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Cookie Spheres!

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Cookie Spheres! by not-so-evil-scientist Sep 30, 2012
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Cookie Spheres, cookies in 3d


Print cutter
choose a cookie dough that won’t rise or spread much
Role dough out to a thickness of 1/8 in or 3mm. I use shish kabob skewers as guides
bake on silicone bake sheets, or though I haven’t tried it my grandma suggested wax paper.
Bake if the slot gets deformed in moving to cookie sheet or backing just widen it with a knife while its still warm.
wait till cool then slide cookies together

This was originally a challenge to guess that it was based solely on the cutter it was worth 10 points which go to AirplaneGuy for his correct guess. The points are like gold stars on your paper or levels in your video game they hold no value but they make you feel cool

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