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Pink Rose Cookies

A purple and white background with pink rose cookies and pink and white straws.

Pink Rose Cookies

One of my favourite seasons is spring. Just like spring, new life blossoms. What personifies this very occurrence for me are flowers. So, why not make super delicious sugar cookies but, make them pink rose cookies?

Spring is a time for new beginnings and to start anew. That can be translated to so many parts of our lives. This can be planning to change ourselves, starting something new, and just growing after a long winter.

Spring is right around the corner and to celebrate that, make these seasonal cookies! These are great to ring in spring or to celebrate National Plant a Flower Day.

Six sugar cookies that are unfrosted, with a stick of butter, green fondant, red food colouring, and powdered sugar are the ingredients needed.

Things You Will  Need:

Yields: 12 decorated cookies

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Buttercream frosting in pink with cookies on the side of bowl ready to be iced.

Step 1:

Ensure that your cookies are cool to the touch before decorating.

The key element to these cookies is the beautiful pink buttercream. To make, begin by beating softened butter, confectioners’ sugar and milk on medium. Increase the speed to high.

Add red gel food coloring and continue beating until buttercream is completely tinted. The buttercream is ready once it is smooth and forms semi-stiff peaks.

Pink buttercream being added into piping bag. Cookies and green fondant are pictured.

Step 2:

Scoop the buttercream into a piping bag, with a star tip.

Five cookies, with a green fondant ball and one cookie iced as a rose. A piping bag tip is shown.

Step 3:

Starting in the center, frost each cookie in a circular motion.

Two frosted cookies with a ball of green fondant that is being formed into leaves.

Step 4:

Roll 12 small spheres out of your green fondant and another 12 that are slightly smaller. Flatten them out slightly and give them one pointed end.

Green fondant leaves are being given detail with toothpicks.

Step 5 :

With a toothpick, score little lines on each leaf to give them a more realistic and texturized look. Place two (one of each size) on each cookie.

Serve and enjoy!

Pink Rose Cookies
Yield: 12 cookies

Pink Rose Cookies

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Cooling Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Super easy and delicious sugar cookies styled to look like roses. Perfect for the welcoming spring, for National Plant a Flower Day or just for fun! 

Ingredients

  • 12 your favorite sugar cookies, cut into circles about 1.5 inches in diameter
  • 1/4 cup unsalted butter, softened
  • 1 cup confectioners’ sugar
  • 1-2 tbsp milk
  • 2 small drops red gel food coloring
  • 3 oz green fondant

Instructions

  1. Ensure that your cookies are cool to the touch before decorating.
  2. The key element to these cookies is the beautiful pink buttercream. To make, begin by beating softened butter, confectioners’ sugar and milk on medium. Increase the speed to high.
  3. Add red gel food coloring and continue beating until buttercream is completely tinted. The buttercream is ready once it is smooth and forms semi-stiff peaks.
  4. Scoop the buttercream into a piping bag, with a star tip. Starting in the center, frost each cookie in a circular motion.
  5. Roll 12 small spheres out of your green fondant and another 12 that are slightly smaller. Flatten them out slightly and give them one pointed end.
  6. With a toothpick, score little lines on each leaf to give them a more realistic and texturized look. Place two (one of each size) on each cookie.
  7. Serve and enjoy!

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Final product of rose sugar cookies surrounded by purple and white background with pink and white straws.

Celebrate Spring

Now you are all set to make these super cute cookies! I don’t know about you but, I am so excited for spring weather. We had a little taste of it yesterday and it was amazing.

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How do you welcome Spring?

Let me know, til then–cheers m’deres!

 

 

 

 

 

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66 Comments

  1. Hmmmm yum! This Pink Rose Cookies look sooo beautiful and I am sure they taste awesome,too! Can’t wait to try them.

  2. You made these flowers look so easy, buy I have tried it and find it a talent. Beautiful creations you made, and so tempting to eat. I love icing.

  3. These are such pretty cookies, it seems almost a shame to eat them! Definitely too delicious not to though!

  4. Wow, this is so delicious and so easy to make. These cookies are so beautiful for me to eat!Hahaha!

  5. I love the way these turned out. I need to try to make these with my daughter. She loves creative things like this, thanks for sharing!

  6. These cookies imlooks so cute and sassy. Little girls will really love this eating this kind of cookies.

  7. I love how pretty these pink rose cookies are. This will be great for a mother’s day gift. Pink is always a happy vibe for our beautiful mom.

  8. One of the absolute best things about cookies is the sheer variety. They are perfect on the go and their design will make you smile. :))

  9. That pink rose cookies is really too cute to eat. That’s actually one of my favorite color and I’m sure that kids will love it too!

  10. What is it about pink cookies? These are my fave and now I am attempt to make them! Perfect spring treat!

  11. Such adorable cookies. I’m so excited to make some of those cookies with my kids. Thanks for sharing!

  12. Oh my, this is too cute to eat. This will disappear at home in no time. Its gonna be a huge hit.

  13. These are so pretty for Spring or any occasion! I’ve never been very good at piping…your roses came out perfectly!

  14. These look too good to eat and so beautifully decorated x We’d love to give this a good over Easter and they would make a good Mothers Day gift x

  15. These are so colorful and look really tasty! I love when recipes don’t seem overwhelming or lengthy, but produce beautiful results!

  16. These are really cute and not that hard to make, would be wonderful for a little girl’s princess party.

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