Item# WLPROJ-4496

Rabbit Nabbed It! Cookie

Item No. WLPROJ-4496
Amount
Each cookie serves 1.

This Easter treat is twice as tasty! The bunny is a Cookie Treat baked on a Cookie Treat Stick. The basket is a separate roll-out cookie you bake, decorate and attach to hide the stick.

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