Renshaw Americas Brand Associate Partner, Reva Alexander-Hawk, shares a stunning tutorial for elegant royal-iced cookies. The beautiful cookies use the Renshaw Americas Shelf-Stable Royal Icing, which is a ready-made product developed for busy bakers and cakers. Reva notes, “I love the Renshaw and Rainbow dust product lines, and the royal icing is a must have. It’s so convenient to be able to use a high quality off-the-shelf product without having to make a batch from scratch every-time I need a little icing for a project.” The Renshaw Royal Icing was developed with Brand Ambassador, Nicholas Lodge, and can be used on cakes, cookies, cupcakes, and more for everything from string work to stenciling. Check out the full tutorial below!
Gorgeous Gilded Cookies
Cookie tutorial by Reva Alexander-Hawk.
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- Sugar Cookies in a frame or plaque shape (cooled and ready for decorating)
- Palette Knife
- Renshaw Shelf-Stable Royal Icing
- Rainbow Dust Edible Metallic Paints – Gold, Baby Pink
- Artists Paintbrush
- Piping bag and Coupler
- PME Piping tips Numbers #2, #3, #ST50
Renshaw White Royal Icing is a ready to use paste that is ideal for creating intricate shapes & flowers.
It is perfect for covering, piping, detailed work and run outs on both cakes and biscuits. Fine writing and decorations can be achieved by using a number 1 or 2 nozzle.
Step 1: Start by icing your cookies with your preferred method, whether it is ﬂooded or dipped just make sure your cookies are dry and the covering is even. Then, using an art screen and some edible luster dust, create a patterned design on your cookies.
Reva notes: Be careful not to smear your design.
2: With a piping bag ﬁtted with a coupler and a bag ﬁlled with ivory tinted Renshaw Shelf Stable Royal Icing, start by piping swirls and twirls along the edge of your cookie with a variety of piping tips. I used PME tips number #2,#3, #ST50.
3: Once the royal icing has dried I use Rainbow Dust Edible Metallic Paints to guild the piped details.
Reva notes: To achieve a Rose Gold color I ﬁrst paint on the Metallic Gold and then over paint it with the Baby Pink Metallic.