5 Easy Steps for Shipping Cookies
You are a cookie baking dynamo! You’ve baked everyone’s favorite Christmas/Holiday cookies. You are just 5 Easy Steps away from shipping Cookies to their destination in one piece. That’s right, all in one piece. With little or no cookie bits! Of course I can’t “guarantee” the cookies will arrive without a crumble, the bits are just as good anyway. But these 5 easy steps for shipping cookies rarely fails. Make sure cookies have cooled completely before packing.
What You Need
A box deep enough to hold the cookies on their edge
Air popped popcorn (no butter, flavorings etc.) Enough to fill the box
Cling wrap or sandwich bags
Brown paper, tape, bakers twine,scissors.( for wrapping package).Do not use twine if mailing.
Lets do this!
1-Start by lining the box with tissue, keep enough out on either side to fold over the filled box.
2-Individually wrap each cookie with cling wrap (or put each cookie in a baggie).
3- Pour a small layer of popcorn inside the tissue lined box.
4- Take each wrapped cookie and place it in the box on the cookies edge, repeat until the cookies are all in the box.
5-Add more popcorn and make sure there is plenty of popcorn between each cookie. Add more popcorn to cover, fold tissue paper over the top of the filled box.
Taa Daa, now you can wrap it and ship it across town or across the states. Remember to ask the postal worker to stamp fragile and perishable on your package.
Have you seen all of the wonderful cookie recipes at the Annual Cookie Swap Linky party? You can still share your cookies too.
Will you try my 5 easy steps to shipping cookies?
I’m looking forward to seeing all of your posts at the blog hop these week. I know there will be more cookies shared at the hop too.
Remember that you can start sharing at the hop at 7 pm (MST)
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