Sturdy Tin Cookie Cutters

From Vermont

Each cookie cutter comes with a recipe card to make the perfect dough for rolling, cutting, and baking. Includes an easy-to-make icing recipe, too.

Now that summer is officially here, baking cookies is not at the top of most people’s “to do” list. After all, who wants to turn on the oven in the middle of a heat wave?

Our timing might not be the best to announce a new line of cookie cutters, but they are selling like hotcakes in our retail store. People just can’t resist the unique shapes and artful recipe cards that are tied to each shiny metal cutter.

Of course, these tin tools can be used in many more ways than with cookie dough. How about cutting shapes out of watermelon slices? Or try this: put a cutter on a small plate, fill the cutter with pudding, pop it in the freezer until firm, then remove cutter for a cool dessert. Cookie cutters are also wonderful to have on hand for rainy day arts and crafts projects.

With dozens of shapes to choose from, most customers buy several. In the short time we’ve had them in the store, our best-sellers are the butterfly, the lobster, the moose, the fish, the train, the squirrel, and the bee hive. When the cooler weather arrives we suspect there will be lots of cookie baking happening!

Create a buzz with cookies in the shape of a beehive.

Chocolate moose cookies are a favorite to make and eat.

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When we started New England Everyday Goods in 2010, we never would have guessed that Maple Syrup would become our top-selling product line. Although there are countless places in the Northeast to purchase pure maple products, people from near and far come to us for our sweet selection.

In New England maple sugaring season is limited to just a few weeks in late winter to early spring when temperatures begin to warm and the sap begins to flow in the sugar maple trees. On average, 40 gallons of clear, water-like sap are boiled down to produce one gallon of rich amber-colored maple syrup.

Packaged in a variety of glass bottles and traditional plastic jugs, we always stock the two most-popular grades of syrup: Grade A Medium Amber and Grade A Very Dark Amber (also known as Grade B). Whichever you choose, you’re assured of a 100% pure, naturally delicious treat.