Q: Do you sale cookies?
A: Yes I do. I work a full time job, and have a family to take of, but I do sale cookies. I am limited
on the number of cookies I can handle at a time, so if you are interested, I recommend
that you contact me in advance of your event, to make sure I am available on the date needed.
Q: Do you ship Cookies?
A: Missouri Cottage Law does NOT allow me to ship cookies. If you are interested in cookies, feel
free to contact me, and I can help you find a cookie decorator locally to you.
Q: What cookie recipe do you use?
A: I use a the recipe that I started with, with a few minor modifications.
You can find the recipe Here. Thank you Pam from CookieCrazie, for sharing this recipe.
This is an unconventional cookie recipe, it contains sour cream, which gives it a wonderful,
soft texture, it is a 'no-chill' recipe, and it bakes 'low and slow', which yields a soft, thick
cookie that I LOVE!
Q: What icing recipe do you you?
A: Once again, I turn to Pam at Cookie Crazie and use her recipe that she so generously
shared. You can find it Here
Q: You don't decorate with Royal Icing? Why? What do you use?
A: No, I do not decorate my cookies with the traditional Royal Icing! GASP! I use a Glaze to
decorate my cookies. Why? Well, the number one reason is, that is what I started with,
it is what I use to learn cookie decorating, it is what I LOVE, and most importantly, it is
what my customers LOVE!
Yes, there are limitations with glaze, but I find that the good, far out weigh the bad.
Glaze is much softer then Royal Icing, it does not hate a bite or crunch that traditional
Royal Icing does. It remains soft, yet dry enough to package and ship. It also helps the cookies
remain soft, I have had customers tell me they have eaten cookies they have had for 4 weeks, and
they are still soft and yummy! Pin It