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Easy Poinsettia Platter

December 10, 2012 |75 Comments »

The holiday season means many things to me.  It’s a time of peace and goodwill, precious moments with family and friends, and lots of sweets and treats.  The holiday season also means that I will be super duper busy, so I’m always looking for cute cookie ideas that can be made in a hurry.

These easy poinsettia platters were the next logical step after my Thanksgiving Turkey platter. Using the same leaf cutter and a simple flower I arranged the cookies in the shape of this classic Christmas flower.

Making this type of platter requires a bit of pre-planning but it’s really easy to do.  To begin, use your cutters to guesstimate how many cookies you will need.  Bake a few more than you think you’ll need just in case.  It’s better to have too many than not enough.

Once the cookies are baked and cooled lay them out before decorating to get an idea of how the final arrangement will look.  Next, transfer the cookies back to the cookie sheet in an organized fashion and decorate as simply as possible.

When you’re ready to put everything together start by layering a cake doily and a bit of plastic wrap on a round platter or cake plate to keep the cookies in place.

Next, arrange the cookies around the edges building each layer until the platter is full.  I added a few leaves as fillers, but this is optional.

Finally, add the center cookie.  I used a simple flower cookie decorated with gold sugar pearls, but you can choose anything you like.

With minimal time and effort you can create a showstopping platter worthy of the most elegant holiday dessert table.  This color palette would work well for these cookies, but they’d also look amazing in shimmery silver and blue.  Don’t be afraid to experiment.

I hope this idea makes its way onto your Christmas baking list.

Happy holidays!

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Of all the Christmas desserts you can whip up this holiday season, Christmas cookies might just be the most fun—especially if you have some festive holiday cookie cutters on hand. Need to refresh your Christmas cookie cutter stash? We rounded up 10 amazing options worth adding to your collection.

Baking cookies is one of Ree Drummond's favorite Christmas traditions. "I set aside one day and bake a few different kinds so the cookie platters will look more fun," she says. She still punches out her favorite Christmas sugar cookie dough with the same Santa-shaped metal cookie cutter she used when she was a little girl, but she also has some less-expected designs in her collection for when she wants to mix things up. (To find the perfect cookie cutter for recreating her gingerbread cowboy boot cookies, keep reading!)

Our favorite Christmas cookie cutters include classic holiday shapes like snowflakes and gingerbread men as well as more unique designs that are sure to wow everyone at the cookie exchange. You'll also find plenty of basic, affordable cookie cutter sets, handmade copper cookie cutters that would make great gifts, and some adorable mini Christmas cookie cutters available on Amazon that are perfect for kids (as are these gingerbread house kits). Keep reading for all of these sweet picks!

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Beginner's Set

Christmas Cookie Cutter Set

$10 AT AMAZON.COM

If you want to stock up on all the classic Christmas shapes, this five-piece set is a great option. It's under $10 and has racked up hundreds of five-star Amazon reviews.

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Most Nostalgic

Vintage Pickup Truck with Christmas Tree Cookie Cutter

$6 AT AMAZON.COM

Swap your snowflake and gingerbread man cookie cutters for something a little more unique. This extra large cookie cutter creates cookies shaped like a pickup truck carting a freshly-cut Christmas tree home from the lot.

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Editor's Pick

Leaping Reindeer Cookie Cutter

$7 AT AMAZON.COM

Cookies made with this adorable jumping reindeer cutter are sure to stand out on any holiday cookie platter. The sturdy stainless steel material is also dishwasher safe, so cleanup is a cinch. 

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Mini Size

Christmas Cookie Stampers

$9 AT AMAZON.COM

These nifty two-inch plastic cookie cutters each have a built-in plunger, which you can use to press a design into the dough. They're perfect for baking with kids. 

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Collector's Set

'Twas the Night Before Christmas Cookie Cutter Set

$25 AT WILLIAMS-SONOMA.COM

This is family heirloom quality! For less than $25, you receive 12 stainless-steel cutters, t10 pastry bags, four pastry tips, and a coupler. And if that wasn't enough, a classic sugar cookie recipe is printed inside the box to get you started.

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Ree's Fav

Cowboy Boot Cookie Cutter
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Easy Storage

10-Piece Christmas Cookie Cutter Set

$10 AT AMAZON.COM

This affordable set from Wilton would be a great Secret Santa gift. It includes red and white cookie cutters shaped like candy canes, sleighs, stockings, and more, and they arrive in a handy plastic container for easy storing and transporting.

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Multiple Sizes

Snowflake Cookie Cutter Set

$15 AT WALMART.COM

Every snowflake is unique—and the same can be true of snowflake-shaped cookies. This snowflake set from Wilton comes with seven pastel cookie cutters in different shapes and sizes. 

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Best Handmade

Vintage-Style Ornament Cookie Cutters

$18 AT ETSY.COM

The Fussy Pup's gorgeous copper cookie cutters are all handcrafted in Seymour, Indiana. The ornament-shaped cookie cutters in this three-piece set would make great gifts. 

