A few other cute baby cookies I sent to Dallas for my sister and Campbell’s shower!
These were the first cookies where I tried the one bowl method (mixing all colors in one bowl). I read a couple of cookie blogs and have referenced Sweet Sugarbelle before. Her site is so helpful with tutorials! I think the colors look really good together!
My sister is having a baby and I’m super excited to meet Miss Campbell Grace! Here are some cute babies and their bottles!
Babies influenced by Sugarbelle
We have friends who are due any day now with their first baby. They have managed to wait 9 months to find out the gender. I can’t imagine waiting that long. I’m just not that patient. Heck, I can hardly get a picture of the cookies dry before I eat
at least one err, two or more of them. That’s why I love the “new” Gender Reveal parties people are having. I’m always up for a celebration, and these are a fun way to get the whole village involved, not just the ladies at a shower. I’ve seen blue and pink reveal cakes, balloons, confetti, and other way cute ideas on Pinterest.
In that spirit, I made a gender reveal cookie that would allow everyone at the party to participate. Everyone gets a cookie and bites into it at the same time! The inner-icing is pink or blue!
These could be in any shape- rattles, onsies, bees (what will it bee?), or any other theme! The top icing doesn’t even have to be white. The possibilities are endless.
I snagged this iphone photo before they were iced to show the bottom layer:
And these are them covered!
For demonstration purposes only, I took a bite to show the inside:
I think because I knew which one was which, I felt like I could see the pink through the white! I would double layer the white next time just to make sure there was no “peeking.”