How to make latte cup and scarf fall cookies

Make all your favorite fall items into adorable sugar cookies, including the most popular accessories of the season; your pumpkin latte cup and fall scarf!

I had to put all the best parts of fall into cute sugar cookies, I’m just so excited about the summer coming to an end and getting the cooler fall season started. I am going to show you how to decorate your own fall scarves and pumpkin latte cups.

LATTE CUP AND LEOPARD PRINT SWEATER FALL COOKIES

YOU WILL NEED:

  • Cut-out sugar cookie dough
  • Royal icing
  • Icing colors – I use Americolor brand
  • CUTTERS: Scarf Cutter – Sweet Designs Shoppe, Sweater Cutter – Kaleidacuts

TOOLS AND TIPS:
Tips #2 or #2.5
Couplers
Icing bags
Parchment paper
Cookie sheet
Toothpick or scribe

COLORS YOU WILL NEED:
Ivory Icing – outline and flood
Brown Icing – outline and flood
Black – outline and flood
Olive Green – outline and flood

LATTE CUP COOKIE

OUTLINE and FLOODING

Step 1:  Outline the top portion of the coffee cup with brown piping icing.  Outline the middle section with olive green piping icing.  

Step 2: Fill the outline using brown flood icing.  Fill the outline middle section with green flood icing.  

Stop and allow your cookie to dry in front of a fan for 1-2 hours before flooding the next section.  

Step 3: Outline the bottom section and just under the top section in white outline icing.  Using orange outline icing add 2 sections for your pumpkin.  Use brown outline icing to make the stem in the middle of the 2 sections.  

Stop and allow your cookie to dry in front of a fan for 1-2 hours before flooding the next section.

DETAILS

Step 4: Using brown piping icing outline the top sections of the latte cup.  For the middle section of the pumpkin fill in using orange piping. Outline the green section of the cut in green piping icing.  

SCARF COOKIE

OUTLINE AND FLOODING

Step 1:  Outline the top portion of the scarf with ivory piping icing. 

Step 2:  Fill the outlined section of the scare with ivory flood icing.  Using olive green flood icing make 2 lines one direction and 2 lines going the other direction.  

Stop and allow your cookie to dry in front of a fan for 10-15 min. 

Step 3:  Outline the left portion of the scarf with ivory piping icing. 

Step 4:  Fill the outlined section of the scare with ivory flood icing.  Using olive green flood icing make 2 lines one direction and 2 lines going the other direction.  

Stop and allow your cookie to dry in front of a fan for 10-15 min. 

Step 5:  Outline the right portion of the scarf with ivory piping icing. 

Step 6:  Fill the outlined section of the scare with ivory flood icing.  Using olive green flood icing make 2 lines one direction and 2 lines going the other direction.  

DETAILS

Step 7: Using piping icing add fringe to the end of the scarf alternating between ivory and olive green.  

Having a cookie that tastes as good as the drink it looks like is the ultimate treat, don’t you think? these cookies are perfect for a teacher gift or to give to your favorite barista, maybe a care package for your college student that is surviving on coffee and loves their blanket scarf more than the latest Taylor Swift album.

You’re gonna love to make these cookies and add all the fun colors for fall. I’m excited to see your cookies on Instagram, make sure you tag me when you post them so I can see them and share your beautiful cookies!

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