Love Her Madly, on Valentine's Day Say it With Iced Cookies

Love her madly, on Valentine's Day, say it with iced cookies like these in recipe from Biscuiteers Book of Iced Cookies (Kyle Books, 2011) by Harriett Hastings and Sarah Moore 

I love you madly

This simple-to-ice collection of cookies has been designed to make messy icing look good. They are perfect to have some fun with and send a romantic message at the same time. Write “I LOVE YOU”—
in a mad fashion... and you don’t have to wait for Valentine’s Day!

the instructions are simple...

Squeeze squiggles of line icing all over the letters and hearts just like wiggly spaghetti. * Vary the order in which you add the colors if you like and add little baubles if you want some sparkle. For a more sophisticated look, ice an outline, flood, and dry before icing madly.




letters (in any size you like)


1 quantity lemon flavored Plain Cookie dough (see page 33);
makes approx. 16 cookies

1 quantity Basic Royal Icing see page 21)

line icing

pea green
Aegean blue


colored baubles

(* Image and Excerpt from Biscuiteers Book of Iced Cookies byHarriet Hastings and Sarah Moore-Kyle Books, U.S publication, August 2011- all rights reserved)

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