Have you heard of Wilton sugar sheets or have you ever used Wilton sugar sheets? Well, it's a quick and easy way to decorate a cookie. After finding the colorful baskets, I knew these cookies would be a perfect fit. Topped with the edible paper, it's A Party on a Cookie!
When I packaged them up, it became a party in a basket~
After letting the frosting set overnight, I carefully stacked the cookies in the basket and tied it with a tag. I didn't ask if any were smashed, I just hoped for the best.
Let's make them, I know you want to~
The sugar sheets came in strips, with gift designs and a border, which I think were to be used on a cake. Only I wasn't making a cake, I was making cookies. So this is what I did...I baked round cookies a little larger then the gift design, piped buttercream frosting with a Wilton #9 tip in a spiral covering the entire cookie.
These little gifts punched right off the sheet -Yea, no breakage! Then I put a gift on each round cookie before the frosting dried. Now for the confetti, I cut out and baked rectangle cookies and cut the border (confetti) into pieces. Frosted each cookie with the same #9 Wilton tip and then topped with the confetti.
See those baskets? Yep, it was meant to be. And now all my cookies are ready for the party.
Happy Birthday Oliver!