Homemade Cookie Pouches

October 01, 2013
Turn a batch of cookies into almost-too-good-to-eat party favors, single-serve treats to pass out at school, or a unique way to say happy holidays to the neighbors. These cookie pouches are a snap to make, and you can protect them with a Green Limited Edition Ziploc® brand Holiday Container to keep your homemade goodies from getting squished to smithereens


Materials 

  • Cardstock paper 
  • Scissors 
  • Tape 
  • Wax paper 
  • Ribbon

Directions

  • 1 Cut 4 circles about 3 inches in diameter from the cardstock paper. You can trace a coffee can or cup for an even circle.
  • 2 Fold the circles in half, and unfold them to create a crease. Then, arrange the 2 folded circles on the left and right so they face each other, with the flat edges facing out. Next, arrange the remaining 2 circles on the top and bottom to form a square. Seal with a piece of tape.
  • 3 Cut a square of wax paper measuring 3” x 3” and place inside the square. Then, place your cookie on top and fold the 4 flaps over it.
  • 4 Seal with a piece of tape, and decorate with ribbon.
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Homemade-Cookie-Pouches-Ziploc-Brand


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