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making cookies on a stick but not sure

post #1 of 91
Thread Starter 
if you insert the stick prior to baking or once removed from the oven.
i am using NFSC receipe and im gonna try toba's RI.
the dough is chillin now so i have time to wait for responses!!! haha.
thanks in advance
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Wilton Method Instructor. If you're lucky enough to be on a beach...you're lucky enough.
DANCE as though no one is watching you, LOVE as though you have never been hurt before, SING as though no one can hear you, LIVE as though heaven is on earth...souza
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post #2 of 91
I insert the sticks before baking my cookies.
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post #4 of 91
Thread Starter 
great thanks so much
Wilton Method Instructor. If you're lucky enough to be on a beach...you're lucky enough.
DANCE as though no one is watching you, LOVE as though you have never been hurt before, SING as though no one can hear you, LIVE as though heaven is on earth...souza
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Wilton Method Instructor. If you're lucky enough to be on a beach...you're lucky enough.
DANCE as though no one is watching you, LOVE as though you have never been hurt before, SING as though no one can hear you, LIVE as though heaven is on earth...souza
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post #5 of 91
I always use to put in sticks before baking, but that was always stressful for me and I just didn't do it very often. I never though of attaching the sticks to the bags until fellow CCer Shiney mentioned this method a few times, I tried it and holy cow I am a convert, this is the only way I will ever do cookies "on a stick" again! She hot glues and then tapes, I just used super clear tape, it is stronger than regular for some reason and they stay on perfectly. Thanks Shiney!! Good luck on your project, here are a few pictures of how mine look.
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~Andrea
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post #6 of 91
Andpotts: I'm so glad you could use my tip! I use both hot glue and packaging tape so I don't have to worry about heavy cookies. I just keep a bunch of these fixed up. So, when i do a bunch of cookies, I don't have to know which ones are for bouquet before I decorate. your cookies look fab, and I'm so glad you put a pic of the stick!
Shiney
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post #7 of 91
After seeing this, I thought I'd go through the process for y'all. I sit in front of one of those tv tray tables, have a stack of bags, and sticks, and place several pieces of packing tape around the table, hanging off the edge,so i can pull them off easily. I hotglue stick to first bag in stack, immediately put the tape on, set aside, and on and on. It's something you can do while watching tv, and feel like you're multi-tasking, and not just sitting in front of the tv icon_smile.gif
Shiney
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Shiney
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post #8 of 91
I have been wanting to try this but was afraid that the cookies would droop. Do they? Your pictures look great though so I'm assuming they don't. What size bags do you use?
post #9 of 91
twopeas, my cookies do not droop, I get them snug and then tie at the bottom. I use Wilton Crystal Clear Party bags 4 x 9 1/2, from Walmart. When I'm able to go to Michaels or hobbylobby, I pick up that size in the 50 or 100 count bags.
In this pic you can see The t-shirt cookie is 5 1/2 inch across at the arms, and I have it in a bit sideways, and it fits snug. Wilton has a bigger size bag that I sometimes use for larger cookies, or I put the stick on sideways in this size bag, and tie on the end. Does that make sense?
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post #10 of 91
What do you guys put inside any of your bouquet containers to weigh them down? I've seen some bouquets done with boxsets which are soooooo light and a piece of styrofoam or floral foam will not hold it up.
post #11 of 91
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Originally Posted by luv2bake6

What do you guys put inside any of your bouquet containers to weigh them down? I've seen some bouquets done with boxsets which are soooooo light and a piece of styrofoam or floral foam will not hold it up.



I use rocks, lol, I get bags of decorative rocks at the $ store and pour them around and on top of the florist foam, probably a little over kill, but I've never had any tip over icon_smile.gif
~Andrea
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post #12 of 91
So the hot glue doesn't break the plastic bag? I would love to try this! SOmetimes I didn't think I wanted a bouquet and then I'm late to change my mind... so this will be prefect.
post #13 of 91
I tried this today and it worked perfectly! I am so excited now I don't have to work around sticks on the cookies sheets! Wow, thanks so much for the GREAT information!! icon_biggrin.gif
post #14 of 91
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Originally Posted by shiney

Andpotts: I'm so glad you could use my tip! I use both hot glue and packaging tape so I don't have to worry about heavy cookies. I just keep a bunch of these fixed up. So, when i do a bunch of cookies, I don't have to know which ones are for bouquet before I decorate. your cookies look fab, and I'm so glad you put a pic of the stick!



Sorry, I have a stupid question. I am confused. You hot glue the stick to the inside of outside of the bag? Then, you place a peice of tape over it?
post #15 of 91
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Originally Posted by shiney

Andpotts: I'm so glad you could use my tip! I use both hot glue and packaging tape so I don't have to worry about heavy cookies. I just keep a bunch of these fixed up. So, when i do a bunch of cookies, I don't have to know which ones are for bouquet before I decorate. your cookies look fab, and I'm so glad you put a pic of the stick!



Sorry, I have a stupid question. I am confused. You hot glue the stick to the inside of outside of the bag? Then, you place a peice of tape over it?
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