Stephen Lewis

These containers were made to look like humble brown-paper bags, but that's where the resemblance ends. Sweet and crunchy, they can hold fruit or candy and can be served as an individual dessert as part of a buffet, or offered as a take-home favor. To make

Cookie "Bags," use a scalloped pastry wheel to cut the baked batter into strips about 1 1/2 inches wider than you want the bag's height to be. Place a mold on the cookie; use an offset spatula to wrap the cookie around the mold. For the bottom of the bag, fold the excess cookie as you would if wrapping a gift.

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March 15, 2015
The link for this recipe is not working. Please email the recipe. Thank you, kindly.
July 9, 2010
Where is the recipe for the batter for the cookie? Love this idea and thanks, Tommye
February 28, 2009
I made "boxes" like these for another dessert idea, and they were great!
January 7, 2008
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