8" Cookies--Fragile?

Baking By lhayes1976 Updated 12 Feb 2009 , 2:03pm by lchristi27

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lhayes1976 Posted 12 Feb 2009 , 2:57am
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I have orders for 8" heart cookies for Valentines. I've never made cookies this large. Can I bag them or should I get boxes? This is one of those "I'll never do this again for this price".

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prterrell Posted 12 Feb 2009 , 3:03am
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I would get boxes. Those are some big cookies!

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7yyrt Posted 12 Feb 2009 , 3:13am
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I cut a cardboard backing to put them on, with a few dabs of frosting as glue. If they're too thin, they will break.

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KathyTW Posted 12 Feb 2009 , 3:15am
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For my large 12" heart cookies I used foam board and cut out a "cake board" and covered it just like I would for a cake - then I can just use cellophane to wrap and tie with a bow....I think it was cheaper than boxes and takes up a lot less room![/img]

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TracyLH Posted 12 Feb 2009 , 1:59pm
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For fragile cookies, I cut cakeboard to fit the cello bag and place two layers of parchment paper in between the cookie and the cakeboard to prevent the cakebaord from getting butter staining and detracting from the overall look. It has worked like a charm, even on my long-necked electric guitar cookies and those were plenty fragile. Worked great! thumbs_up.gif

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lchristi27 Posted 12 Feb 2009 , 2:03pm
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Great idea! I just shipped some and am afraid they broke. will remember these tricks for next time

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