One question I get asked all the time is, "How do you ship cookies?"
Most of the time I answer, "Very carefully!"
Oddly, people fail to see the humor in that.
But I think I am ready to share with you how I ship cookies, most of the time.
This works for me because I often do round or square cookies. If you are baking cookies with small apendages or delicate arms and legs, I highly recommend using Bridgets method.
The reason I use this particular format is this.
Um, yes. Yes I will.
When I walked into UPS carrying the precious cookie cargo, I explained in great (and annoying) detail how each and every cookie must arrive in mint condition and there was no room for error.
This is what they did. (interpretted by me)
Supplies I use. (Not pictured: packing popcorn. My sweet post office guy always gives me some.)
First I started out by wrapping each cookie in parchment paper. I them placed it in their own bag. I often double up the cookies to save room and matericals.
To double up just place cookies back to back and wrap parchment around.
Place cookies in some type of bag. I got these from my local hobby store.
I have found that the glaze icing I use can end up sticking to the bags if I do not use the parchment around them. And having someone recieve schmooshed cookies is not good.
They wrapped each cookie package in bubble wrap. So I wrap each cookie in bubble wrap.
They filled up a bigger then you would think you would need box with packing popcorn.
They placed the cookies in the box sporadically, filling in between with more popcorn.
They closed the box and sent me on my way trying to not laugh in my face for being so freaked out about cookies.
I also try to include a picture of the completed cookies in the box so the recipient knows exactly what they are reciveing!
(totally forgot with this particular order)
This was a science themed party for sweet Nicholas who is turning two. The invite said, "Our Little Monster is turning two." Ha! Love that.
I think that about covers it! If you have any questions, please feel free to leave them on this post, and I will go ahead and answer them right here. :)