Watermelon: Enjoy It All Year Long - 30 Easy Watermelon Recipes from Mr. Food Free eCookbook
How to Mail & Store Cookies
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Nothing captures the spirit of the holiday season like a house filled with the appetizing scent of fresh baked treats. Here in the Test Kitchen, we have more than a few favorite Christmas cookie recipes. Cookies make great holiday gifts, but how about sending a few of your favorite holiday cookie recipes to your kid who's away at college, your neighbor who just moved, or your cousin who lives in a different state? If you're mailing some homemade cookies, the last thing you want after spending hours in the kitchen baking is for them to fall apart while being transported. Boy, would that be crummy!
Follow these tips on how to package and how to ship cookies to make sure your tasty treats arrive in one delicious piece!
We've got tons of mouthwatering cookie recipes to choose from, so whether you love snickerdoodle cookies, you've got an affinity for Double Peanut Butter Cookies, or you prefer your desserts stuffed with goodies, like in our M&M Drop Cookies, we've got ways to make sure the holiday cookie recipes everyone loves arrive whole and last long enough for the whole gang to enjoy them. Break out your oven mitts, and get baking!
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