I have a couple of workmates who has little girls that loves Peppa Pig, so we decided to try making Peppa Pig cookies, they seems pretty simple to make :)
Here are the Peppa Pig cookie platter that we created for Ruby & Maggie:)
When we were planning on making these cookies, I found a Peppa Pig face cookie cutter online, but i couldn't find the cutter for Peppa Pig with the whole body, so we had to create a paper template from a picture of Peppa Pig. We traced the picture and ended up with this template
These are the cookies after they were cooled-off, and we marked the areas where for Peppa's face and dress so make it easier to decorate.
Here is the step by step visual of how to decorate Peppa Pig:
Step 1: Outline and fill Peppa's face with pink icing, let the icing dry for at least 1 hour.
Step 2: Outline and fill Peppa's dress with reddish orange icing, let the icing dry for a few hours.
Step 3: Add Peppa's legs and arms with pink icing, let it dry for at least an hour.
Step 4: Add Peppa's shoes with black icing
Step 5: Outline Peppa's face with dark pink icing and add her nose at the same time
Step 6: Add Peppa's eyes and smiley lips
Step 7: Lastly, add a blush into Peppa's cheek with a pink lustre dust :)
Next we decorate the cookies in Peppa's face shape only, its very simple and pretty much the same steps as above without Peppa's body. Start with outlining her face with light pink piping icing and fill with the same colour flooding icing. Let the icing dry for a few hours (preferably overnight).
Then add the outline of Peppa's face with a darker pink icing, then start adding the details of Peppa's face such as: nose, lips, and eyes.
Lastly, give Peppa's cheek a blush with a pink lustre dust just like what we did with the other Peppa cookies.
There you go, the step by step of how to make Peppa Pig Cookies :) And here is the gift box ready to go
Hope everyone is having a great week ;-)
Cookie Artist & Content Creator, who loves spreading the cookie love.