Although cookie cutters can make wonderful intricate designs for cutout cookies, they can be difficult to clean. Metal ones can get rusty and even plastic ones can get dough stuck in small parts. This is a guide about cleaning cookie cutters.
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Use the mesh bag from your next turkey to throw your cookie cutters into. Place the mesh and cookie cutters in your dish washer making sure that the end is closed and placed over a prong. The cutters can swish around and not get thrown around. Cleaning is a breeze this way.
Instead of towel drying metal cookie cutters, put the washed cookie cutters on a baking sheet and pop it in the oven for a few minutes. You can even do this right after the oven has been turned off. Your cookie cutters will soon be dry.
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