This course is all about the pressure, that’s pressure piping control. Lambeth method is known for the stunning intricate piping work, hence you will notice loads of different types of boarders over piped in layers descending, with leaves and roses. For this Lambeth style cookie Bobbie started with #14 open star nozzle a piped zigzag “C”shape, next she she over pipes the zigzag with a petal nozzle creating frilled edge, Bobbie than over piped the frill edge with a star nozzle, and the finally layer is #3 nozzle. Middle section only has three over piped layers, and about 9 mini toothpick rose and leaves. If this method entices you join Bobbie at 5ᵗʰ Avenue’s Cookie Art Academy
Supplies need to create Lambeth Method Wedding Cookie:
• #14 star nozzle
• #57s petal super tube or 101 nozzle
• #3 nozzle
• #1 nozzle
• Plaque cookie cutter
• Artist brush
• Damp cloth
• Parchment cone cut to an inverted V
• Sugar cookie dough recipe, use your favorite or use mine in my shop
• Royal icing recipe,
• EverClear, clear alcohol, or lemon extract
• Piped miniature roses, about 8 to 12 per cookie
If you look at the layers of piping from the side there should be a ruffled bottom, a frilled middle, and “C” scroll line on the top. You should not be able to see through the layers.
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First I think these are absolutely amazing. I was wondering is the Lambeth cookie covered with fondant (sugar paste) or in a Royal icing flood? It looks so great.
Thank you Ms.K! These cookies were covered with fondant. However, you could flood with royal icing if you prefer.