Baby Triceratops Cookies
I have a whole bin full of dinosaur cookie cutters but not one that I absolutely love. So, when it came time to make triceratops cookies, I had to get a little creative.
I’ve never used this cutter for comets or shooting stars, but I LOVE it as a triceratops.
This cutter is included in the Wilton 101 Cookie Cutter Set, but if you don’t already own it, you can pick one up here.
To make these cookies you will need:
- Egg yolk yellow piping and 20-second icing
- Lighter yellow piping and 20-second icing
- Small amount of white piping icing
- Small amount of black piping icing or black sugar pearls
For uniform cookies, use a food color marker to sketch the face before flooding. It should resemble an upside-down acorn.
Next, use 20-second icing to flood the cookie in sections as pictured below. Begin with the face, then use lighter yellow to flood the frill and body. If you’re using sugar pearls as eyes, add them now.
Once the cookie is flooded, wait until it’s completely dry then add the following details:
- Use a small tip and pipe lines to indicate a snout, nostrils, and a mouth.
- Use white piping icing to pipe three horns on the triceratops’s face.
- Add eyes
- Pipe legs and toenails
While we’re on the subject, I decided to throw in a picture of this guy. When I first began my cookie decorating adventure, this cutter frustrated me to no end. So, here’s a simply decorated example for reference sake.
Out of all the dinosaur cookies I’ve ever made, these two guys are probably my favorite.
For more dinosaur cookie ideas, be sure to check out the following posts:
- Triceratops Face Cookies
- Dinosaur Face Cookies
- Dino Feet Cookies
- Jurassic Dinosaur Print Cookies via Sweet Ambs
- Dinosaur Cookies via Hayley Cakes and Cookies
- 3-D Dinosaur Cookies via Hanielas
I wish I had your “vision”…I could probably have saved myself a TON of money on cookie cutters! And for the life of me, I cannot figure out how your icing looks so perfect every.single.time! Kudos to you!
Callye, you are on a ROLL, girl! These are so adorable and I love the very limited color palette. Makes them super easy to pull off and the cuteness of the design gives them lots of cute personality!
Hi Callye, I’m new to cookie decorating and I would like to say you are amazing! Do you have a book out? I watch your videos on YouTube and they help a lot. Thanks for giving your time and knowledge. Keep up the great work!!!
I sure don’t…I’m thinking that might be a project for when my kids are a little bit bigger =)
Well, I know what you mean. But , if you do I would definitely get one. Thanks again for sharing your amazing work.
These are adorable, can you show how you made the palm tree in the backround also?
Sure thing! I will try to put together a tuto very soon =)
I just want to say that they are wonderful!
The colors are great and the finishing is so perfect?
Love them all!
Thank you, sweet friend!
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I love your website! All your cookies are so cute! Where did you find the Triceratops and Pteradon cookie cutters? I’ve looked everywhere for that style dinosaur cutter -(not the star or the bird, the full dinos). If you could share your cookie cutter source, that would be amazing!!