Cookie Cutters Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of cookie cutters at Christmas time. Dough has been rolled out with a rolling pin for the cutters to make shapes in.

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elijah13
Dec 6, 2016
Used to make Christmas cookies, but no more. Quick puzzle.
trynfindit
Dec 10, 2016
How come?
CatLadyOKC
Dec 10, 2016
I don't make cookies either, to much sugar & can't eat them....if they are in the house I'll eat them....
elijah13
Dec 11, 2016
Only one to eat them and I don't need them. Regular cookies that I bake that come in a package are fine for me.
toadalove
Mar 4, 2015
Fun!
seaview
Jan 2, 2015
Used to make sugar cookies mostly cut out with cookie cutters when all my kids were at home but it was time consuming & preferred the drop cookies as a lot faster. Don't do it anymore as I cant see all the time for just myself & used to have a lot of kids at home when I did make them.
theclingens
Dec 19, 2014
Well this is what I am suppose to do today but I have a torn rotter cuff (right shoulder). So easier to work this puzzle. It hurts to stir, my left arm is already sore from working it too much. But I know I will cave in by the end of the day and getter done! I will have surgery in April cause Jan we leave for Alabama for a few months. Would rather hurt in warmth and sunshine. Have a good one! God is so good! I am from Michigan, sunny today but snow is a coming!
Annie1749
Dec 21, 2014
Glad to see a fellow Michiganian on this site. Where about are you? I'm in the southeast part, not too far from Detroit. Merry Christmas.
theclingens
Dec 26, 2014
I am in a tiny town called Casnovia about 30 min north of Grand rapids.
kjd3682
Dec 19, 2014
Yum!! But the only coookies I'm baking this year are doggie treats! I have 7 dog friends that love their treats!! Woof, woof. ;-)
pixipixil
Dec 19, 2014
Do you run a kennel? My husband used to toy with the idea of running a dog obedience training school in his retirement. We have no dogs now.
KNadineM
Dec 19, 2014
Are you going to use cookie cutters to shape them? That would be so cute for them.
Jingles
Dec 19, 2014
Would you mind posting your recipe? It wouldn't make any differences if you shaped them or not. If your dogs are like mine they wolf it down so fast they don't care what it looks like.
goof1953
Dec 19, 2014
I would like to have the recipe. My dog just loves the "treats".
kjd3682
Dec 20, 2014
Pixipixil, I don't run a kennel, it only feels like that sometimes. 1 dog, 3 cats, 2 parakeets and 1 Betta; The dogs I'm baking for are 'furrkids' of my friends (and mine too of course, she sits in the kitchen while they're baking! )
KnadineM, Yes, I'm using cookie cutters; so far have use candy canes, Christmas trees and gingerbread men; I made a double batch so tomorrow's choices will be Stars, Angels and Santa's boot;
kjd3682
Dec 20, 2014
Jingles and goof1953, here you go!

Must honor copyright: this recipe comes from The Doggy Bone Cookbook by Michele Bledsoe;

Peamutt Butter treats

2 tablespoons corn oil
1/2 Cup creamy peanut butter
1 Cup water
1 Cup Whole Wheat flour
2 Cups white four

Preheat oven to 350 Fahrenheit. Combine oil, PB and water; Add flour 1 cup at a time, then knead into firm dough; Roll to 1/4" thickness, cut with cookie cutter; Place on ungreased cookie sheet, baking for 20 minutes; Makes about 2 dozen treats, depending on size of cookie.

A few notes: I substitute 2 Tblsp apple sauce for the oil. One dog is allergic to corn, and it makes for a bit less fat overall; and watch the time, they can go from 'crisp done' to burnt quickly; Also, these do not have preservatives, so if you prefer a chewier cookie (for those older doggies) keep then stored in the fridge. Otherwise, bake them to 'crisp done' (I can 'knock' on them) and they'll last just fine in the pantry.
KNadineM
Dec 20, 2014
Cool!
goof1953
Dec 20, 2014
Thank you so much. I will have to try these. Maybe for a Christmas treat for a very dear friend. Woof, woof. Have a very Merry Christmas.
manatee
Dec 22, 2014
Thanks so much for the recipe. I work at an animal shelter, over a hundred dogs and they'll like even my cooking.
kjd3682
Dec 23, 2014
Just finished bagging them all up for everyone. My Polly watched VERY closely! She gives them "two paws" up!! Though she's not sure why any have to leave the house!
micki
Dec 22, 2014
A neat puzzle. Don't bake now...hah, I really never did, but do enjoy the Christmas puzzles. Especially the colorful, close-up ones.
jozeey
Dec 19, 2014
I made cut out cookies with my special needs class this week. We had a great time!!!
trynfindit
Dec 19, 2014
Good for you jozeey. Merry Christmas to you and yours, and to your class.
CatLadyOKC
Dec 19, 2014
Our daughter teaches special needs classes here at the high school level, she loves it, even on the days that are a challenge.
trynfindit
Dec 20, 2014
It takes special and wonderful people to perform such work. May God bless them all.
misty76leigh
Dec 20, 2014
:)
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