How to Make Custom Edible Logo Cookies?

by Niraj J. Creative Content Writer
There are many ways to make logo cookies with your unique brand or team logos. Using Frosting sheets is the most common and easiest method of all. However, printed edible sheets can be applied in different methods. Here we are sharing one of the methods that we like the most and is the easiest and neat way to make logo cookies.

3 Simple Steps to Print Logos or Custom Images

  1. First, use an edible printer to print your images on the frosting sheets. If you don’t have a printer just go to our store and select any edible printer. Icinginks edible images are designed to create the best custom edible images for different cakes and cookie decorations. You can either use wafer paper or frosting sheets for your custom cookie images.
  2. We have got several pre-cut circular frosting sheets as well which are designed for cookies purpose only which means you do not need to cut the frosting sheets after printing. Click here and explore our pre-cut circle sheets.
  3. Now shape your cookies according to the image size and shape.

Step-by-Step Guide to Decorate Cookies with Printed Icing Sheets:

  1. First, flood your cookies with royal icing or fondant and let them dry completely usually depending upon doing the humidity of the area it may take 20-24 hours. 
  2. Then make some tests with the cookie to check the taste and perform a poke test to make sure it is dry or not.
  3. Use a marker and bowl to make the boundary of the image you want to cut out and then cut the frosting sheet smoothly.
  4. Now use a food-only paintbrush to apply corn syrup or you can use Wilton’s piping gel on the top of the dried cookie or the back of the frosting sheet. A little edible glue goes a long way. 
  5. Gently apply the image on the top of the icing neatly and smooth it to all edges. Immediately wipe off your hands with damp-dry towel otherwise they will become sticky.

Finish the Cookie Edges

Use any design piping tip you can pipe a scalloped edge around the borders with thick royal icing to cover crackle edges and to give an edible image nicer look. You can also use any dust sparkles while the icing is wet if you want your cookies glittery. But make sure that this disco dust should be non-toxic. Check the label properly before purchasing it.

Special Tip: If you want to make cookies crisper from sides you can use a micro-plane rasp zester.

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