Now onto the easiest cookie on-a-stick ever...
I used a sugar cookie dough, rolled it out, grabbed a small (1.5-inch) biscuit cutter and went to town cutting out reindeer noses. I then inserted popsicle sticks and baked them. When cooled, they were iced using red (AmeriColor Super Red soft gel food paste) tinted royal icing. While the icing was still wet I sprinkled on red decorating sugar. Let dry completely.
Here's a pictorial:
The cookie on the left was baked with the stick inserted, but some bakers prefer to add the stick by attaching it with royal icing after it's baked. It's up to you.
Fill a decorating bag with the red royal icing, fitted with a #2 or#3 decorating tip. Outline the cookie with the icing.
Fill the cookie with the red royal icing. t doesn't have to be perfect since it's going to be covered in sanding sugar. :)
Immediately sprinkle red sanding sugar, liberally, over the cookie.
Shake off the excess sugar and save it for later.
Reindeer noses, all ready for the little ones (or big ones, for that matter, haha)!
That's all there is to it! I told you it was easy~peasy:)
How cute would these Rudolph Nose cookies on-a-stick be for a party favor or photo-op? As you can see, very cute!
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