When we were growing up, this time of year was the best, my mom and Aunt would be baking for hours, and the house always smelled so good, we know how to bake and make all the cookies she always did.


The biggest baker in our house is my niece she loves to make cookies and cakes so when I saw Artesão Molds, I knew I needed to get them for her, so we can have some cute cookies for Christmas. These are so easy to use and are great, these are all made from silicone molds, all you have to do is simply press the dough into the mold. peel the mold off of the dough and bake. How simple is that, each design is hand-sculpted and individually cast so that they have attention to every detail.


What I love is there is no dusting or oiling of any kind, making them better to use, they come in different kinds and you can also have something made that you like. I would of my dog I just recently lost, and make a cookie of her. They have some really cute designs I love these and will defiantly order more.


Susan’s Favorite Cookie Recipe 

*(For a subtle caramel-like flavor and color, substitute brown sugar for regular sugar)

Flour should be weighed for the most reliable results
2 ½ cups flour (15oz/424 grams). Don’t sift it — scoop it
½ teaspoon salt
¾ cup (1 ½ sticks) unsalted butter, room temperature
I cup sugar, minus 1 ¾ tablespoons (6.8oz/198 grams)
1 egg
1 ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
Beat the butter on med-high speed until creamy. Scrape down sides of bowl when needed. Reduce speed and slowly add sugar. Return to med-high speed and beat until creamy (note: mixture lightens when creamed).
Reduce speed to medium and add the egg and vanilla. Mix until well incorporated. Scrape down sides of bowl when needed. In a separate bowl combine the flour and salt together with a whisk or fork.
Reduce the speed to low and add half of the flour and salt mixture. When almost fully incorporated, add the remaining flour and salt mixture and mix until dough starts pulling away from sides of the bowl. Dough should not feel sticky–more like a Play-Doh texture. If dough is sticky, add more flour 1 teaspoon at a time till desired texture is achieved. Too much flour can cause cookies to crack, so check often to prevent over drying.
Divide dough into 2 portions. Form each into disk shape and wrap in plastic wrap. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or freeze for later use. (If frozen, best when used within 6 months.)
Bake cookies at 350˚F on parchment paper until lightly browned on edges. Turn cookie sheet about halfway through baking time. Times vary according to size and thickness of cookie (between 10 and 17 minutes).
One batch makes approximately 40 mini, 17 small, 7 medium or 5 large Artesão Cookie Mold cookies.

The details are on point, just look at the pictures and they were simple to use, my niece loves them These are food-safe flexible molds, they are oven safe up to 450 the dough isn't intended to be baked in the mold, instead of releasing the dough then bake it. Your able to make sheets of cookies with a single mold, how exciting is this.

These molds are super versatile they even work great with chocolate making, candy molding, sugar casting and so much more. Each mold comes in a gift-ready drawstring bag, that includes USe and Care instructions as well as her favorite recipe.




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