How to Decorate the Edges of Your Sugar Cookies

Instead of just decorating the top of the sugar cookie, try mixing things up by decorating the sides of the cookie with sprinkles. Fun for the kids!Let the kids join in on the cookie baking fun as they roll the cookie dough in colorful sprinkles, crushed candies, or nuts. So colorful! These cookies are so fun and colorful with their icing and decorated sides that you’ll never want to have plain sugar cookies again. So easy!All you have to do is roll your cookie dough into a log, pour your favorite decorative toppings on some parchment paper, and roll the …

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Famous Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes

Get Dad’s Famous Chocolate Chip Cookie mix 70% OFF now when you add it to cart and use the code “ZCHIP” at checkout. One of the core values that we have here at the Prepared Pantry is bringing families closer together through delicious baked goods. What better way to bring families together than with ooey-gooey chocolate chip cookies? The sweet aroma of freshly baked cookies will waft through the door before the kids can even start trudging their feet through the doorway. If you love melted chocolate and freshly baked cookies— or cookie dough, depending on how far you get— …

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Cookies on a Stick

These are simple and so much fun! Use a cookie mix or your favorite recipe.  Just choose a drop cookie with a flat profile.  Make the cookie dough according to directions.  Scoop dough onto the cookie sheet and insert sticks into each of the cookies.  With the cookies that we’ve used, we have not had to flatten the cookies to keep the sticks in place. Bake the cookies. Remove the cookies to wire racks to cool completely. Make the frosting according to directions.  You may need to thin the frosting just a little to get a smooth layer of frosting …

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Cookie Troubleshooting Guide

If your cookies are too tough . . . You may have used too much flour or a flour with too high of a protein content. Unless you want a chewy cookie, do not use bread flour. Check your measurements–the cookies may not have enough fat or the amount of sugar may be wrong. If your cookies are too crumbly . . . They may have too much sugar, shortening, or leavening or may not be thoroughly mixed. Try adding more eggs. If your cookies are too hard . . . They may have been baked too long or at …

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