VIDEO! How to Make Halloween Treats with
ZANDA PANDA’s Handmade
Stoneware Halloween Cookie Molds
There’s nothing tricky about making these treats!
Make these adorably goofy Bat, Cat and Witch cookies for your Halloween party or to delight your favorite Trick-or-Treaters.
A few things to remember:
• Always use a cookie dough recipe that was designed for molded cookies, or they might flatten out in the oven when baked and will lose the designs. You can find recipes on the ZP website and at Anne L. Watson’s Molded Cookie site.
• Oil your mold very sparingly, too much oil may encourage the dough to stick. You’ll want a very soft sheen on the face of the mold. If it’s shiny, wipe away the excess oil with a lint free towel. You only need to oil your mold once – not before each cookie.
• Thoroughly dust your dough with flour – But be sure that it looks ‘frosted’ – not heavily floured.
YES! Although we are no longer taking reservations, you can still receive a
on a set of Halloween Cookie Molds if you’re on my ‘Favorite People‘ list
(or would like to be added to the list).
To order, visit: http://zandapanda.com/HalloweenStonewareCookieMolds.asp , where you’ll also find illustrated directions on using your molds and a recipe for Pumpkin Spice Cookies with cream Cheese Cookie Dip.
And feel free to send me photos of yourself in costume with your Halloween cookies!
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