This set of cookies goes with the Golf cupcakes I made for Justin a few weeks ago.
The golf cleat is made on a flip flop cutter. Sometime you have to think outside the box... it's a little big but it worked. I think I've finally found a cookie recipe that I will stick with. It's easily modified to make different flavors like mini chocolate chip, lemon, orange and chocolate.
I'm in the middle of organizing my cookie cutters. I have 236 to be exact, although 2 of those are alphabet sets which have about 30 pieces in each and 2 are number sets with 10 cutters in each. So really it's more like 300. Hopefully I can finish organizing it in the next few weeks & then I'll share photos of how I've done it.
http://www.bakeat350.blogspot.com/2012/02/storing-icing-tips-couplersworks-for-me.html posted a great blog yesterday showing how she stores her tips & couplers. I have mine in an embroidery thread container & the couplers are on my bottles. I would like more #2's & PME 1.5's. I'm happy that I can use the PME 1.5's without clogging now thanks to The Bearfoot Baker. I haven't tried PME 0 or 00 tips with her method yet...but will, soon.
How do you store your tips & cutters? Share with us on my Facebook Wall. We would love to see!
Flip Flop Cutter
White stripes using PME 1.5" tip