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How to Clean your Cookie Cutters

How to Clean your Cookie Cutters

Holiday activities don't get much more fun — or tastier than  banking cutout cookies. YAY! And here comes the fun part, cleaning up your cookie cutter! OH NO!

Plastic cookie cutters can go on the dishwasher's top rack but tin-plate and copper cutters need a little bit more TLC; specifically, they need to be completely dried, lest they rust. Unless you want to have a cutter does not rust which is the  " s tainless steel cutters, with hassle-free. You can buy these stainless steel cookie cutters on Sweet Cookie Crumbs.

Anyway, there's a little shortcut that'll save you many tedious minutes spent hand-drying each and every nook and cranny.

  • Add the cookie cutters to a mixing bowl and fill with hot soapy water; soak for about 5 minutes to loosen up stuck-on dough and flour.
  • Use a sponge to wipe the cutters clean and rinse with hot water.
  • Arrange the cookie cutters on a sheet pan, and then put the pan in the oven to dry. The residual heat from your baking project will dry the cutters gently and completely.

YEHEY!  Look at your cleany bitsy cutters! No ugly spots on your cutters and they will last for years. HORAAAY!

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