Bacon Cranberry Shortbread Cookies

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My kids love the fall season because they know it’s the beginning of cookie season in our home! With little hands at work with me in the kitchen I often search for things to make our fun time easier, hassle free if you will! Lucky for us Reynolds has created pre-cut baking sheets!!! It’s seriously baking made easy, if you ask me!

There are 22 pre-cut sheets in a box and they don’t roll back up because they’re folded and pre- measured to fit standard baking pans.

I don’t know about you but trying to measure and cut parchment paper just isn’t a skill I have. I’ve cut myself trying to get the perfect size for my pan and have wasted enough parchment paper for endless baking!

The sheets claim to be non-stick, easy clean up, and oven safe up to 450F degrees. I put them to the test with my Bacon Cranberry Shortbread Cookies.

I didn’t fight with my parchment paper trying to keep it down while placing my cookie dough down. I was already happy with the sheets fitting my pan so not fighting for the parchment  roll-ups was awesome or baking made easy! I was completely satisfied with the sheets and I think you will too!

These Reynolds Cookie Baking Sheets sheets are available at Walmart and are only $3.48

So stop fighting with your parchment paper and try these! Give up the days where measuring, cutting, and curling parchment paper WERE part of the baking! These babies lay FLAT!!!

And if you’re wondering about my Shortbread cookies they came out delicious! Find the recipe below.

Makes about 20 medium sized cookies.


-2 sticks of unsalted butter – room temp
-2 cups of all purpose flour
-1/2 tsp vanilla extract
-1 cup of confectioners sugar
-1/2 cup of fine chopped bacon
-1/2 cup fine chopped dried cranberries

Directions: Blend at low speed or in small increments. Do not over blend.
1- Blend your room temperature butter until smooth.
2- Add and blend sifted powder sugar and flour to your butter. Try dividing into 1/4’s
3- Add vanilla and continue to blend
4- Add bacon and blend
5-  Add cranberries and blend again You want your consistency to be dough-like
6- Place your dough on a piece of clear wrap and roll out into a log.
7- Chill for at least 1hour before baking
8- Removed chilled dough from refrigerator and cut into desired cookie. About 1/2 inch work best.
9- Place on a Baking sheet lined with a Reynolds cookie baking sheet and Bake at 325F degrees for about 20 mins or until golden around the edges.
10-Remove from baking sheet onto a cooling rack and enjoy!

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