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How to Use a Cookie Mold

by Alicia Bodine
Cookie molds may be confused with cookie cutters. Cookie cutters only shape the outside of a cookie whereas a mold can shape the outsides and top and bottom of the cookie. Molds are great to use on special occasions such as a birthdays, Christmas, and Easter. Using the molds is so easy that even you...

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