Wednesday, December 8

How to Make Zebra Stripe Cookies : a video tutorial

We have a NEW PROFESSOR!!!  Can I get a "yee-haw" for another Texas girl?!?

The amazingly talented, Callye, of The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle is going to share her secrets!

{Oh, I can't wait!!!}

Want to know how to put zebra stripes on a cookie?  Take it away, Callye...

This is going to be so fun to try!  And I love those little squeeze bottles!

Thank you, Callye! You are a doll...we are so glad you are here!

47 comments:

Diane {Created by Diane} said...

Great Tutorial Callye! You are so pretty and sweet, I'm so glad you did a video :) LOVE your Zebra stripes!

Knitrageous said...

Great job! You really do have three little kids! ;) Love the zebra stripes!

Janel said...

That was so great! I have been looking at your cookies forever and wondering how you always got them so perfect! What size tip are you using on the squeeze bottle.

I do have to laugh though, when that little "daddy" happened, I thought it was my daughter! hahaha! I got up to go check on her!

Thank you so much for this tutorial and I can't wait for your next one!!!!

Bea said...

How fun that you have a new teacher, Bridget! Thanks for this great tuto, Callye!! Would've loved to see this last week ;) You are very pretty and I loved hearing your children in the background!

All Boys and Me said...

Success! I can't wait for more and to get into harder cookies with you. Congrats!!

Sue said...

Beautiful job, Callye! You make it look so effortless! What a pro! :)

Glory said...

Yay!! You have a real jewel on your hands with Callye in the group!! What a gem of a person, and a cookie decorator in a class all her own!! Welcome Callye!!

Asya said...

So glad to see Callye here!!! I am so excited to see what she's going to teach us next!!!! Thanks for sharing the zebra secret with us!!

SweetSugarBelle said...

Thanks so much, B, I really did yee haw when you got it up. I had the best time browsing other videos today (why didnt I do that before) and I have a fave...Amanda's icing. It really made me alot less nervous and it was SOOOOOOO funny!

Marina said...

You are so stinking talented! I cannot wait to have another excuse to have you make cookies for us! :)

Chef Scott said...

Great job, Callye! You did just fine!
Look forward to your next installment :)

Donna said...

Those are great! I'm sorry - What is the brand of the bottle? thanks

L said...

Woohoo. One of my FAVORITE people!

Haniela said...

WOnderful Work Calley ! You look beautiful and so so sweet.
Love the zebra stripe cookies.

THE Tough Cookie said...

FABULOUS FABULOUS FABULOUS! I found myself watching this with my mouth open and actually whispering "oooooohhhhhhh'.

Great technique. Great visual of the consistency needed. An no bleed.

Standing Ovation from me!!!!!

THE Tough Cookie said...

FABULOUS FABULOUS FABULOUS! I found myself watching this with my mouth open and actually whispering "oooooohhhhhhh'.

Great technique. Great visual of the consistency needed. An no bleed.

Standing Ovation from me!!!!!

Loren Ebert said...

Look at you girl! So pretty and sweet! Great tutorial, great demo...I've never done zebra stripe and now I have the confidence to try! Can't wait for more!!! :o)

Pihvi said...

:) You did a great job with this first video tutorial :) Thank you sooo much!

Alessandra from Italy

Whimsy Cookie Co. said...

Yay Callye!!! You are a cutie!! It's so great to see you and love your zebra cookie..you are famous for them!!!

B.E. Sweet Treats said...

Yeah! That was great. Love seeing your work come to life--can't wait for more Callye!

JeMaSiDi said...

I <3 SweetSugarBelle! Great tutorial video!!! I'm a huge fan of SweetSugarBelle from Flickr...keep those tips coming. :) I'm brand new to cookie making and these videos help me so much!

Terri said...

A great tutorial...especially since it is your first one. You're a natural, hope there are more to follow.

Looks simple enough, hopefully I can do it myself!

TidyMom said...

FABULOUS!!!! and welcome Callye!!

Sugary Goodness (Kim) said...

