8 Go-To Resources About how to tell when sugar cookies are done
If you think you have cookies on your hands, but you’re not quite certain if they’re done, you can read the labels on your store bought cookies to figure out if the cookies are done.
The best way to tell is to look at the outside of the cookie. If the outside is still a little bit crunchy, its done, but if the outside is still a little bit crunchy, its not done yet.
Sugar cookies aren’t really that hard to tell. You just have to look at them. You can always check to see if there’s any crumbs or sugar in the cookie before you bake it.
Well, we went to the store and bought them. They all look perfect.
The crumb test is not the only way to tell. When you open a cookie, they have a tiny hole in them. So if you look at it carefully, you can see if it’s still warm while you still have it in your hand. So if the cookie is still crunchy, it’s done, but if you still have a tiny piece of cookie in your hand, then that cookie isnt done yet.
I have a few different ways of telling if a cookie is still warm. One is to look at the edge of the cutest cookie you’ve ever seen. This doesn’t always work, just as it seems that theres no way of telling if a cookie is still warm without just checking the edge of the cutest cookie you’ve ever seen. Another way to tell is to look at the “gloss” on the cookie.
It is pretty easy to tell if a cookie is really hot, but it is much easier to tell if the cookie is actually cold and the cookie has actually been hot for a while. As with all the other things, most people know this one. Because even though Ive been baking cookies all day, sometimes I get surprised by how cold they taste when just a few bites of cookies is enough to turn the heat up to a blazing hot, hot day.
My favorite thing about baking cookies is that even though it takes a lot of time (and energy and attention), it is also a lot of fun. It also makes me feel like I can eat a cookie without feeling like I’m eating a meal.