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Pokeball cut cookies failed because the two colored dough fell apart after baking.  I had to use melted dark chocolate to glue them, which worked beautifully and tasted great.  However I want to do one more batch of nicer cookies for the second birthday party.  I want something uniform and super quick to cut and bake.  I then reach out for this cute wooden baking box that I bought for quite some time, but never used.  The box is often seen to make cranberry log cookies / log cookies with nuts.

I asked myself why not make a pressed cookie to ensure the red and white dough stay together.  This is the best opportunity to try out my little wooden box.

Going from a round circle to a square cookie, I think I like them both a lot.

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Three days before the birthday party, it’s time to really get the baking started.  Cookies can be kept fresh longer than cakes, so I targeted to have all the cookies baked a few days before the party.  If I didn’t tell you the whole story, you might think these cookies look pretty good and they were originally planned this way.  But the story is longer, and involved some failures.

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The smaller pokeballs are so cute and so easy to make.  Just dip halve of a red candy melt into white candy melt and let dry.  I used chocolate to draw the line and middle.  They were to decorate the birthday cakes.

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