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Sending or giving away cookies, squares or other treats is a good way to share your holiday traditions or treat someone special. We have some tips to help your treats arrive safely and look good. Make and package them early enough, especially if they are going by mail.
A sturdy cardboard box, heavy plastic container or metal tin with lid is ideal for packaging. Line with foil or plastic wrap to make it food safe. Place a cushioning layer of crumpled wax paper, bubble wrap, popped popcorn or styrofoam chips on the bottom.
Follow instructions below and then fill open spaces in corners, along top and edges with more cushioning so there is no movement inside the box.
Attach the lid securely. Overwrap the box with an outer paper or gift wrap layer and tape all edges securely. Do not use gift wrap as the outer layer if sending by mail.
If mailing, print the mailing and return address on box. Check at your post office how to mark the package as “Fragile” and what level of service you should use to ensure the treats arrive as fresh as possible.
You may want to let the gift receiver know that there is food in the package so it can be kept away from hot areas, small children and pets.
These cookies are not only fun to eat, but fun to make. With their rainbow sprinkles you can’t help but smile as you enjoy every bite down to the last crumb.
These tasty no-bake squares are shockingly simple, you won’t believe how effortless they are to make. Graham wafers serve as a base for a quick toffee, melted chocolate and slivered almonds — it doesn’t get any easier!