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Cookie Baking SuppliesMaking cookies may seem like a simple task: mix a few ingredients, pop them in the oven, and you're done! Right? Not so fast. There's a lot more to it than this. After all, you've probably found from experience that your cookies don't turn out quite the way you'd like every time you make them. The solution to many of these problems comes from having the right cookie baking supplies in your kitchen. If you're creating cookies that are designed to be shaped with cookie cutters, you'll need to roll out your dough before cutting. This can often be difficult to do. Here, on our website, you can purchase the Cookie Thing, which is a unique cookie rolling pin that allows you to quickly and easily roll out perfect cookie dough. You have to try it! You might think it's impossible to prevent browning or burning on the underneath of your cookies. Well, this is not the case. The problem is usually that you're using a dark-colored cookie sheet. Instead of using this type of pan, you should alternatively use a heavy-gauge sheet that is made of sturdy metal. This will help the cookies heat to the right temperature, evenly. One of many most frequent cookie problems is dough dryness, which often contributes to either crumbly cookies or cookies that are hard and poorly textured, unpleasant to eat. You can prevent this problem very easily by making sure that you don't add more flour over and above the amount the recipe calls for. Of course, in order to do this, you need to make sure you measure out your flour vigilantly. Let your oven heat to the appropriate temperature throughout before you place your cookies inside, as this will help to prevent uneven baking of your cookies. Your oven may say it is heated to the correct temperature, but that does not indicate that the center of the oven has reached that temperature. Ensure that you also position your cookie sheets in the middle of the oven, maybe not too near to the sides. This will help the warmth make the cookies evenly across your sheets. You may find that you need to use an oven thermometer to fully gauge the temperature in your oven. This is another one of many cookie baking supplies that can prove helpful when baking.