Caught with a hand in the cookie jar?

If you're caught with your hand in the cookie jar, it's only fair that you help refill it. The Cookie Cutters-in-a-Jar allow you to do just that.

The Cookie Cutters-in-a-Jar
The Cookie Cutters-in-a-Jar Williams Sonoma

When I was little, I'd spend hours plotting how to get my hands into the cookie jar. I didn't always manage it, but more often that not, the result would be that my grandmother would notice the jar was empty and tell me I had to help her make more. I didn't mind, of course. I don't think I would have minded getting caught with my hand in the Cookie Cutters-in-a-Jar, either. This cookie jar comes filled with a set of twelve different cookie cutters: a leaf, an apple, a car, an ice cream cone, a fluted circle, a cupcake, a house, a heart, a train, a daisy, a tulip and a star. Each cookie cutter is tin-plated steel, which works well with any cookie dough you care to try it on, although the cookie cutters should be hand-washed.

The Cookie Cutters-in-a-Jar are easier to keep track of, considering their convenient container. One of the reasons I haven't bought metal cookie cutters in a while is that they have an annoying tendency to get caught in a drawer and bent out of shape. Keeping cookie cutters in a cookie jar certainly avoids that problem. The Cookie Cutters-in-a-Jar is $19.95.

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