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Do you have any Christmas cookie recipes that use potatoes?
Potatoes? In holiday cookies? You bet! The potatoes help keep the cookies soft and tender for several days at room temperature. Break out the sprinkles and frosting and recruit the kids to help decorate.
For the Glaze:
To keep the cookies as consistent in size as possible, use cookie scoops of the right size. For large cookies, use a 2 oz (¼ cup scoop). For smaller cookies, use a 1 oz (2 tablespoon) scoop.
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