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The Cookie Box

Labels designed by Leah Borenstein, omgdesign@aol.com

Upgrade your favorite cookie recipe with any topping. Make just one type or a whole bunch of varieties. To add an additional layer of goodness to the cookie itself, add the ingredients of the topping into the cookie batter. I used five cookies. Three or four cookies will work nicely as well.

You will need:
  • 10-oz flat water bottles
  • iced coffee
  • 4½x9-inch bottle labels
  • large cookies with toppings
  • cellophane bags
  • 1x5-inch cookie labels
  • 12x4.8x2-inch charcuterie bakery boxes
  • newspaper parchment paper
Toppings I used:
  • milk chocolate with halva pecans
  • white and milk chocolate with smokey almonds
  • dark chocolate with salty peanuts
  • caramel cookie dip with toffee peanuts and white drizzle
  • dark chocolate with crushed peppermint
  • white milk chocolate with white Viennese crunch

Fill water bottles with iced coffee. Apply labels to bottles.

Wrap each cookie in a cellophane bag and apply label.

Arrange cookies in the box on top of newspaper parchment paper.

Place iced coffee on top of box.

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(Originally featured in Family Table, Issue 883)

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