Six Holiday Baking Tips

Holiday baking is a tradition for many. These tips and tricks will help the process go smoothly and efficiently so you can spend more time with loved ones and less time in the kitchen!

1. Plan it out!
Make a list of everything you want to bake and all the ingredients you’ll need.  This will ensure you won’t need to make any frantic trips to the grocery store for forgotten supplies.

2. Don’t forget Parchment Paper.
Parchment paper makes cookie baking a breeze. It really cuts down on your clean up time!

3. Make measurements precise.
Cooking can be done by eye, but baking should be done by measurement. Be sure to measure things like flour properly. Sweep off excess flour from the top of the measuring cup with a knife. Accurate measurements will ensure your sweets are perfectly delicious!

4. Don’t crowd the oven!
Pans shouldn’t touch each other or the sides of the oven.  This can alter your baking times!

5. Chill Out.
It’s tempting to take cookie dough directly from the mixer to the oven, but resist! A little trick is to chill the dough before you bake, just 20 minutes in the freezer or an hour in the fridge. This helps the dough rise.

6. Use the best ingredients.
The best cookies and cakes come from the best ingredients! This might seem like a no-brainer, but finding the best and freshest ingredients will make an impact on the overall flavor of the delicious dessert.

Thumb Print Cookies

What are your favorite holiday baking tips? Share in the comments!

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