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Cookie Dough

Prevent sticking:  If the dough sticks to your spoon or scoop, dip it in milk so the dough will not stick.

Make even balls: use a small melon scoop.  When all your cookies are baked they will all be the same size.


Shipping: freeze first, wrap and ship in a box packed with popcorn.

Storing:  Freshly baked cookies will stay soft in a cookie jar when you add a fresh piece of bread.

Baking Cookies

Use parchment paper to line the cookie sheet. When the cookies are done, simply slide the sheet of parchment with cookies onto a counter and reload.  Also note that you can re-use the sheet of parchment for 2-3 batches of cookies without replacing with a new sheet.