GALLERY - INSPIRATION

My 
Ultimate "I'm Allergic To Everything"
Cut-Out Cookies
Ingredients:
--1 box 1-2-3 Gluten Free Lindsay's Lipsmackin' Sugar Cookies Baking Mix (this is the best one I have found for the right cookie flavor & consistency.)
--2 1/2 Tbsp Ener-G Egg replacer
--3T unsweetened original Almond milk (warmed but not hot)
--2 sticks Fleischmann's Unsalted Margarine (room temperature)
--1/2-3/4 cup Tapioca Flour
--parchment paper
Instructions:
Pre-heat oven to 375degF.
Mix baking powder into dry baking mix and set aside. 
Place room temp margarine in mixer with paddle attachment and cream until very fluffy ~ 3 mins.  Stop mixer. 
Add 1/2 cup of baking mix. Mix into margarine on lowest setting until just incorporated. Set aside.
Place egg replacer into a Pyrex glass liquid measuring bowl. Add warm almond milk and whip with a whisk (or hand mixer) until no lumps and starts to fluff. Think... beating an egg.
Add egg replacer mixture to mixing bowl. Turn mixer on low-medium until just incorporated.
Add the rest of the baking mix slowly to bowl and mix on low-med, scraping down sides of mixing bowl until it starts to make a dough. Don't over-mix... it will look crumbly at first but will quickly come together to look exactly like a standard cut-out cookie dough.
Cut dough in half and wrap each half in plastic wrap and place in refrigerator for 1 hour.
Prep counter. I use a DoughEZ system to roll out all my doughs. You can use a Silpat or parchment too. Sprinkle work surface lightly, if needed (very lightly) with tapioca flour. Roll out dough (again, using as little tapioca flour as possible to keep it from sticking. The more you use the dryer the cookies will be).
Cut out shapes. 3.25" size cutters or less work seem to work best.
Place on parchment-lined cookie sheet. Bake 4 mins. Turn and rotate sheets. Bake 4-5 more (depending on size of cookie). Cookies should not dimple when lightly pressed, but still be without browning. It's ok if they have a tiny bit of brown but not a lot or they will be hard and dry.
Cool on rack and decorate!!! Blessings!!

 

"So many talented and creative minds! 
Thank you for using our stencil expressions in your
own artistic expressions, be it cookies, paper art
or anything else you dream up to create!

I am SO thankful for each and every client God sends our way. ❤️"


Our cookie bestie, Julie from Wish Upon A Cookie TX
created these amazing cookie sets using our designs!!
Thank you for sharing your friendship and talent with us Julie!
Visit her FB page or Instagram for more fun inspiration.
 


Inspiration from Sweet An's Cookies.
We just LOVE your take on our platter sets.Thank you An!
Visit An's Fabulous Facebook page to see her awesome creations.
 
 

Laura P. used our wood background to make fun Scrabble cookies.
Wood, ceramic and other artists could create this same look
using your media of choice as well!
So ingenious and FUN!!! Thanks for sharing with us Laura. :)


PYO fun from Jenn's Cookie Creations, Chili, NY.
Visit Jenn's FB page for interactive and creative designs.



I would be a bad friend if I didn't share my bestie's incredible talent...
Michelle, from The Cookie Cutters...
yeah, it's all her fault we are here today BTW lol.
This is a set she commissioned and we both agreed it was just too fun
and necessary for you not to be in the shop so... we added it :)
"Hockey Sticks/Skates/Pucks Background"
"Graduation Caps background"
"Sunburst Background", "Congrats Greeting"
and a custom Hamilton College "H" Logo.
Wonderful congrats gift for a college grad!!! Thank you Michelle!