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FlavorUpdated 12:00 a.m., Thu December 12, 2013
Fun for adults and children alike, decorating holiday-shaped sugar cookies is a family tradition for many. Try cutting the shapes on pre-cut parchment paper and removing the extra dough. This will help keep the cookies’ delicate shapes intact. For best results, keep the dough and baking sheets cool until they go into the oven.
Each family has its own traditions during the holidays, but none seems more widespread than baking and decorating Christmas sugar cookies. Cut into festive shapes and bedazzled with bling from sanding sugar, edible pearls and diamonds, shiny dragees or colorful jimmies, these little handmade pieces of art taste as good as they look. Here are a few tips that can help to make those Christmas trees, stars and ornaments keep their shape and taste. For those who want to skip the mixing and jump right to the baking, pre-made refrigerated dough is an acceptable alternative, but st... READ MORE
Thanksgiving Day is the unofficial beginning of a luxurious four- to five-week stretch known as the “holidays” — that time when many of even the most indulgent behaviors are dismissed with an offhanded “Oh, it’s the holidays.” Second helpings are second nature; desserts are decidedly decadent.