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Delicious to serve and eat or great to hang on your holiday tree. Easy-to-use and quick-drying Color Flow Icing makes decorating these cookies a snap. Just use our Comfort Grip™ Christmas Tree, Heart and Round Cutters for shapes, bake and decorate in vivid jewel-tone colors.
It's 6 cookies in 1, gathered together in perfect harmony! Caroling Family Cookies feature a Giant Round Cookie which holds a Nesting Snowman family and a small Star Cookie on top. More fun than any greeting card!
Vacationing couple are Chilling in the Sunshine. We started with Grandma’s Gingerbread cookies, decorated them with royal icing and added molded candy ice cream cones. Perfect for summer get-togethers!
A cornucopia of fall forms, these cookies will be a hit at any autumn event. Use our leaf, pumpkin and fruit cutters to form the cookies; decorate the seasonal shapes with Color Flow Icing.
Surprise your guests with a twist on a traditional holiday favorite. Cinnamon Apple Butter Spritz cookies add fresh flavor to that classic butter cookie. A great choice for fall and Halloween parties!
In this instance, it’s OK to keep your eggs All in One Basket. Colorful egg cookies and tinted coconut “grass’ fill this candy basket for Easter.
Creating holiday cookie treats has never been easier! Start with the Gingerbread Cookie Kit, and dress up these crunchy cookie kids for tons of holiday fun! Use royal icing and candy trims, and add sparkle to their outfits using bright and festive candy trim!
Even your littlest ghosts can help you decorate All Hallow’s Eve Cookies. Cut cookies out with Halloween cutters and decorate with Halloween sprinkles, Color Mist Spray, and FoodWriter Edible Color Markers.
Build a wagon from cookies scored with lattice lines before baking; add flower cookie pops decorated with Ready-to-Use Icing Colors; stand back and watch guests smile their approval.
The subtle tang of freshly grated orange peel adds an extra twist of flavor to these Chewy Dark Chocolate and Orange Cookies. Sure to please and adults!
To save time, drop the dough onto cookie sheets and freeze. Once frozen, store in a freezer-safe container. Pop a sheet of cookies in the oven for a quick and easy after school snack.
Cookie presses require the right consistency of dough to produce those pretty shapes. Our Chocolate Spritz Cookies recipe lets you fill and press without problems.
Lemon Spritz Cookies recipe transforms your Christmas favorite into a treat you’ll enjoy any month of the year! The dough is a mix of lemon, vanilla and cream cheese. Use your cookie press to make the fun shapes.
Bake lots of treats for a party, church fundraiser or after-school snacks. Large Batch Roll-Out Cookies recipe will make over 6 dozen shaped cookies you can frost, dust with confectioners’ sugar or decorate with piped details.