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Valentine’s Day Cat & Fish Cookies

Looking for something a little less tradition for Valentine’s Day? Try these super adorable Valentine’s Day Cat & Fish Cookies made with sugar cookies and buttercream!

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I have no reason for making these Valentine’s Day Cat & Fish Cookies other than I fell in love with the cookie cutters when I saw them. I mean, fishies and kitties?

YES PLEASE!

Valentine's Day Cat & Fish Cookies | The JavaCupcake Blog https://javacupcake.comThis cute set included a cat head, a cat paw, and a fish. I don’t know which one I loved more, the kitty head or the fishy! Seriously both so adorable!

Have you ever shopped at Charming Charlie?  It’s a jewelry store that also sells the cutest accessories and fun home stuff!  I love them because everything is sorted by color and theme.

I found these adorable cat & fish cookie cutters at my local Charming Charlie and luckily for you they are on clearance on their website now!

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Recipe

I’m not going to write the entire recipe for these cookies Valentine’s Day Cat & Fish Cookies out here because I’ve used this recipe so many times you can find what you need at the links below!

Use a full batch for a lot… double the recipe for a lot more!

Kitty Cookies

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Supplies:

  • White buttercream (a lot)
  • Black buttercream (a little)
  • Pink Buttercream (a little)
  • Disposable piping bags
  • Piping tips #4, #1
  • Pink heart candy/sprinkle

Technique:

  1. Fit a piping bag with a #4 tip and fill with white frosting.
  2. Fit a piping bag with a #4 tip and fill with pink frosting.
  3. Fit a piping bag with a #1 tip and fill with black frosting.
  4. Outline the kitty head with white. Fill in the outline with a back and forth pattern.
  5. Using the pink buttercream, pipe two lines to a point for the years.
  6. Using the black buttercream, pipe 2 eyes, whiskers and mouth.
  7. Add the pink heart for the nose.
  8. Allow the cookies to set out flat for a few hours so the frosting crusts over.

Paw Cookies

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Supplies

  • White buttercream (a lot)
  • Black buttercream (a lot)
  • Disposable piping bags
  • Piping tip #4

Technique:

  1. Fit a piping bag with a #4 tip and fill with white frosting.
  2. Fit a piping bag with a #4 tip and fill with black frosting.
  3. Outline the paw with white. Fill in the outline with a back and forth pattern.
  4. Using the black buttercream, pipe the four “toes” and the palm of the paw.
  5. Allow the cookies to set out flat for a few hours so the frosting crusts over.

Fish Cookies

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Supplies

  • Black buttercream (a lot)
  • Pink Buttercream (a little)
  • Disposable piping bags
  • Piping tip #4
  • Pink heart candy/sprinkle

Technique:

  1. Fit a piping bag with a #4 tip and fill with black frosting.
  2. Fit a piping bag with a #4 tip and fill with pink frosting.
  3. Outline the fish with black frosting. Fill in the outline with a back and forth pattern.
  4. Using the pink buttercream, pipe a little half smile/mouth.
  5. Add the pink heart for the eye.
  6. Allow the cookies to set out flat for a few hours so the frosting crusts over.

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All Butter Pie Crust

This simple, buttery and delicious recipe for easy-to-make all butter pie crust will be your go-to recipe once you try it!

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Most people who follow my blog know that I hate making pie crust from scratch.

For the past 10 years, every time I tried making it, I just couldn’t get the consistency or texture just how I wanted it.

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Then, my fellow blogger and friend Dorothy over at Crazy for Crust posted a video and tutorial to make a pie crust that I had never seen before.

Her recipe used a food processor instead of cutting in the butter by hand.  I was intrigued and knew I needed to test this method for myself.

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What I found was that using a food processor took all the work out of making an all butter pie crust and was completely fool proof!

Even I couldn’t screw it up!

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Using ice cold butter and ice cold water were the keys to creating that flaky crust.

The blades of the food processor cut the cold butter into the flour perfectly, making a soft dough perfect for all my holiday pies!

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One batch of this makes enough for one pie crust, which I really like.

I make the crust when I need it and don’t have to worry about the dough getting too warm while I’m making the filling or prepping other ingredients.

All Butter Pie Crust | The JavaCupcake Blog https://javacupcake.comFor an apple pie, I make the bottom crust, fill the pie, chill it… THEN make the top crust!  I don’t even clean the food processor out between batches.

During the holiday season, this all butter pie crust works great with any fruit or custard pie.  It can be pre-baked or filled and baked.

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This all butter pie crust is the BEST crust ever!

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All Butter Pie Crust

All Butter Pie Crust

Yield: 1 pie crust
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter, diced and chilled
  • 1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 2-4 tablespoons ice water
  • food processor
  • 8 or 9 inch pie plate

Instructions

  1. Dice cold butter into cubes and freeze for 10 minutes.
  2. Mix 1/3 cup water and 4-5 ice cubes together in a small bowl. Set aside.
  3. Mix together the flour and the salt in a small bowl then pour into the bowl of the food processor.
  4. Add the cold cubed butter and pulse together until the butter is crumbly.
  5. Add 2 Tbsp of ice cold water and pulse the dough.
  6. Add up to 2 Tbsp more of ice cold water and pulse until the dough comes together in a ball.
  7. Dust flour over a clean surface and place dough on top.
  8. Using a floured rolling pin, roll dough into 11-12 inch circle.
  9. Using the rolling pin, transfer the dough into the pie plate and gently press into the plate.
  10. Trim the extra dough off the edges.
  11. Crimp the dough edges.
  12. Fill and bake immediately.

 

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