Cookie Storage Containers

Cookie Storage Containers

Food storage can take many different forms, depending on how much and what kinds of food you are keeping fresh. Will it be refrigerated, frozen, or kept out? Food, drinks or ingredients? Would you like it out for display? Plastic and glass food storage containers are usually appropriate for leftovers, while jars and canisters are great for countertop food and ingredient storage. Our collection of food storage products is second to none. Here, you’ll find everything you need, from beautiful countertop solutions for dry goods to products for storing Fido’s kibbles. All of our food storage containers are BPA-free.
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Cookie Storage Containers

6 of 10 Packaging Idea: Mix-and-Match Cookie Tins A mixed tin is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. Line the bottom and sides of a square or rectangular airtight tin with corrugated paper. Fold short lengths in half for dividers. Envelop your cookies in tissue paper, buffer them with corrugated paper tubes, or protect them using accordion-folds of paper. You can also tie a stack of cookies with baker’s twine. Learn More
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Cookie Storage Containers

Many of the materials for making cookie gift packages are probably already in your home — ribbon, paper bags, a cardboard oatmeal container. Keep in mind how much room your cookies will take up in whatever container you select — and how much filler you will need to cushion them, depending on how you plan to deliver the gift.
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Cookie Storage Containers

I know it is Christmas season, but with all of the Cookie Exchanges and other gatherings where I’m to bring a dessert, I had to buy me something! This worked great to carry my cookies with me and then display them in a cute way. This will definitely be a gift I’ll be purchasing for others who I know would benefit greatly from this. I love it and so will you!
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Cookie Storage Containers

4 of 10 Packaging Cookies Many of the materials for making cookie gift packages are probably already in your home — ribbon, paper bags, a cardboard oatmeal container. Keep in mind how much room your cookies will take up in whatever container you select — and how much filler you will need to cushion them, depending on how you plan to deliver the gift.
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Cookie Storage Containers

7 of 10 Packaging Idea: Kitchen Molds Kitchen molds make attractive gift containers, and they serve the recipient well long after the cookies are eaten. Here, pudding molds lined with parchment make excellent vessels for soft cookies.
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Cookie Storage Containers

Kitchen molds make attractive gift containers, and they serve the recipient well long after the cookies are eaten. Here, pudding molds lined with parchment make excellent vessels for soft cookies.

Cookie Storage Containers

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