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Bake at 350 … for forever!

December 12, 2010

Ever meet one of those people with one of those smiles?  You know … that smile that just lights up the room?

Bridget (of Bakeat350.com and bakeat350tweets) is definitely one of those people!

She was our Cookie Professor at the Pioneer Woman’s Holiday Baking Weekend.

Gorgeous, huh?

And OMG!  Look at those pretty sprinkley sparkley goodies she brought!  And she was super sprinkley sparkley, too!  I was bedazzled.  (hee hee)

She gave everyone a step-by-step lesson on making royal icing for outlining and flooding.  But seriously – look at that smile!  It would make even The Grinch excited to make cookies.

See!  I told you the PDub was there.

That’s  the cover of her new book — MADE OUT OF ICING!  Bridget just whipped them out on her printer at home with some icing sheets and edible ink.  Seriously – I didn’t make that up.

Jennifer will have this technique mastered in no time.

You can see lots of other cool cookies and techniques at Bridget’s website and etsy shop!

But she says she is kind of a “neat freak”, so she probably won’t let you come over to her house and make a big mess like this!

So some of the girls showed off a bit. (Looking at you, Twinkie!)

And somebody got all excited about the swirly technique and the flat dots!

Somebody just got really really really excited about the whole thing!

Cookies cookies everywhere! And finally we were just cookied out.

And you know what girls do when they are all cookied out …

The move on to chocolate!

After all that teaching and swirling and icing indoctrination, she was still smiling!  And still more delightful than any chocolate truffle or perfectly wrapped cookie replica of a certain Wrangler-wearing behind.

Even with gold sparkle dust!

Thank you Bridget for an awesome day and for all of the helpful and hilarious tweets since then.  It is such a pleasure to know you.

 

 

This post is Part 3 of the 862 Part series

Holy Crap, I’m Going to PDub’s.

Did you hear?  I went on a trip …

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. December 12, 2010 11:16 pm

    Love it!

    • December 12, 2010 11:22 pm

      It’s pretty lame, but I am STILL freaking out!

  2. December 13, 2010 3:28 am

    hee hee, that white snowman would have been my attempt at decorating…then i would have ate him.

  3. December 13, 2010 6:17 am

    It’s a pleasure to know YOU!!! I worried the whole way home that I had bored you and Jenn to tears….you guys are experts already! Who else uses duct tape?!?

    Love this post….and especially related to this: “This post is Part 3 of the 862 Part series.” I’m still can’t believe it happened! 😉

    Hope the reunion get-together is in the works!

  4. Kim permalink
    December 13, 2010 6:34 am

    Looks like you all had great fun!!

  5. December 13, 2010 11:02 am

    That white snowman cookie–so hilarious! =) I loved your recap.

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