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Greek Wedding Cookies ... how to package for wedding

Rinahen | Sep 4, 201607:24 AM     6

We are planning on giving kourambiethes (greek wedding cookies) as wedding favors for our daughters wedding that is coming up in two weeks. Here is the problem. We live in Florida but the wedding is in North Carolina. We were planning on making them before we leave Florida. Should we package them prior to leaving (we are using a white 4 x 4 x 3 white box). Worried with the 13 hour drive, they would move, shift and break. Really won’t have access to a kitchen up there so would prefer to make here before we leave. Can you make the actual cookie and then sugar them later or do they have to be sugared while warm (to stick). If we sugar here, and then resugar lightly once we get there … would that work? My idea was to lay some tissue paper in the box, place maybe four cookies in cupcake liners in the box (2 and then stack another two on top)… would that work? Help! Need your expert ideas!

Rina Henderson

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