There are many good reasons for sending cookies through the mail. ... or FedEx,
or to send them as Priority or Express mail through your local post office. ... Once
you've baked your cookies, you should let them cool for a while to get rid of any ...
Nov 2, 2011 ... Bar, drop or dried fruit cookies can withstand mailing the best. ... Allow enough
time so your package won't be left sitting in a post office or mailroom over a ... My
Grandmother always mailed homemade cookies to all her ...
Nov 1, 2012 ... Packaging and Shipping your Cookies for the Food Blogger Cookie Swap ...
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Expert packing and shipping advice to guarantee your holiday cookies and
baked goods will arrive intact.
Nov 29, 2010 ... Here are the tips you need to know to ship your baked goods and have ... Mail at
Your Own Risk: "One of my favorite cookies I would never ... advises James
Wigdel, spokesperson for the U.S. Postal Service in San Francisco.
Nothing says “happy holidays” like a batch of freshly baked cookies. ... If you're
mailing both crisp and chewy cookies, be sure to keep them separated, as the ...
... food for holiday shipping from UPS, including effective packing tips for cookies,
... dimensions of your package, plus the origin and destination postal codes.
Jul 18, 2010 ... I want to send some homemade brownies to my friend living in another state. ... I
put into the making of the cookies and not to mention the cost to mail. ... I forgot to
mention--the USPS flat rate boxes are the cheapest way to go.
Dec 13, 2012 ... Contain The Crumbs: You're bound to get a few crumbs and cracked cookies
even when mailing a batch of sturdy, well-chosen baked goods.
Nov 24, 2010 ... Mailing bread wasn't something we thought possible, but the delicious loaves ...
so you can get to the post office soon after the bread has baked and cooled. ...
But, last year I received two boxes of cookies from a firend in MN.