Cookie Decorating Techniques: From Design to Creation With Elisa Strauss
Ever since I was little, I loved Wonder Woman — she’s strong and smart! A few years ago, I made a Lego Batman video with all these superheroes, but she was left out! So for some nostalgia (and perfect Americana around Thanksgiving) I decided to make Wonder Woman in delicious cookie form.
See this cookie decorating techniques used to make my Wonder Woman cookie demonstrated step-by-step here:
Ready to make your own? Here’s a brief overview of the process.
You can use this transfer method on anything, including cake, cookies and sugar paste! And don’t worry – pencils are not toxic!
Note: See the video for more detailed instruction and the full list of supplies and equipment needed.
I start by getting my design the correct size and trace on parchment paper with a pencil. (I like mechanical pencils!)
Next, I flip the tracing over and rub the design onto the iced cookie.
Note: The cookie dried for at least 12 hours and pencil side down.
Fill in flesh areas with royal icing.
Add the blue fondant hot pants.
Add gold painted and white details.
Add red star and black hair.