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By Jill Cleave

Newly revised, this bestseller now boasts much more to chunk on with 25 extra recipes for large cookie creations. whereas it's clear--from department shops to merchandising machines to grocery stores--that immense, out of date cookies are enormously renowned, many cookbook recipes nonetheless produce bite-size, crunchy effects. EnterBig, smooth, Chewy Cookies to correct this mistaken with greater than seventy five recipes for big, gooey cookies to sink your tooth into.

Readers will locate conventional and new favorites like:
* Coconut Bars
* Chocolate Chips
* Apricot Pillows
* Oatmeal White Chocolates... and extra

Big, tender Chewy Cookies has a cookie for each palette. effortless to-follow recipes for bar, drop, and vacation treats make this tasty tome a staple for each kitchen.

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Set everything aside to dry. 16 Use the black edible pen and small circle cutters to draw the target onto the white flower paste. Use a ruler to draw in the cross then flick some pink paint onto one side of the disc (see Step 11). Very thinly roll out some black flower paste and cut out the number with the tappit number cutters. Secure it to the centre using edible glue. 17 Stick the pieces of the topper together with black coloured royal icing and set aside to dry. Roll a ball of yellow flower paste, attach it to the centre of the top tier with edible glue and push the topper down inside it, securing it in place with edible glue.

5 Roll out the white sugarpaste to 4mm (1∕8in) thick and cover the cake (see Covering with Sugarpaste). Use your hands (and a smoother if necessary) to smooth the icing down and around the sides of the cake and trim away the excess paste with a knife. 6 To make the curved design along the surfboard, carefully place a piece of paper over the cake. Draw a curve running from the bottom right up to the top left below the tip, using the template (see Templates) as a guide. Cut it out and check it fits nicely over the cake.

5 Roll out the remaining grey flower paste and stick the chequered shield on top with edible glue. Cut around the shape leaving a small border to frame it nicely. Stick the shield to the cake with a small amount of edible glue. Finish by inserting the bunting topper in place by pushing the skewers into the top of the cake. Extra Inspiration Downsize and decorate mini cakes (see Mini Cakes) using the same techniques to delight your little knights! Simply decorate the tops of the cakes with shields and helmets using the templates provided (see Templates).

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