Chick with Bow Cookie

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With their bright yellow bodies, cheerful beaks, and charming bows, these chick cookies are a delightful addition to any dessert table. Whether you're celebrating a baby shower, Easter, or simply looking to add some joy to your day, these cookies are guaranteed to bring smiles to faces of all ages.
Chick with Bow Cookie

Adorable Chick with Bow Cookie

Join us as we explore the step-by-step process of decorating these chick-shaped cookies with vibrant royal icing, piping simple details, and adding the perfect finishing touch with a pre-made royal icing bow. With just a few simple techniques, you'll create cookies that are as fun to make as they are to eat!


  • Penguin/Chick Cookie Cutter
  • White Royal Icing Mix
  • Scriber Needle Modeling Tool
  • Pretty Things Pattern Sheets by Autumn Carpenter
  • Lemon Yellow Soft Gel Paste™ Food Color
  • Orange Soft Gel Paste™ Food Color
  • Dusty Rose Soft Gel Paste™ Food Color
  • Super Black Soft Gel Paste™ Food Color


Before diving into the cookie decorating, we'll start by pre-piping all the royal icing bows using the bow pattern sheet and following its instructions. Once the bows are ready, we'll move on to decorating the chick cookies.
Using yellow flood consistency icing, outline and flood the body of the chick. Use a scribe tool to ensure smooth and precise shaping. Next, we'll pipe the chick's beak. Allow the icing to crust over. Outline and flood the chick's head, followed by the wing and feet. Once the icing has crusted, we'll add the final details by piping the chick's eye and lashes using stiff black icing. Finally, we'll attach the pre-made bow to each cookie with a dab of royal icing.

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