Christmas cookie baking snowflake cookie cutters. This listing is for a 8 piece set of Snowflake cookie cutters all different shapes and graduating sizes just in time for Christmas.
1st three are the smallest and they measure just an inches and are used to cut the designs in the snowflake cutouts before you bake. 4th--measures 2" x 2" 5th--measures---3" x 3" 6th--measures 4" x 4" 7th--measures 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" 8th-- measures 6' x 6"
This is the season for family gatherings and creating traditional memories. Some of my best holiday memories are decorating cookies and warming up the house on a cold winter day. So festive and a good way to bring out the Christmas Cheer.
They are made of heavy tinplate. I am including a sugar cookie cut of recipe just in case you need one.
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Here is a free recipe that I use all the time to get the party started. Delicious!!!
Sugar Cookie Cut-Outs 1 Cup of butter (softened) 1 Cup of sugar 2 large eggs 2 tbls. of vanilla 3 cups of flour plus 1/2 cup for rolling out dough as needed 1 tbls. baking powder ½ teaspoon salt
In one bowl add flour, baking powder and salt mix well. In a separate bowl beat butter and sugar together until light & fluffy. Add eggs one at a time while beating then vanilla and continue beating. Combine by folding butter mixture into flour mixture. Mix and knead together until well mix. Roll out ¼ inch thick.cut out shapes and place on slightly greased baking sheet. Bake in a 350 degrees oven until golden brown about 8 min. Note: before rolling dough separate it into 3 sections and put into the fridge for about an hour for stiffing.
Tinplate cookie cutters should simply wipe of with damp cloth. In situations where it is required to sanitize, wash in warm soapy water and quickly hand dry.