Really Cute Cookies

Posted on: Sat, 01/11/2003 - 8:22am
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I saw a special on the food network about different cookie companies. One of the companies specializes in butter cookies that are cut out in various shapes and then decorated with royal icing. They look adorable! I watched the special that took the viewer inside the facility - there did not appear to be any nut products on the premises. I do have an e-mail out to them to verify but here are the ingredients from the website:

Ingredients

Cookies:
unbleached flour, butter, sugar, eggs, and vanilla.

Icing:
powdered sugar, merinque powder [potato starch, cream of tartar, baking soda, xanthan gum, salt, lactic acid, egg albumen], water and corn syrup, contains 2% or less of the following: artificial color yellow #5, titanium dioxide yellow #6, red #3, red #40, blue #1, glycerine, sorbitol modified food starch, preservative [sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate], vegetable gum, citric acid

I don't exactly know what "vegetable gum" is...I will let you all know when I hear back. If you want to check out the company for yourself the website is:

[url="http://www.omygoodness.com"]www.omygoodness.com[/url]

Jaime

Posted on: Sun, 01/12/2003 - 10:06am
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Here is the reply:
We only make butter cookies. One recipe and we do make gingerbread at Christmas and Valentines Day.

Posted on: Sun, 01/12/2003 - 10:41am
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I was just curious if these are made in a facility that is free of peanut and tree nut? And also it kinda sounds to me that it is possible they are made at someones home ? I wonder if you got any information on that? Thanks

Posted on: Sun, 01/12/2003 - 10:48am
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Ooops! I just saw the top of your post [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/rolleyes.gif[/img]. I did have a little helper with me who was scrolling up and down and I guess somehow missed it, not to mention dh chasing the children around the house playing and being very loud. The cookies are so cute I guess I found it hard to bieleve they were peanut/tree nut free. Thanks

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