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Frozen Cookie Mix, Decorating Icing & Sprinkles
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My PA DS's preschool is baking cookies next week. uugghh! Why always something to do with food. Usually I just don't send him, but the teacher was really trying to accomodate me and wants him to come so she first asked if I would make the dough. I have no idea how to make dough, and then she said they were going to buy the frozen ones, but if I knew of one that was safe, they'd gladly use it. I usually use the Pillsbury Sugar Cookies. I think most feel safe with Pillsbury. If anyone has had a bad expereince, please let me know. Anyway, they also wanted icing and sprinkles to decorate. Has anyone ever used the Betty Crocker Dorating Icing that you spray like Whipped Cream? And how about the Betty Crocker Rainbow and/or Chocolate Sprinkles? And the Sugar sprinkles? I picked up Betty Crocker because I always use their cake mix, but I've never used the decorating stuff and I think I vaguely remember something to do with the dyes. Can anyone elaborate? It has yellow 5 lake, and blue 1 lake in it. And the sprinkles have red 40 lake, yellow 6 lake, yellow 5 lake, blue 1 lake, red 3. Thanks so much!!! I'm going to bring in our own cookie sheet and spatula too. But my stomache is still uneasy! :0
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