|Daily Harvest Bakery and Deli Cookbook|
|by Teresa Gordon|
Opened in 2004, the Daily Harvest Bakery in Monroe, Louisiana, produces hundreds of muffins, pastries, breads, cakes, and cookies each day, all ma...
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Spread frosting on flat side of animal cookie or graham cracker. Put together with another cookie or crackers.
Core apple, then ... slice. Stand up animal crackers in peanut ... gum drop in center of top of the apple. Admire carousel for awhile, then eat. Makes 1.
With animal shaped cutters or ... cheese and/or meat as the basic forms, children can create animals, flowers, houses, and just about anything they want!
Grind oatmeal in blender or food processor. Add honey, salt, flour, soda. Cut in butter. Add 4 tablespoons milk. Roll and cut with cookie cutter. ...
Do not grease ... thin, cut with animal cookie cutters. Bake ... Absolutely A-1. Bake leftover pieces too. Ask children what do these shapes remind you of.
Let frozen dough thaw until pliable. Roll out to 1/4" thickness. Cut out shapes with cookie cutters. Place shapes on greased cookie sheet 1" apart. ...
Grind oatmeal in ... thin. Cut with animal cookie cutters. Bake ... Serves 8. Absolutely A-1! NOTE: Use real butter, soften first. Do not grease cookie sheet.
Put the butter, ... think of some animals to make. When ... squeeze and sculpt it with your hands. Bake your cookies for 10 minutes in a 400 degree oven.
Artificial flower (or weeds), frogs, lizards, animals, little rubber ... cookie layers should be thickest. Decorate, use as party center piece, then eat.
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