Supply List

Before we can get started with the fun stuff, let’s make sure we have everything we need.

First, review the recipes supplied for this class to make sure your pantry is stocked with the basics (flour, sugar, butter, etc.) Beyond that, there are a few additional supplies we’ll need.

The Essentials

  • Meringue Powder
  • Tipless Piping Bags
  • Gel Food Coloring (listed below are the “Americolor” brand colors I used for this class.  If you prefer a different brand, simply reference the color dots on the color guide to make your closest approximation)
    • Super Red
    • Ivory
    • Warm Brown
    • Blush
    • Wedgewood
    • Mint Green
    • Leaf Green
    • Taupe
    • Super Black
    • Bright White
  • An edible ink marker (fine-tip black is preferred)
  • A gold dust or a pre-mixed gold paint.  Some options include:
  • A liquid to dilute gold dust (e.g. vodka, grain alcohol, clear vanilla)
  • A medium flat brush and a fine-tip brush (that have both only been used with food-safe products)
  • A clean plastic paint palette or plastic plate
  • A scribe tool (or pointy toothpick)
  • A pen blade or sharp paring knife if you plan to hand-cut your cookies
  • Sharp scissors
  • A rolling pin (ideally with thickness guides)
  • Access to a printer to print templates

For your convenience, I’ve compiled this supply list on my Amazon storefront.  Head on over if there’s anything you’re missing!  If you plan to buy a number of Americolor gels, check the Americolor website.  The gels are much cheaper than on Amazon but the shipping costs can add up.  So just check the math as to which works out as the best deal for you.

Cookie Cutters

In this class, as always, cookie shape templates are offered so that everyone is able to hand-cut their shapes without needing to purchase cutters.  But for those of you in the U.S. who would prefer to purchase cutters, I have great news!  I’ve teamed up with Sugar Rex to give you an option to purchase high quality cutters at a bundle price!  Buy cutters HERE

If you wish to utilize the templates provided to hand-cut your shapes, you’ll first need to print your templates and cut around the outline of each shape. You can then place the cut-out paper on your dough and use a penblade or sharp paring knife for hand-cutting the shapes.