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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Oh Cookie Tree, O Cookie Tree How Tasty are thy Branches Preheat oven to 350F 1 2 :Christmas Cookie Tree." 25 Years of Favorite Brand Name Baking. N/E. Lincolnwood: Publications INternational, LTD., 2006. 362. Print. Cut parchment baking paper to fit two large cookie sheets. Tape two large sheets of parchment to work surface with masking tape. Unwrap one package of cold dough and roll out to 1/4-inch thickness on parchment. Flour rolling pin to keep dough from sticking. With a small sharp knife, cut out one 7-inch circle and one 6.5 inch circle. Untape parchment and transfer circles to cookie sheet. Wrap up remaining dough and put into refrigerator. Unwrap second roll of cold dough.Repeat process, cutting out a 6-inch circle and a 5.5-inch circle.Transfer to second cookie sheet bake both sheets 10 to 14 minutes.Cookies should be lightly golden brown.Cool then remove cookies and parchment from sheets and let cool completely. 3 4 Continue repeating steps, making 8 more circles, each 1/2 inch smaller in diameter.Reduce baking time as circles get smaller. 5 To assemble tree, secure largest cookie to serving platter with a dab of frosting. Using leaf tip and green icing, pipe leaves around outer edge of cookie.Place a large dab of frosting in center of cookie. Add next biggest cookie and repeat. Continue adding cookies, largest to smallest.With small plain tip, pipe yellow garlands around tree. Use red frosting to add "ornaments." Pipe additional decorations, if you want to.
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