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I just finished baking cookies... Amish sugar cookies.... which after you drop by small teaspoonfuls onto the cookie sheet you press the cookie stamp gently on the cookie.... This particular recipe d
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Cookie stamps

posted at 12/5/2010 2:17 PM EST
Posts: 29
First: 10/25/2008
Last: 4/5/2011

I just finished baking cookies... Amish sugar cookies.... which after you drop by small teaspoonfuls onto the cookie sheet you press the cookie stamp gently on the cookie.... This particular recipe did not say to dip the stamp in flour first... but after a few unsuccessful attempts at it... I started doing that.... The problem is the design baked out of the cookie... The cookies taste good... but I ended up just flattening out the cookie and sprinkling some decorative colored sugar on each cookie... I am disappointed and am wondering if any one else use these cookie stamps and what recipe they use..I love making cookies but am really disappointed...
Thanks for for your help

Re: Cookie stamps

posted at 12/13/2010 3:12 PM EST
Posts: 658
First: 8/8/2008
Last: 6/5/2012
Mary, I am sorry that your cookies were a disappointment.  I have even used a basic sugar cookie recipe and the stamps have worked on them with just a slight dip of sugar.  What material is your cookie stamp made out of? Does your recipe call for butter or shortening?   With my disappointing cookies I can still find a place for them.....LOL  MY TUMMY!