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Still need a cookie recipe for Santa? Our Slice-and-Bake Snowmen Cookies are adorable + delicious: http://bit.ly/1ktMj6F via popsugarfood
Still need a cookie recipe for Santa? Our Slice-and-Bake Snowmen Cookies are adorable + delicious: http://bit.ly/1ktMj6F via popsugarfood

Still need a cookie recipe for Santa? Our Slice-and-Bake Snowmen Cookies are adorable + delicious: http://bit.ly/1ktMj6F via popsugarfood

Homemade Rugelach
Part cookie, part pastry, and often seasoned with a sweep of apricot preserves and cinnamon sugar or laced with raisins and walnuts. Meet our variation of Rugelach.
Homemade Rugelach
Part cookie, part pastry, and often seasoned with a sweep of apricot preserves and cinnamon sugar or laced with raisins and walnuts. Meet our variation of Rugelach.

Homemade Rugelach

Part cookie, part pastry, and often seasoned with a sweep of apricot preserves and cinnamon sugar or laced with raisins and walnuts. Meet our variation of Rugelach.

Holiday How-To: Saving Oversoftened Butter

STALE COOKIES NO MORE
Sure, you can try to eat an entire tin of soft, chewy cookies before they grow stale and harden—or you can store them along with tortillas and parchment paper. The tortillas fit tidily into the tin, where their moisture keeps cookies soft for days. Start by tracing the bottom of a cookie tin on a sheet of parchment paper, then cut it out and repeat as needed. Layer the parchment, a tortilla, parchment, and layer of completely cooled cookies in the tin. Repeat until the tin is full, ending with a layer of cookies. Get more tips here. 
STALE COOKIES NO MORE
Sure, you can try to eat an entire tin of soft, chewy cookies before they grow stale and harden—or you can store them along with tortillas and parchment paper. The tortillas fit tidily into the tin, where their moisture keeps cookies soft for days. Start by tracing the bottom of a cookie tin on a sheet of parchment paper, then cut it out and repeat as needed. Layer the parchment, a tortilla, parchment, and layer of completely cooled cookies in the tin. Repeat until the tin is full, ending with a layer of cookies. Get more tips here. 

STALE COOKIES NO MORE

Sure, you can try to eat an entire tin of soft, chewy cookies before they grow stale and harden—or you can store them along with tortillas and parchment paper. The tortillas fit tidily into the tin, where their moisture keeps cookies soft for days. Start by tracing the bottom of a cookie tin on a sheet of parchment paper, then cut it out and repeat as needed. Layer the parchment, a tortilla, parchment, and layer of completely cooled cookies in the tin. Repeat until the tin is full, ending with a layer of cookies. Get more tips here.