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Table of Contents:
- Why are my cookies so doughy?
- Can I put undercooked cookies back in the oven?
- How do you know if sugar cookies are undercooked?
- Are sugar cookies supposed to be soft when they come out of the oven?
- Do you put sprinkles on cookies before baking?
Why are my cookies so doughy?
Doughy cookies may be the result of under baking, which prevents enough moisture from evaporating off. If you find the edges of your cookies are fully cooked but the center is still too doughy, reduce the baking temperature and increase the baking time.
Can I put undercooked cookies back in the oven?
Cookies bake quickly — usually within 8 to 10 minutes — but sometimes it's hard to tell when they're baked through. ... You can always return cookies to the oven if they need a few more minutes. You can even rebake cookies long after they're cool to restore crispness or freshness.
How do you know if sugar cookies are undercooked?
The undercooked cookie only has the cracks around the perimeter. Wait to pull the cookies out of the oven until you see those fine cracks in the center. If you wait until the cookie changes color, you've waited too long.
Are sugar cookies supposed to be soft when they come out of the oven?
Recipes for sugar cookie cutouts often call for baking until the edges are firm or set. If that's the case with your recipe, your sugar cookies should be set (not brown) and no longer appear soft and melty.
Do you put sprinkles on cookies before baking?
If you want to add sprinkles to cookies, cupcakes, breads, or cakes before baking, that is totally and completely ok. Add sprinkles to the tops of these baked goods right before they go into the oven. Adding sprinkles to “wet” batter is the only way to get them to stick without an additional “glue” like frosting.
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