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Thread: Cookie Dough Maps

  1. #1
    Yet another question.

    Once we have made the cookie dough maps and 'decorated' them what do we do with them?

    Cook them, refrigerate them, eat them?
    Kylie (Homeschooling in Melbourne, Australia)
    TOG Year 3
    C (12, D)
    D (10, UG)
    J (4)
    K (2)

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    Hi,
    Yes, except take a picture for your portfolio before you eat them. Enjoy!

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    Dana C. in TN
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  3. #3
    Are there instructions for baking?
    Kylie (Homeschooling in Melbourne, Australia)
    TOG Year 3
    C (12, D)
    D (10, UG)
    J (4)
    K (2)

  4. #4
    My kids ate theirs uncooked
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  5. #5
    Thanks. My son keeps going though all my TOG stuff as I'm preparing to start in August. Can we do that? Can we make that? Can we read that? Yes, yes, just give me a couple more weeks. LOL, it's great to have him so excited about starting school.
    Kylie (Homeschooling in Melbourne, Australia)
    TOG Year 3
    C (12, D)
    D (10, UG)
    J (4)
    K (2)

  6. #6
    The cookie dough recipe on the loom seems to be for a co-op. How big are the cookies? Baking tray size? I only have one child in LG and a pre-schooler who will want to take part as well. Should I halve or quarter the recipe?
    Kylie (Homeschooling in Melbourne, Australia)
    TOG Year 3
    C (12, D)
    D (10, UG)
    J (4)
    K (2)

  7. #7
    Oh! One more thing. Is it best to refrigerate the dough before using it, or is it good to go straight from the mixing bowl?
    Kylie (Homeschooling in Melbourne, Australia)
    TOG Year 3
    C (12, D)
    D (10, UG)
    J (4)
    K (2)

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    I haven't used this recipe, but I used another cookie recipe, and it worked great - until we baked it - then the dough all merged together and we had a cookie sheet-sized cookie with no map features! Good thing I took a picture before baking.

    Does this recipe do that, and does anyone have another recipe that doesn't do that?
    Janet, wife to 1, mom to 10
    5 graduated, 2R, 2D, 1LG - doing Y3 again!

  9. #9
    Some people use sugar cookie dough and cook it. The decorating is then done afterwards. This porbably works better for the 'design your own country' in week one than maps of real places.
    Kylie (Homeschooling in Melbourne, Australia)
    TOG Year 3
    C (12, D)
    D (10, UG)
    J (4)
    K (2)

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