Skip to Content

St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Cookies #DIY

Sharing is caring!

Help your li'l leprechaun find his gold at the end of the rainbow with these adorable, and easy cookies.

Help your li’l leprechaun find his gold at the end of the rainbow with these adorable, and easy cookies.

Ingredients:

Edge royal icing

red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple food coloring

2 large round sugar cookies

flood royal icing

1 Rollo Candy

10 pieces small yellow candies (like Nerds or runts)

Directions:

Divide the edge icing into eight bowls. Keep one bowl white.

Divide the edge icing into eight bowls. Keep one bowl white.

Tint six of the bowls into the colors of the rainbow.

Tint the last bowl a light blue.

Place the icing into eight piping bags.

Cut one cookie in half.

On one half, use white icing to pipe half a cloud shape in the right-hand corner.

With the red icing, pipe an arch along the outer edge of the cookie to meet the cloud.

Repeat with the orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.

Divide the flood icing into two bowls. Keep one bowl white.

Tint the other light blue.

Spoon white flood icing into the cloud shape.

Then spoon blue flood icing into the small arch under your rainbow. Use a toothpick to spread the icing.

Set the cookie aside for about thirty minutes until the icing hardens.

Next, pipe a ring of light blue edge icing around the outer edge of the full cookie 

Pipe a cloud shape on the right side with white edge icing. Spoon white flood icing into the cloud shape and blue flood icing onto the rest of the cookie.

While the flood icing is still wet, place the rainbow upright on top.

Match up the clouds on both cookies.

Cover the bottom of a chocolate-covered caramel with yellow edge icing.

Stick the candy buttons to the icing to look like gold coins.

Place your pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Let the cookie sit for a few hours to completely harden.

from Dessert Designer pg. 34

Now you have delicious Rainbow Cookies.

dessert designer book
Dessert Designer
← Read Last Post
These Bunny Rolls Will Be Hoppin' on the Table for Spring
Read Next Post →

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Mommy's Memorandum
error: Content is protected !!