How to Decorate a Hot Dog Cookie
Hot Dog Cookie Cutter by The Flour Box
Repeat after me, "I can create cookies with confidence!" You have what it takes, my fellow cookie fanatic. Just take a deep breath, follow the tutorial step-by-step and have a blast! Happy decorating!- Anne Yorks, owner The Flour Box
Hot Diggity Dog this cookie is fun to make!! This week's featured .99 cutter is the HOT DOG Cookie Cutter! Watch and learn how to make this adorable cookie step-by-step!
I designed the cutter with the team at Ann Clark Cookie Cutters!
Check the video for a step-by-step look at how to make these cookies!
These cookies might look familiar? I also featured this cutie in my cookie decorating book, The Crafted Cookie!
I piped the sprinkles using a tip #1 to have precise placement and a perfect color match, but you can also use actual sprinkles to speed up this design!
These are medium sized cookies (about 3.5"). For a single batch of dough, you can make about 20-24 of these cookies. I should note that I roll my cookies to 1/4" thick using the Dough EZ Rolling Mat System. The thickness of your cookies will impact your yield.
Prepping the Royal Icing
For a single batch of dough, I typically use a single batch of icing. Since I'm using a KitchenAid mixer, I made a double batch of icing and split it in half (reserving half for another project).
These hot dog cookies require a little color mixing. When making each color, l don't measure exactly...I estimate. For a more detailed look at icing planning, CLICK HERE to read this helpful blog post.
If you're making a full batch of these hot dog cookies, here is a breakdown of the icing by ounce:
Mustard: Lemon Yellow + Golden Yellow gel (2 oz pipe only)
Bun: Buckeye Brown 10 oz (pipe and flood)
Hot Dog Tulip Red + Buckeye Brown 7 oz (pipe and flood)
Eyes Black Diamond 2 oz (pipe and flood) white 1 oz (flood only)
(if you're looking for tips on making the icing with the full set of mustard, ketchup, grills, and hamburgers - check out The Crafted Cookie)
For a royal icing recipe and video CLICK HERE - this recipe can be doubled in a KitchenAid Mixer.
I would be so flattered if you recreated these cookies!
Be sure to tag @theflourboxshop or use hashtag #theflourbox so I can see what you create!
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