Cookie Making Bascis
Learn how to make cookies! From selecting the right cookie baking sheet and softening butter to making your own cookie icing and dipping sandwich cookies in melted chocolate, this collection turns you from a cookie klutz to a master cookie baker in no time.
Adorable Gingerbread Houses: Our Construction Secrets
Create a fun gingerbread house with basic candies and our tested construction techniques.Simple Gingerbread House . Use a pattern to cut sides. Join the walls with frosting. Attach the roof. Attach the candies with frosting. Wafer cookies make
Decorate Cookies Like the Pros: How to Use Luster Dust
Add color and sparkle to your cookies with luster dust. We'll explain this so-easy, so-cheap tool for making standout decorated cookies.
Giant Cookies for Kids...With a Twist!
Get your kids involved in the kitchen with fun sugar cookies made in puzzle shapes. No special equipment needed -- here's how!
Four Freezing Secrets for Cookie Dough
How to Freeze Cookies. Finish your holiday baking early! If you have sturdy cookies: Place baked, cooled, and unfrosted cookies in freezer bags. If you have sliced cookie dough: Wrap dough logs in plastic wrap and tin foil. If you have shaped cookie dough: Freeze balls on a cookie sheet and place frozen balls in a freezer bag. Cookie dough: Frozen dough in a tightly sealed container. Thaw in fridge before baking. Enjoy!you have sliced cookie dough: Wrap dough logs in plastic wrap and tin foil . If you have shaped cookie dough: Freeze balls on a cookie sheet and place frozen balls in a freezer bag. Cookie dough: Frozen dough in a tightly sealed container. Thaw in fridge before baking.
How to Soften Butter
Many cookie recipes call for softened butter, but no one has time to wait for butter to soften. We'll show you an easy trick for how to soften butter in no time.
How to Check Cookies for Doneness
One of the most common questions we hear is, "How do I know when my cookies are done?" We help solve this baking conundrum with our secrets to testing your chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookies, and other favorite cookie recipes during the baking process.
How to Frost Sugar Cookies
Frost your cookies just like the bakery -- our tips ensure success. Starting with the piping bag, we help you discover the little tricks you can use to make pretty decorated cookies for any occasion.you've always wanted to decorate cookies like they come out of a pastry shop , well then, you've come to the right place. With a few basics and are secrets to success, you can make gorgeous decorated
How to Decorate Cookies with Icing
Top your cookies with beautiful decorative icing, ensuring your cookie plate always stands out in a crowd. Watch as our Test Kitchen expert demonstrates two easy icing techniques: how to swirl the icing, and how to create hearts on your decorative
How to Make Chocolate Chip Cookies Chewy or Crispy
We’ve got the best-ever chocolate chip cookie recipe for you! Get our tips for the kinds of fat you can bake with (butter, oil, and shortening) so your chocolate chip cookies end up chewy or crispy --whichever you prefer.with Better Homes and Gardens. So how do you like your choco chip cookies ? Regardless of whether you like them crispy or soft or somewhat in between, we have some Test Kitchen secrets to success. Tohalf butter and half oil. No matter how you like your choco chip cookies , Better Homes and Gardens secrets to success has the formula you need for perfect cookies every time.
How to Frost and Glaze Cookies
Make your sugar cookies extra special with these simple frosting techniques. One of our secrets is to turn the same frosting into a glaze. We also show you how sprinkles can dress up your cookies.