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.

About the author

    Thursday Bram is a freelance journalist of over five years experience. She has worked in real estate and property management, learning the hard way the difference between the appliances that people like and the appliances that actually work in a home. Thursday currently lives in Maryland.


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