3d bunny cookie

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3d bunny cookie by not-so-evil-scientist Mar 30, 2013
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3d bunny cookie


*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 parchment 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

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