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browneyedgirll rated and reviewed the recipe Candy Corn Cookies
Candy Corn Cookies
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""BAKING TIP" - To avoid BLOB cookies, after you cut out cookies and place them on the pan, put the pan in the refrigerator for 3 to 5 minutes. Chilled dough will hold its shape,and ensure no blobs. Warm dough will not hold it's shape. I absolutely love these cookies!! Everyone raved last year about how great and unique they were. I originally made these for my pre-schooler to bring to school for his class party. Then, when my sixteen year old "football player" son came home and saw them,I had to bake 2 more batches because he wanted to bring them to school to share with his friends too!"
Posted on 10/26/2011
browneyedgirll rated and reviewed the recipe Candy Corn Cookies
Candy Corn Cookies
full spoonfull spoonfull spoonfull spoonfull spoon

"I just made my 1st batch of these cookies. Too cute, and tasty too. For anyone making these cookies, if you want the cookies to keep their shape and not turn into blobs, after you put your cutouts on your baking pan, put the pan in the refrigerator and let dough get cold again. when the dough gets warm, that is why they turn into blobs. It's kind of like a little baker's secret, but I don't mind sharing. You will love these little cookies. I can't wait to send them to my son's fall fest party tomorrow. Oh, I also added a Tbs. of flour to the mix, if you read the package it says if making cutout cookies to do so, I don't know why the recipe doesn't state that. Happy baking! "
Posted on 10/27/2010
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Posted 10/26/2011 2:00:07 PM REPORT ABUSE
Candy Corn Cookies
Candy Corn Cookies
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"BAKING TIP" - To avoid BLOB cookies, after you cut out cookies and place them on the pan, put the pan in the refrigerator for 3 to 5 minutes. Chilled dough will hold its shape,and ensure no blobs. Warm dough will not hold it's shape. I absolutely love these cookies!! Everyone raved last year about how great and unique they were. I originally made these for my pre-schooler to bring to school for his class party. Then, when my sixteen year old "football player" son came home and saw them,I had to bake 2 more batches because he wanted to bring them to school to share with his friends too!
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Posted 10/27/2010 9:04:19 AM REPORT ABUSE
Candy Corn Cookies
Candy Corn Cookies
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I just made my 1st batch of these cookies. Too cute, and tasty too. For anyone making these cookies, if you want the cookies to keep their shape and not turn into blobs, after you put your cutouts on your baking pan, put the pan in the refrigerator and let dough get cold again. when the dough gets warm, that is why they turn into blobs. It's kind of like a little baker's secret, but I don't mind sharing. You will love these little cookies. I can't wait to send them to my son's fall fest party tomorrow. Oh, I also added a Tbs. of flour to the mix, if you read the package it says if making cutout cookies to do so, I don't know why the recipe doesn't state that. Happy baking!
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