I LOVE robot… cookies!

Hey y’all! It’s Callye, from The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle! Kim asked me to share a fun Valentine cookie idea that would go well with one of her FREE Valentine printable cello toppers and I chose ROBOTS! {Her oldest is in LOVE with them as you can see from his robot birthday party this past year!}

Do you have a little one that just LOVES robots? Then you’re going to love this cute little cookie idea. The best part is, they are made with a cookie cutter you probably own, a HEART!

To make these you’ll need:

Begin by outlining and flooding the cookie in sections. For help with outlining and flooding, come see me!

After outlining the cookie, flood alternating sections being sure to wait about 20-30 minutes between touching areas to give the cookie a dimensional look. Continue filling this way until the cookie is completely flooded. Let the cookies dry overnight.

The next day, add rivets to each section of the cookie and let dry. Then use Wilton pearl spray or lustre dust to make the robot metallic. Want tips on making your cookies shine, come see me!

After the spray has had a few minutes to dry, fill the face section of the cookies with black flood icing and quickly drop in the pre-made eyes.

Let the cookies dry once again, for a few hours. To finish up, use a small icing tip such as a PME #1.5 to add a mouth and heart detail.

When the cookies are dry, you will have adorable little robot treats, perfect for your little Valentine!

If you LOVE making cookies, please swing by and visit my blog, The Sweet Adventures of SugarBelle. I’m always neck deep in new cookie adventures, and I LOVE sharing them with new friends!

Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day! And as always, we hope you’re inspired to craft, bake and create!

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About Callye ~ Sweet Sugar Belle

Creative genious behind the blog The Adventures of Sweet Sugar Belle. She's pretty much obsessed with decorating cookies. Does it almost every day, and still her mind is OVERFLOWING with ideas. She calls it "cookie think."

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  1. 1

    The minute I saw them I knew Callye made these. Her signature style is all over these. So fun a creative!

  2. 2
    Elizabeth L in Apex, NC says:

    LOVE these! What a great boy’s party idea – ya’ll rock!

  3. 3

    Callye always comes up with the most creative cookie ideas and then brings her ideas to life so brilliantly! These robot Valentine cookies are just another example of why this talented baker/decorator is so loved and admired.

  4. 4

    These are fabulous!!

  5. 5

    So cute!

  6. 6

    These are a classic Sugar Belle cookie…as always fabulous and amazing!!! I LOVE THEM!!!

  7. 7

    These are a classic Sugar Belle cookie…as always fabulous and amazing!!! I LOVE THEM!!!

  8. 8
    Alan Swinford says:

    Please SweetSugarBelle!!! Daddy’s friends are begging for cookies! Dad’s friend get mean without Sugarbelle cookies. :-)

  9. 9

    These cookies are just too cute! What a terrific job! Many thanks for sharing :)

  10. 10

    OMG. if there was a cookie museum this
    would have to be under heavy security due to
    its awesomeness.
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  11. 11

    Love these cookies and all the information you share, very helpful. I have a question about your black icing, how do you get it so black? I have a problem with the icing tasting really chemically when I try and get it black as you’ve shown. Can you offer any tips?


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