Paint the box or wrap it in wrapping paper. It's typically brown or white, depending on the brand. notes Molly Hanson, executive pastry chef, Grill 23 & Bar in Boston, Massachusetts. Unlike wax paper, parchment paper was made for the heat and is covered in a silicone coating that creates a nonstick surface. Oh, because it makes removing your brownies from the pan a cinch, and makes clean-up quicker too. Start by removing the box’s teeth with scissors or a utility knife. For an extra time saver, prepare another batch on a second sheet of parchment while the first batch is baking so it's ready to go when the first batch is done. Make sure to wrap stacked bar cookies carefully to prevent the parchment paper from slipping out. (If the packaging is creative, who will even notice if the cookies aren’t home… It’s simple really: pretty presentation. Line your cookie sheets with parchment paper, ensuring the parchment paper doesn’t hang over the edges of the pan and does not touch the oven wall. Cookies are the first thought, but pies and cakes take especially well to freezing. 1 - instead of wax paper or parchment, I've rolled cookie dough, biscuits, pie crust, etc, between 2 layers of plastic wrap for decades - just lift & reapply the plastic wrap every few rolls - for sticky dough, it works sooooo much better!! The trick not only works for brownies and bars, but cakes and cookies, too. Place a lining of waxed paper in the box, then fill with cookies. Set aside to cool completely. It’s the perfect size for holding a sleeve of small cookies. Mix the dough, then spread into a parchment-lined 9×13-inch baking dish. Wrap your cookies first in parchment or wax paper, and, for a splash of color, use Washi tape instead of regular Scotch tape. Make and bake White Chocolate Cranberry Bar Cookies. Roll the just-baked cookies in the powdered sugar mixture, and then into the decorating sugar. "Line all your pans with parchment paper!" You don’t have to be a master baker to invent a thoughtful food gift. Wrapping cookies in pairs before putting them in a box solves the major problem of a box as shipping vehicle: chaos. 30-mar-2014 - What’s the secret to gifting a batch of baked goods? Forget the fancy gift-wrap: Pretty news wrap from a colorful section of a printed paper is just as nice (not to mention affordable and eco-friendly). This protects the paper from burning. Why, you inquire? To minimize breakage, wrap only 4-6 cookies together in each bundle.Non-bar cookies should be arranged in the bags in 1-2 layers, but you won’t need to use parchment paper to separate them unless they are particularly soft. Food gifts are always a favorite, and beautiful packaging makes them so fun! Increase oven temperature to 350°F once these cookies are out of the oven. When you finish a roll of plastic wrap, aluminum foil or parchment paper, save the box! A moisture-resistant and grease-resistant paper that is treated for oven use, parchment paper is more versatile than wax paper because it was made for heat.