Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Streamline the Easter Cookie-Making Process This Year with the Mrs. Fields Cookie Cuttables™ Easter Cookie Grid (Review)

Disclosure:  I was sent a product sample from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  All views shared are mine and mine alone.




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Don't you hate it when you go to do something, say for instance, baking, and can't find all the necessary tools and gadgets?  That is always the case come the holidays, as I gear up to bake cookies with the girls. Each year, I put the cookie cutters away in a secret place, so that my husband will not move them on me.  But, when I go to grab them, I forget where I put them. Go figure!

But, this Easter I will not have to worry about hunting down our Easter cookie cutters thanks to Mrs. Fields Cookie Cuttables™ Easter cookie grid, which was recently sent to review.  This multi-cookie cutter grid has 10 cookie cutouts in one.  




You will be able to cut out 4 Easter eggs, 3 Easter bunny faces and 3 baby chicks in one cutting.  Not only does this cookie cutter grid save on storage space when not in use, but it also cuts down on the time it takes to cut out holiday themed cookies after rolling out the dough over and over again, until you use up all the cookie dough you have made.

With the Mrs. Fields Cookie Cuttables™ Easter cookie grid, you simple have to roll out your sugar cookie dough (or other cookie dough), lay the cookie grid on top and press down.  Then, you lift the cookie cutter grid up and peel the cookies cutout shapes up and lay them on a prepared cookie sheet.






Want to save enough more time when prepping your Easter cookies with this cookie grid?  If you are using store bought sugar cookie dough that can be rolled out, simply place the rolled out dough on a prepared cookie sheet.  Then, use the cookie-cutter grid and cut out the 10 Easter cookie shapes.  Peel away the excess, which is on minimal, and you are ready to bake.  Saves you on prepping and flouring a work space and then having to clean up.  I always lay parchment paper down on a cookie sheet prior to spraying baking spray, to save time on cleaning up sticky cookie sheets after cookies are done baking.

Over the past few days the girls and I have been making and decorating fun Easter cookies thanks to this handy cookie cutter grid.  And, while I was the one using the cookie-cutter grid, I has two willing cookie testers waiting in the wins to try out the finished product, after they had fun decorating them.







Usually I would only make one batch of cookies, as it is time consuming to prep the dough, roll it out, and clean up after decorating, but with the time saving tips I shared above, in addition to the Mrs. Fields Cookie Cuttables™ Easter cookie grid, I don't mind baking extra Easter cookies for the girls to decorate and hand out to family and friends. :-)



So, if you are finding yourself pressed for time this Easter, but still want to get the Easter cookies made, why not consider picking up the Mrs. Fields Cookie Cuttables™ Easter cookie grid, and using my quick tips?  Then, let the kids help with decorating the cookies with frosting, sprinkles, etc.  



At only $9.99 (Buy now at Amazon.com, or through other online retailers and at some specialty kitchen supply stores), you can't go wrong with the price.

And, next year Easter I will not have to pull the house apart looking for the cookie cutters as the Mrs. Fields Cookie Cuttables™ Easter cookie grid fits nicely next to my cookie sheets, so it will be easy to find and grab when I need it. :-)
Disclosure:  I was sent a product sample from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  All views shared are mine and mine alone.

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