I love looking at fall pictures! Especially the ones with beautiful landscapes with many trees or a beautiful picture of a road surrounded by many trees. What do both of these pictures have in common you may be asking yourself? Well, you can see the leaf colors begin to change from green to beautiful colors of red, orange and yellow. You can notice how the season is changing. Lucky for those of you who get to see this! I live in Miami and all we get down here is one season: Hot!
Because I don’t get to experience this where I live I decided to make my own fall leaves!
- Mini Fall Leaves Cookie Cutter
- Wilton Orange Gel
- Wilton Leaf Green Gel
- Spectrum Super Red
- Wilton Yellow
- Spectrum Black
- Ateco Tip #1
- Piping Bag
- Royal Icing
- Baked Cookies
Add an Ateco tip # 1 to your piping bag and fill it with medium consistency yellow royal icing and outline your leaf cookie.
Next, using flood consistency royal icing of the same color, flood your cookies.
To achieve the dark red color on the leaf pictured below mix super red and black. Use a tiny amount of black, remember you can always add more but you can’t take it away.
Add an Ateco tip # 1 to your piping bag and fill it with medium consistency orange royal icing and outline your maple leaf cookie.
Using flood consistency royal icing of the same color, flood your cookies.
To achieve the green color on the leaf pictured below use leaf green.
Do you get to experience the leaves changing colors where you live? It must be so beautiful and amazing to see!
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