Aunt Chick's Christmas cookie cutter set

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Aunt Chick's cookie cutters are back on the market after a long hiatus. The old ones could be a little unpredictable, but I've heard that the new ones are actually better. They make interesting and unique cookies.


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  • VintageReader

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    Aunt Chick's cookie cutters are back on the market after a long hiatus. The old ones could be a little unpredictable, but I've heard that the new ones are actually better. They make interesting and unique cookies.

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      To Barbara TX: Snowman: paint the scarf and hat with scarlet egg white,douse with red sugar.Shake off excessmittens with egg white and use green sugar. Jack-O-Lantern: I love him. He is so delightfully ugly without looking mean. The quickest way with this little fellow is to make him out of orange colored dough,adding red to yellow dough before the flour is added until desired shade is obtained. Buy orange coloring. A bit of green for his top knot finishes him off in a hurry. Use triangle cut raisins for his eyes. Santa: raisins for the eyes,coconut for the beard,paint the cap with egg whites and red sugar.

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    I bought all of them last year. I gave some to my sisters and this year my granddaughters, daughters and I had a cookie bake. They didnt turn out the way I remember them from when I was a girl, but they were so much fun. Are there photos anywhere of decorated cookies? I remember coconut on Santa's beard, lots of sugar sprinkles, etc.

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