Posts Tagged ‘camouflage’

Sunday March 9
What am I doing with the 3 odd wads of dough, I asked on the bakery Facebook page???
3 dough remnants
Blended doughs
Blended doughs
I finished up baking for a few orders today and decided to ‘play’ with some of the left over dough.  There were  small lumps of basic sugar cookie , cocoa sugar cookie and gingerbread doughs remaining from the day’s baking.  Rather than form each into disks for me to eat ( baker benefits) I began to blend the doughs then roll them out and realized a camouflage look was materializing before my eyes.   What would I do with camouflage cookie dough!  Why would I camouflage a cookie?? !!
We love to send our sweet treats in Cookie Care Packages to our deployed military members and I have wanted to make a cookie that  loosely looks military, to add to our ‘military’ collection of cookies.  Presently we offer the USA Jammie heart, it resembles a flag within the heart and features blueberry as well as strawberry jams.
I think I’m pleased.    All natural, no preservatives or food coloring, just a pure sweet treat with lots of love for our Guys and Gals far from home.

cami jams 004

cami jams 007

ready for the oven

cami jams 010In honor of George Washington this jammie has Cherry Jam between the ‘camo’ layers .  I figured I could check off the American and Military boxes with that yummy jam snuggled in.
I’ll add them into the bakery Etsy shop in the Military Care Package Section.
Warning:  Strictly for eating do not try to camouflage yourself with these sugary delights!
So did you think that was what I was doing on this  3 dough night?
Until we next eat, ah meet.  Mangia!

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