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post #16 of 37
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Newtodecorating-

you know I am not quite sure what it is I dont like about them. I have tried to figure it out by eating a whole one that I made. I guess I am just used to chocolate chip. I have only used Antonia74 royal icing and I think that is good, I just think the sugar cookie taste bland maybe? And I have only done MMF accents on one cake and have thought about that too. I want to try everything to find what I like best, but that can be expensive "experimenting"! I like buttercream dream but not sure if that crust well enough when you need to package them for bouquets and such. But for individual cookies I think that would be great. I like to make bc but it just yields too much, and i would have a ton leftover and not good with refridgerating things! Any suggestions would help!
post #17 of 37
subaru - do you have the link for the cream cheese SC? I'm not having any luck finding it. TIA
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post #18 of 37
Ya'll that are from West Virginia I have a question. I have a very dear friend who is from there originally. We were talking a few weeks ago. She made a statement that baffled me. She told me she was from WV(which I knew already) She said "You know what they say about people from WV." I thought no. I didn't ask what that meant. Is there a meaning to that?
post #19 of 37
I know I'm not subaru, but I found the recipe and thought I'd post it.

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake_recipe-2120-0-Cream-cheese-sugar-cookies.html

I think I'll try the cookies on Tuesday! (Next day off...)

Sounds tasty!
post #20 of 37
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YUMMY! These look wonderful, and if they are softer I have to try them. Do you all think they could use the same idea as the NFSC as to putting them between two pieces of parchment paper and refridgerating them like that?
post #21 of 37
thank you candy177! They sound yummy, will try those next. I made the NFSC this week and thought they were a bit bland too. But I covered with MMF and they taste great now.
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post #22 of 37
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zoraya- how do they taste with mmf on them? I imagine they are probably the cheapest route rather than making a batch of bc or ri.?
post #23 of 37
dl5crew- I would be afraid to guess icon_lol.gif


My mother does not like MMF, and she did not like the NFSC. But when put together she kept munching at them. I said " I thought you didn't like MMF and NFSC?!" She said "Me too!" I really like them together.
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post #24 of 37
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That's funny! I just need to try them and get them over with. So typically do you cover the cookie in the mmf and then pipe other decorations with ricing?
post #25 of 37
I think this is the easiest method of icing cookies. I stick my cookies in the oven and while they are baking I use the same cookie cutter to cut out the MMF. While the cookies are still on the cookie sheet straight out of the oven I put the MMF on them. It kind of melts to the cookie and when cooled you have a nice evenly iced cookie. Then do your details with royal or your favorite icing that will dry.
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post #26 of 37
New to decorating: Thank you.
Ya'll have me wanting to do cookies now. What is the best pan to use?
post #27 of 37
dl5crew- icon_lol.gif you keep asking questions I have no answers for icon_lol.gif I really want to know this too icon_biggrin.gif Maybe Antonia will come along soon thumbs_up.gif
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post #28 of 37
icon_surprised.gif SORRY> icon_redface.gif
post #29 of 37
icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif I hope you don't take me serious icon_rolleyes.gif I am NOT a serious person icon_biggrin.gif I am joking with you!
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post #30 of 37
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What do you mean which pan to use? Do you mean the cookie sheet you just bake them on? I just use a plain ole' cookie sheet.
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