In addition to turning boring sheets of cookie dough into fun and whimsical shapes, cookie cutters can be used to make fruits, vegetables, cheeses, sandwiches, and popsicles look more interesting, to name just a few.
For a visually delightful breakfast, you can cut a hole out of the middle of a piece of toast using a cookie cutter and then use that hole to cook an egg.
If cooking and baking isn't your thing, you can also use cookie cutters for many crafty, non-edible tasks, such as making candles, potato stamps, and clay gift tags. For a very simple use, you can turn your cookie cutters into classy napkin holders on a dining table.
How do you use your cookie cutters? Share in the comments below!
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