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post #76 of 205
ok, we totally need a "pie" month for the cookie club lol
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post #77 of 205
i'm with you Khalstead
post #78 of 205
Is pie broad enough? Could you do "food" in general?

I'm not mondo creative with these types of designs so maybe there are enough pies to go around. But, I'd love to see a pizza cookie! Could somebody do a piece of fried chicken? Oh, my - plate of spaghetti with meatball?

Yes, the food would be very confusing. You'd see pizza & taste sweet fabulousness. But, it would be neat to see what everyone else can do. I'll watch...k?

Ha ha ha....
post #79 of 205
EveMarie, you are very funny. The problem with having that as a monthly theme is that since i'm craving the lemon meringue pie from that cookie idea really badly, i'm afraid i'll crave everything else and well..............there goes the diet!lol
post #80 of 205
I think the cookie club has already blown my diet! icon_wink.gif
post #81 of 205
You're right. Just getting into the baking and decorating cost me my diet! But.........i can't let it go. I'm enjoying myself and learning way too much!
post #82 of 205
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Originally Posted by endymion

What a neat idea, bonnie! Would you make the cookie the regular depth of the pie pan, or shallower to hold less filling than a real pie?

You know those cookies with jam in the middle? (...Are they called thumbprints?...) Maybe you could bake the jam on, like those, and then put a latticed cookie over the top? How fun!!!



I don't really know... it's currently only a thought in my head (and not one I've tried to see if it will work). But those little tins are only about an inch deep, so I guess you could make the cookie part more of a "crust' and have a lot of filling or make the cookie dough thicker than normal. Now I'm excited to try it, but I'm working on my "spring" cookies, so it will have to wait!
post #83 of 205
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so far we've gotten a few good ideas for future themes... keep 'em coming!

Remember, the first person who posts each month gets to choose the following months theme - so if you're itching to do a particular theme get it might be a race to see who's first to post next month! icon_biggrin.gif
post #84 of 205
Here's my pineapple pie mini-tart....not a cut out...but maybe it'll help with your visual bonniebakes !!!
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post #85 of 205
OMG that looks soooo good
post #86 of 205
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Originally Posted by bonniebakes

Quote:
Originally Posted by endymion

What a neat idea, bonnie! Would you make the cookie the regular depth of the pie pan, or shallower to hold less filling than a real pie?

You know those cookies with jam in the middle? (...Are they called thumbprints?...) Maybe you could bake the jam on, like those, and then put a latticed cookie over the top? How fun!!!



I don't really know... it's currently only a thought in my head (and not one I've tried to see if it will work). But those little tins are only about an inch deep, so I guess you could make the cookie part more of a "crust' and have a lot of filling or make the cookie dough thicker than normal. Now I'm excited to try it, but I'm working on my "spring" cookies, so it will have to wait!



Autumn Carpenter has a whole booklet about making cookie containers (which she fills with such things as mini-cookies!). Since it works for deeper pans, I think your idea with the tins should work perfectly!
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post #87 of 205
Gemini I have that book, I made heart boxes at Valentine's day filled with various candies ..they were a huge hit........only problem is I was so swamped with orders that I sent them all out and didn't take ONE single photo!!!!!! grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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post #88 of 205
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I have that booklet - I just got it recently. She has some really great ideas!
post #89 of 205
I just googled Autumn Carpenter...holy sha-moly! Sooo neat. A bunch of ideas and tools. Thanks for mentioning it!

Although, I didn't find a book that talked about cookie containers specifically. Is it inside one of the other books?
post #90 of 205
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Originally Posted by EvMarie

I just googled Autumn Carpenter...holy sha-moly! Sooo neat. A bunch of ideas and tools. Thanks for mentioning it!

Although, I didn't find a book that talked about cookie containers specifically. Is it inside one of the other books?



I think it's in the "3-D cookie projects" book....
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