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14 Chrissie Bikkie Baking Hacks

Between shopping for gifts and entertaining guests, the most wonderful time of the year can get pretty stressful.

2. Spice up pre-made dough
2. Spice up pre-made dough
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Using store-bought cookie dough to make Christmas cookies isn’t cheating if you add a personal touch.

Take pre-made sugar cookie dough and let it soften.

Then, sprinkle in any flavour you’re craving: cinnamon, orange zest, almond extract, vanilla extract, nuts, pure peppermint extract, white chocolate chips, butterscotch chips.

Your guests will never know the difference.



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