And so the idea was born: a (clean) milk lid cookie cutter.
I altered the design a little by
hacking cutting a hole in the top of the lid with a knife. There were two reasons for this: the first is to push the dough off the cookie cutter after the shape has been cut; the second is to stop air ‘resistance’ when pressing the milk lid into the dough. Here are a few pictures of the cookie cutter in action:
And these were the end product: chocolate freckle cookies.
The recipe, by the way, comes out of the Woman’s Weekly BAKE cookbook, which I love. So many good recipes, it gets good use.
The little fella refused point blank to taste the dough – I guess all the nagging of ‘don’t eat dirt’ and ‘don’t eat play dough’ has worked.
More for mum.
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