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Adding toppings after baking cookies may be preferred when using larger sprinkles or for filling in a design area with more control. During baking, jimmies or larger sprinkles may spread or colors may bleed.

Applying Sugars/Sparkles After Baking

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These spritz are holiday hits! The traditional Christmas cookies are even more exciting with Wilton Colorburst Batter Bits mixed in before pressing and baking.

Batter Bits & Christmas Spritz!

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Yummy Wilton Candy Cane Colorburst Candy Melts candy, red Candy Melts candy and red sugars transform plain gingersnap cookies to magical holiday treats! Easy to make, these cookies can be a family project with the kids helping out.

Crisscross Candy Cane Cookies

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How to add detail and interest to decorated color flow cookies while still maintaining the smooth, sophisticated look.

Color Flow Dragging

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What a great look you can achieve when you flow in dots, swirls or other designs to wet color flow sections. The design dries into your iced top for a more exciting treat.

Flow-in Designs

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  • Julie Houchen

    Is color flow and cookie icing in the bottle the same product?

  • CR Cookie Designs

    No. Color flow dries very hard and it is thinned down. It is typically used to make flowers or other decorations to put on cakes, cupcakes or other sweets. Royal icing is used to cover cookies because they are easier to bite into them. I use royal icing on my cookies. Hope this helps :)

There's no faster way to spruce up holiday cookies! Top your cut shapes with Wilton sparkling sugar, nonpareils or jimmies for a quick color makeover, then bake. You can even use another cookie cutter as a guide for creating a festive shape on the cookie.

Adding Sprinkles & Sugars Before Baking

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Follow our step-by-step tutorial to learn how to make stained glass Christmas cookies.

How to Make Stained Glass Christmas Cookies

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What could be merrier than classic Linzer cookies, featuring cut-out tops that show the colorful icing below? Add Wilton ColorBurst Batter Bits to the cookie dough for an added flurry of Christmas color.

Wonders of Winter Linzer Cookies

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This elegant cardinal cookie is almost too pretty to eat! Fun design incorporates gingerbread and a candy cane.

Heralding The Holidays Cookie

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The beautiful blending of different shades of color flow icing adds a tinsel-like glow to this traditional Christmas Tree.

Tinsel-Trimmed Christmas Tree Cookie

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Holiday guests can pick a cookie treat right off this festive tree. Create a delicious centerpiece by attaching decorated Spritz cookies to foil-covered craft cone with melted candy. Great decoration and dessert.

Cookie Tree Collage

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Do you believe this cute little fellow is created using our Candy Cane Cookie Cutter? How easy is that? Kids will just love to decorate him with delicious and colorful Buttercream Icing. Sure to be a holiday favorite.

Polar Pal Cookies

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A great toy soldier stands guard on your holiday dessert table. Every detail on his uniform is crisply detailed with royal icing. Set on a round cookie base, he can be used as a place setting populated a wonderful dessert table.

Toy Shop Troppers Cookie

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Craft a 3-D cookie creation using Santa as the subject. Assemble Roll Out Cookie pieces with Royal Icing. Place the Santa cookie in the chimney and fill with candy-coated chocolate dots as an extra treat and to hold him in place.

Here Comes Santa Claus Cookies

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