A COOKING guru is sharing her tip that promises to use every last bit of Christmas cookie dough so none gets wasted.
The process also helps prevent people from making an awkwardly-shaped cookie out of leftover dough they can't fit in a cookie mold.
The cooking fanatic, named Sarah Wohlner, shared her trick to her nearly 600,000 followers on TikTok.
“I found this out way too late in life,” she admitted at the beginning of her video.
“If you ever use a cookie cutter and have scraps from the edge pieces, just put them back inside the cookie mold and press down,” she instructed, as she carried out her strategy for her followers.
This process comes in handy when there is not enough dough to roll out and press the cutter into as normal.
“It’s the best and easiest way to use up all the cookie dough without having a random misshapen blob on your baking sheet,” Sarah explained.
“If you do have thumbprints like mine, just flip it and it’s good as new,” she added.
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When she finished, Sarah was left with an extra cookie that was shaped just as perfectly as the rest of them.
The tip was a hit among her followers and came just in time for those baking cookies for Christmas.
There are plenty of other TikTokers also sharing their Christmas tips, tricks, and advice in hopes of making the holiday a tad bit easier for anyone who could use some guidance.
For instance, one gift-wrapping expert showed followers exactly how to wrap a present with only one piece of tape.
Another TikToker shared how she recycles food tins and boxes to make festive Christmas cookie holders that will help keep them fresh longer.
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