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Great Value

Holiday Cookie Cutter Set

$10 AT WILLIAMS-SONOMA.COM

This stainless steel cookie cutter set includes eight festive shapes: snowflake, gingerbread man, star, snowman, angel, tree, ornament, and mitten. Each cookie cutter is about four inches long—perfect for making large cookies with plenty of surface area to decorate.

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Great for Gifting

Cast-Aluminum Holiday Yuletide Cookie Stamps

$30 AT WILLIAMS-SONOMA.COM

If decorating cookies with royal icing isn't your strong suit, consider investing in a set of cookie stamps, like this vintage-style trio by Nordic Ware. Use them to imprint detailed images into the dough before baking. The cookies will be pretty enough to serve right out of the oven!

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Make the cookie dough, rolling the cookies to 1/4 to 3/8” thick. Cut into shapes: tree, star, small circles, and tiny circles. (Hint: if you don’t have a tiny circle cookie cutter, use the end of a decorating tip.) Let them cool completely.

Make the royal icing. Divide into bowl and cover each with plastic wrap, pressing the wrap onto the icing to prevent crusting. Tint the icing green for the trees, several different colors for the ornaments, yellow for the stars, and white for the lights.christmas-tree-cookie-platter-tree-outline-768x511.jpg

For the trees, outline using a #2 tip.

Thin the icing with water, a bit at a time, stirring with a silicone spatula. Add water until a ribbon of icing dropped back onto itself disappears in a count of “one-thousand-one, one-thousand-two.” If too thin, add in more sifted powdered sugar.

Cover the icing with a damp dish towel and let sit for several minutes. Stir gently to pop any large air bubbles and pour into a squeeze bottle.christmas-tree-cookie-platter-tree-flood-768x511.jpgFlood the cookies with the thinned icing using a toothpick to guide to edges and pop air bubbles.christmas-tree-cookie-platter-stars-768x358.jpgRepeat this process with the star cookie in yellow icing.christmas-tree-cookie-platter-ornaments-1-768x511.jpgSince circles are notorious for being difficult to outline, we’re going with the dip method. Thin the icings as above, but make the ribbon of icing a bit thicker, a one-thousand-five or so count. It doesn’t have to be exact.christmas-tree-cookie-platter-ornaments-2-768x511.jpgDip the cookies face-down into the thinned icing, making sure to get the entire surface. Lightly scrape excess icing off on the side of the bowl.christmas-tree-cookie-platter-ornaments-3-768x512.jpgchristmas-tree-cookie-platter-ornaments-4-768x511.jpgIf you accidentally scrape too much, dip again. Shake each dipped cookie gently to distribute the icing. Pop air bubbles with a toothpick.christmas-tree-cookie-platter-lights-1-768x511.jpgchristmas-tree-cookie-platter-lights-2-768x511.jpgRepeat the process with the tiny cookies, but after dipping, immediately dip into sparkling sugar. These will be the trees “twinkle lights.”christmas-tree-cookie-platter-lights-3-768x511.jpg

With a penny for reference, you can see how tiny these cookies are.

Let the cookies dry uncovered for 6-8 hours or overnight.christmas-tree-cookie-platter-set-3-708x1024.jpg

When ready to serve, stack the tree cookies to make a tree shape. Add the ornaments on the sides and the twinkle light cookies across. Place a star cookie (I like to use 2 stacked) at the top.

Use as many cookies as you like, making a bigger or smaller tree depending on the size of your party. The Christmas tree pictured here has 16 tree cookies.christmas-tree-cookie-platter-set-2-698x1024.jpg

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12 Christmas Cookie Cutters That Will Make Holiday Baking So Much Fun

Of all the Christmas desserts you can whip up this holiday season, Christmas cookies might just be the most fun—especially if you have some festive holiday cookie cutters on hand. Need to refresh your Christmas cookie cutter stash? We rounded up 10 amazing options worth adding to your collection.

Baking cookies is one of Ree Drummond's favorite Christmas traditions. "I set aside one day and bake a few different kinds so the cookie platters will look more fun," she says. She still punches out her favorite Christmas sugar cookie dough with the same Santa-shaped metal cookie cutter she used when she was a little girl, but she also has some less-expected designs in her collection for when she wants to mix things up. (To find the perfect cookie cutter for recreating her gingerbread cowboy boot cookies, keep reading!)

Our favorite Christmas cookie cutters include classic holiday shapes like snowflakes and gingerbread men as well as more unique designs that are sure to wow everyone at the cookie exchange. You'll also find plenty of basic, affordable cookie cutter sets, handmade copper cookie cutters that would make great gifts, and some adorable mini Christmas cookie cutters available on Amazon that are perfect for kids (as are these gingerbread house kits). Keep reading for all of these sweet picks!

Sours: https://www.yahoo.com/amphtml/lifestyle/12-christmas-cookie-cutters-holiday-205500230.html

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