Baking Cookies Together

Baking By Amylou Updated 9 Aug 2010 , 2:22am by messy1

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Amylou Posted 6 Aug 2010 , 5:54pm
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What's the best way? I've put numbers/letters together, and they bake and meld together, but they're flimsy and break apart at the seams easily. Anything special about doing this so they're more sturdy?


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7yyrt Posted 7 Aug 2010 , 10:19pm
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Can you wet the edges (where they meet) and rub a little to create 'glue' ? I don't put cookies side-to-side, but use that when putting layers together.

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messy1 Posted 9 Aug 2010 , 2:22am
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I have had luck taking the two cookie cutters, such as a 7 and 8 and drawing a pattern off them. I then lay the paper patterns slightly over the top or bottom of the other pattern and mark the lines. I cut out the marked area and when I cut the cookie dough I lay my paper pattern over the cookie and cut out the little notches with a knife. I lay them together on the cookie sheet like a puzzle and they bake together great. I have made the number 78 and 52 and had great luck. I have pictures of the 78 but do not know how to attach photos yet...Hope this makes sense. thumbs_up.gif

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