Snow Rose Cookies Tutorial

 How to make super easy President Snow roses. Great for Hunger Games parties. Or leave off the "blood" for cute roses - Rae Gun Ramblings

Did you guys go see the movie?! What did you think? I am being a good sister and waiting until my sister can go so I have not seen it yet but I can’t wait. I’m still celebrating the Hunger Games movie release though so today I present to you President Snow’s Rose Cookies Recipe. It’s so easy and of course you can do them in other colors for fun parties, how cute would they be for a spring luncheon or shower!

The trick to making gorgeous roses out of frosting - Rae Gun Ramblings

I thought about putting them on pops like my mermaid cookie pops and attaching a few leaves but I thought I’d keep it simple today and just do the basic cookies. They are really SO easy to do all you need is the right tip. I’ve shared how to make rosettes with frosting before with my chocolate rose ganache cupcakes but since it’s been a while since I share those I thought I’d go over it again!

 Step by step instructions on how to make perfect roses out of frosting - Rae Gun Ramblings

What You Need

  • Basic Sugar Cookies
  • 2D Wilton Tip and Pastry bag
  • Frosting (I just used the stuff in the tub)

What to Do

  1. Once your cookies are baked and cooled scoop about 1 C of frosting into your pastry bag with the tip attached.
  2. Hold the bag perpendicular to the cookie and starting in the middle squeeze and piped around in a circle. The key is to keep the bag always upright. You don’t want it tilted or to turn it at all. You hold the bag perpendicular the whole the the only movements is drawing the circle.
  3. When  you reach the edge pull it downward to break off the frosting.

Easy Rose Cookies Tutorial - Rae Gun Ramblings

So easy right. Once you try it you’ll become addicted and you’ll want to put roses on everything! Perfect for Hunger Games parties, President Snow inspired cookies - Rae Gun Ramblings Now if you want to be silly and put some “blood” on your rose for our favorite evil President, just stir in some red food coloring to a little of the frosting and then place  a few drops of the dyed frosting on your roses.

 The trick to getting perfect rosettes out of frosting. Rae Gun Ramblings

And also here’s my weekly menu plan:

Day Meal
Saturday Crab Boil Mac and Cheese
Sunday Pork and Mashed Potatoes at the in-laws
Monday  chicken Parmesan casserole
Tuesday Crock Pot White Chili
Wednesday  salmon cous cous and asparagus
Thursday Thanksgiving duh!
Friday Open faced left over Thanksgiving sandwiches

what's for dinner

And what we ACTUALLY ate last week:

  • Chicken Chili
  • Philly Cheese Steaks from Moochies
  • Butternut Squash Soup and Cheesy Garlic Bread
  • Seafood Pot Pie
  • Pizza from Pizzeria 712
  • Cheater Navajo Tacos
  • Royal Jalea from Puro Pero

Let’s connect! You can also find me hanging out here.

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Comments

  1. You have done so much talking (and sewing and creating and baking) that I feel like I need to re-read the series! Love it all!

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