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Tried these out this afternoon! I'm a Starbucks Maple Oat Scone fan, this recipe is similar in texture and appearance to Starbucks scones. I'm anxious to try it in the morning with my coffee. I made my glaze with a little milk, vanilla, melted butter and powdered sugar. They turned out really pretty! This was my first try at making scones. I also found a Maple Oat Scone recipe that I'm going to try out this week.
Thanks for the recipe! They look yummy!!!
I use plastic ziplock baggies and snip off the corner.
what area are the shelved in? I haven't seen them at Michaels.
I'm sure you know this but you tube has quite a few "how to" videos.
http://forum.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=448253&postdays=0&postorder=asc&&start=0I have used Pillsbury sugar cookie dough. I normally use NFSC which I really don't think is all that grand but it does hold up well. I keep Pillsbury dough in the freezer so when my grandkids visit I can let them play and cut out cookies. I recently made some cookies for a baby shower and ran out of dough, I needed to make just a few more cookies and decided to...
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Can't help you with the question but just want to welcome you to the forum!
Just wanted to share this with you. I’m sure some of you have a better method but I had to improvise and it worked out great! I recently made 60 cookies for a baby shower. I had just finished some elaborate packaging with cello bags, ribbons and labels when it suddenly dawned on me .... how was I going to transport them to the shower??? I didn’t want to stack them in my oblong cake taker, I was afraid it would chip some of the royal icing. I filled up two oblong carriers...
white on white or use a very pale blue with white accents.
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