. Our preschool-age tester found it challenging, yet fun, to slice the cookies apart. And while our toy tester enjoyed playing with it independently, this toy makes a great parent-and-child activity, too.
Adults can place custom orders for cookies, play counting and matching games, and more. If you're at a loss for ideas, Melissa & Doug includes interactive play ideas on the back of the cookie sheet that help you encourage your child to learn while she plays.
Sturdy, High-Quality Construction
The Slice and Bake Cookie Set definitely has plenty of pieces, so we were glad to find that the cardboard tube is big enough to contain both the cookies and the toppings, making cleanup and organization much easier. We also love the toy's sturdy wooden construction that's built for plenty of rough play. And as with all of their products, Melissa & Doug states that this toy is made with non-toxic coatings and meets or exceeds US toy testing standards.
About Melissa & Doug
Started in the garage at Doug's parents' house in 1988, Melissa & Doug has grown to become one of the most popular toy makers in the world. Their toys have garnered dozens of parenting and "best toy" awards over the years, and have been featured widely in national print media and on television.
One of the company's points of pride is that their toys are thoroughly tested for safety, and meet all US consumer product safety regulations. The toys are tested at the factory of origin during various phases of the production process to ensure that every toy meets the company's stringent safety requirements every step along the way. In particular, the paints and coatings on Melissa & Doug toys are tested frequently to be sure they meet or exceed government recommendations limiting heavy metals and lead in children's items.
Since day one, Melissa & Doug has been in compliance with every US consumer product safety regulation and will continue to stay compliant as the laws continue to evolve, assuring parents that their children can have a safe childhood while playing with Melissa & Doug toys.
What's in the Box
12 wood cookies, 12 decorative toppings, toy cookie dough tube, wooden cookie tray, wooden spatula, wooden toy knife and oven mitt.

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