Awesome Callye!! Love the tutorial. I have to give this a try during the holidays!

amalia said...

Yay!!! I've been wanting to know how you do your zebra stripes. You have such talent!!! Amazing!!!! Thanks for sharing....also... I didn't catch what type of tip you use??? You said it was slightly better than Wilton...can you give the name again...and where to purchase???

vanillabeanbaker said...

I am so excited that Callye has joined the *staff*. Her decorating talents are unparalleled and she will make a wonderful addition to University of Cookie. Every time she posts a new cookie on her blog I gaze in awe at my laptop screen.
Callye, your tutorial was great, it was so nice to see and hear the beautiful woman behind all the beautiful creations you do.

vertigoxcured said...

im going to ask again with the hope that i get an answer this time!! (i have posted this question several times)

i cant ever make black icing! i use the same americolors gel you do but it always come out a grey color. the one time i was able to get the icing black i ended up putting so much coloring in the icing it tasted so bad i couldnt use it!

have any tips or ticks for me?!
or can you point me in the right direction if this has already been addressed?

Kim said...

Great Job Callye! Love learning how to do new things and always want to improve my techniques!

Teresa said...

This was so great. Thank you for sharing your gift with the world, one beautiful cookie at a time. You make it look so easy, so I can't wait to try and see how many times I mess up before I get it right. LOL! A million thanks and welcome to your new calling, Callye!

Missy said...

Oh! I'm so excited you are doing tutorials now! You did an excellent job and I too have little ones running around me while I'm decorating. It was like I was at home watching your video. keep up the great work.

Lora Joy said...

Yay! I love zebra! Thanks for the great tutorial Callye! I've been a blog/FB follower of hers for awhile, Great to see tutorials and a VIDEO one really helps!

Tots and Tails said...

AMAZING!! I want to make cookies!! Are there tips anywhere on making the frosting??

SusanK said...

Fabulous tutorial! Thanks so much for adding Professor Callye to your staff! Loved it. Oh, and I love your Texas accent too!

Montreal Confections said...

Callye you're so cute, loved it! You're awesome!!

Kate H.(www.sprinkletherapy.blogspot.com) said...

Wonderful video Callye! You are so good at cookie decorating! Ps. loved the little voice in the background :)

sweetopia said...

Callye, you ARE a natural! That was such a great tutorial! I'm loving the zebra stripes and all your great tips!!

Nicole ~ The Diva said...

Yay Callye. I love your blog and I am glad you have joined UoC. I can't wait to see more so I can be as GREAT as you.

mrscurrie said...

Callye, thank you so much for your tutorial video. You make me feel like I can do it too! Real people helping real people.

Swee-Tee's Cookie Jar said...

Thank you Callye and Bridget! I have been itchin to try this for a while and now I have the confidence to try it!

CJ said...

Wondering who makes those bottes and where I could find them online as well as the PME tips. I have only seen Wilton tips locally.
Thanks! Your cookies are beautiful, thanks for sharing.

Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction said...

LOVE the zebra stripes! They are so adorable. Great video. :)

cookies and cups said...

awesome video!
you make it look so super easy...
I have tip envy ;)

carrolls.cookies said...

Thanks for sharing your techniques to get the awesome SSB zebra stripe! Great visual presentation. I never thought you would be striping on dry white that way. I am a bottle decorator and was quite surprised to see that was what you were using.
Kudos and Applause, Applause!

Melissa said...

What an amazing tutorial! I really enjoyed it, thank you for taking the time to show us your skills.

I have one question - where do you find those small bottles you used for the icing? I would not have any idea where to look for something like that.
Thanks!

Cristin (Pinkie) Sohm said...

Beautifully done Callye. It's fun to see that you are an actual real person after admiring your amazing work on your blog! You look like a sweetie and I loved hearing your kids in the background. Beautiful cookies and thanks so much for sharing your technique!

Yolie said...

What an amazing tutorial... Thank you for taking the time to show us your talent... beautifully done.

Joelle said...

where did you get that bottle??