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What kinds of Christmas cookies will hold up best when shipped long distances?

What kinds of Christmas cookies will hold up best when shipped long distances?
Submitted by kayla.b.craig

Choose sturdy cookies—drop cookies, refrigerator or icebox cookies, or molded varieties such as Spritz—that are not prone to crumbling and breakage. Unfrosted bars and brownies also travel well. Watch this video to learn some terrific packing tips.

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