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ISO advice from seasoned cookie bakers and/or crafty types

vvv03 | Nov 28, 201412:09 PM     12

My 11 year old daughter is having a birthday party mid-December in our relatively small apartment and we will likely have around 10 girls over to bake a few different cookie recipes. I am looking for tasty/relatively easy/foolproof recipes and any advice on how you would organize "the line". Meaning, would you have stations where groups of kids do different things, etc.? I am probably crazy to be doing this. I'd love a good cookie cutter or otherwise decorate-able cookie, but I find that many of them taste like drywall. Let me know if you have one that doesn't. Any and all advice/recipes/encouragement very much appreciated!!

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